The story of the Babylonian Captivity of the Jews continues in the second book of the Empire of Gold series. The Prophet Jeremiah strives to warn the people of Judah about the coming invasion and their exile to Babylonia, but King Josiah is dead and the people trust in Egypt.
The Empire of Gold series unveils the epic saga of the the Babylonian Captivity of the Jews. The lives and deeds of Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel mix with those of the legendary Nebuchadnezzar, Cyrus the Great and the pharaohs of old as world war erupts. Foundations covers the years of 628 to 610 BC, and the Bible comes to life in non-stop action. Who said history is boring?
Book 3 in the Captivity Series finds Daniel and his friends serving the King of Babylon in his palace. The king can't sleep and Daniel has the soluntion...he interprets the king's distrubing dream endearing himself and his friends to the ruler. Daniel's new life begins now as one of the king's magi, a young man coming into his power and authority, but he gives the glory to his God.
When a wealthy recluse invites some friends to visit, he sends his helicopter to transport them to his home. But his visitors are puzzled by the strange behaviour of the helicopter pilot. The man claims to have been one of a group of people who underwent a time travel experience. The time traveller, it seems, is the subject of Biblical prophet Ezekiel’s famous vision of ‘wheels within wheels’.
Captured from Jerusalem as a teenager and taken to a foreign country teeming with wealth and hedonism, whose king thinks he is a god, Daniel has a choice. Will he cling to his Hebrew belief in one omniscient God, or acquiesce to his captors? This choice haunts Daniel through his 70 years of serving in the kings' courts. When finally released, will he still want to go home to Jerusalem?
The Book of Daniel tells the story of one of the greatest Bible Characters ever; Daniel interpreted dreams of kings, faced lions, and led his life like there was no tomorrow. This book takes you back in time and retells the Book of Daniel as historical fiction.
This book is a reimagined version of the classic Biblical tale. It gives new energy and life to the story and will help give a new appre
The stories in this book illustrate the relationship between attitudes and actions. Each character is tagged with a description of his basic life attitude. The story then tells how this worked out in life. The characters are Gullible Eve, Foolish Lot, Greedy Achan, Rebellious Samson, and Conceited Nebuchadnezzar. Warned for a Purpose is appropriate for families and individuals age 12 and older.
An orphaned Hebrew princess disguises herself as an exiled peasant. A Babylonian slave chooses between the courage that could save her and despair over the love she has lost. A sorceress discovers the truth behind the origins of her dark power. The consequences of the masters they choose will reverberate through generations.
What would Prophet Jeremiah tell us if he could talk to us today from his tent in Egypt? What would he say about how he became a prophet? why he got into so much trouble with the authorities? about his people carried off as captives? how he came to be living there in Egypt? Read here, in first-person style, what this prophet has to say about these and other adventures.