Isaiah's Daughter Paperback

by Mesu Andrews

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Biblical fiction has always excelled at bringing little-known Bible figures to life, and this tale of Isiah's daughter Ishma is as stirring as they come!

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Isaiah's Daughter

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  • Want Biblical fiction filled with life?
  • This inspiring story tells of one woman's faith and fearlessness
  • Perfect for getting lost in, Isaiah's Daughter is told with passion and insight

See more of the Bible with Isaiah’s Daughter, the new Biblical fiction release from Mesu Andrews, the author of the bestselling Miriam, as well as The Pharoah’s Daughter.

Ishma, just five years old, is sent to live in the home of Isaiah the prophet. Still in shock from seeing her family violently taken away from her and be put to death, Ishma is alone and held in captivity until she finds a new home. The tender care of Isaiah and wife bring new life to the gift. So much so that they even rename her Zibah - the delight of the Lord.

Adapting to this new life, Zibah grows up to play a bigger role in shaping the future of a nation than she could ever have imagined.

Growing into a lively and passionate teenager, Zibah catches the keen eye of Prince Hezekiah. Set on rebuilding his father’s kingdom, Prince Hezekiah, soon after losing his father, gains a wife in Zibah. Suddenly thrown into a world unlike she has ever known, and with the immeasurable weight of childlessness bearing down upon her at all times, Zibah feels once more trapped in her life. With invading armies besieging the land, and a growing illness in her husband, Zibah has only one place to which she can turn. The path set down by the prophesies of her adoptive father, Isaiah.

Turning to Yahweh, Zibah must learn to trust Him completely, and believe in a God who can accomplish the impossible.

Written with great Biblical depth and research, as well as with intricately-drawn characters, Isaiah’s Daughter is a novel to sweep you up, and remind you of the need to trust God in everything.

Isaiah's Daughter by Mesu Andrews was published by Prentice Hall Press in February 2018 and is our 590th best seller. The ISBN for Isaiah's Daughter is 9780735290259.

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Publisher's Description

The Bible jumps to life in this spellbinding narrative drawn from verses in the books of 2 Kings and Isaiah, bringing the troubled kingdoms that followed Solomon's reign into focus and particularly a young woman being raised by the prophet Isaiah.

Ishma, a captive orphan, is as desolate as her name until she's released to the royal prophet Isaiah. Her lively spirit wins Prince Hezekiah's favour, a boy determined to rebuild the kingdom his father has nearly destroyed. Isaiah adopts Ishma, giving her a new name--Zibah, delight of the Lord--thereby ensuring her royal pedigree. When the king dies, Zibah marries Hezekiah, but discovers even a queen feels like a captive when years of disappointment batter her heart. Zibah is still childless when the Assyrian army besieges Jerusalem, and Hezekiah is stricken with a fatal illness.

She turns to the only One who can give life, deliver a nation, and heal her husband. Only Yahweh destroys an army without weapons. Only Yahweh heals a dying man in three days. And only Yahweh gives an orphan queen the son her heart desires.

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Details for Isaiah's Daughter

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherPrentice Hall Press (February 2018)
Number of Pages400
Height210 mm
Width140 mm
Product Code4527402
Page last updated 18th October 2018
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