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by Bodie Thoene

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  • ISBN 0842375384
  • ISBN13 978-0842375382
  • Language English
  • Author Bodie Thoene
  • Publisher Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.; Reprint edition (June 1, 2010)
  • Pages 304
  • Formats lrf azw mbr lrf
  • Category Bibles
  • Subcategory Literature and Fiction
  • Size ePub 1692 kb
  • Size Fb2 1908 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 407

The lepers in the Valley of Mak’ob hear rumors that a miracle worker is walking the earth. Ten are chosen to search for him, knowing that outside the Valley lies almost certain death. Could this healer be the Messiah they long for? And will they find him in time? You will be touched by the stories of these broken, weary travelers searching for the Messiah.

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I love all the books in the . Bodie and Brock Thoene are master story tellers, and this book is a wonderful retelling/resetting of the Prodigal Son story.

Only 17 left in stock (more on the way). Only 8 left in stock (more on the way). I love all the books in the . Rich with the elements of pride, anger, regret, and finally forgiveness, the son is reunited with the father he finally realizes really loves him more than he ever knew.

Bodie (born 1951) and Brock Thoene (born 1952; pronounced Tay-nee) are an American . 0 The Little Books of Why. 1 Other novels. Zion Covenant series.

Bodie (born 1951) and Brock Thoene (born 1952; pronounced Tay-nee) are an American husband-and-wife duo of authors. They are the authors of more than 65 works of historical fiction. Eight of their books have won Gold Medallion Awards. Zion Chronicles series. Shiloh Legacy series. Galway Chronicles series.

by Bodie and Brock Thoene Genre: Fiction Release Date: August 2009. The lepers in the valley of Mak'ob hear the rumors-that a miracle worker is walking the earth. Will they find him in time?

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In this bestselling series Bodie and Brock Thoene have thrilled readers with an epic tale chronicling the struggle for the world's holiest and most turbulent city.

Nehemiah, the young son of a Jewish woman, a weaver from Jerusalem, is born and raised among the Jews who didn't return to Jerusalem from the Exile. Educated by Rabbi Kagba, one of the magi present at Jesus' birth thirty years earlier, Nehemiah grows up with the expectation of a soon-coming Messiah. In this bestselling series Bodie and Brock Thoene have thrilled readers with an epic tale chronicling the struggle for the world's holiest and most turbulent city.

Only one hope remains for those in the Valley of Suffering. Going Outside the Valley of Mak'ob is fraught with danger, but for the lepers living and dying there as outcasts, it's the only option left. They must seek the Healer before. They must seek the Healer before the 612 candles of souls in the Valley are extinguished. and grapple with the pain of their own stories and unfulfilled dreams. Twelve-year-old Mikki is on the verge of becoming a man when the dread disease strikes

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Read all twelve - work with the evangelical moments, but inhale the passion story as it applies to everyone - historically - and today.

The background of the 'Library of Solomon' is an easy stretch, the blatant stretch of Israeli Nationalism is problematical, but the story, the characterization of the participants of the Passion story is more than excellent. The historicity is very good, and the writing is more than descriptive.

Kudos to the couple for putting this together, making it work, and making it so very enjoyable.

Read the 12 books!! - then tell me how you feel!!!
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Loved it! This book may be my favorite in the series. It highlights the personal stories of the minyan of lepers that left the Valley of Sorrow in search of Yeshua. Each story is different and unique to the individual it highlights. Each leper was known in this and previous books by a nickname as it applied to them in the Valley, but we find that in their past, they had real human names, faces and family. You will laugh and maybe shed a tear as each story unfolds, and they discover the unthinkable; that they have the dread disease that will separate them from the life and family that they love. There are a few surprises sprinkled within the story lines.

This book is a masterpiece of story-weaving from a great writing duo.
This book has stories in it that I feel should have been before the Tenth Stone book. It would help you to understand how some of the people got to be where they are at in book ten. But if the authors would have done that then the meaning of the ten stones and the ten points in the star would not have been brought out in the last book.

Again this is a good book to read. I have not finished it yet and I am hoping that the end will draw all the books together somehow. This series is a good for parents that want something for their child to read that's not filled with graphic sex, killing and bad language. I would recommend all of their books for young teenagers to read.
This is another in the A. D. Chronicles. I loved the story itself. Like the rest of this series, it tells stories of people who lived in the time of Jesus, and the stories seem as if they could be real. I find myself thinking that this is how it COULD have been, since the Bible tells us that Jesus did many other things besides what is written about Him. That being said, I could do without the mystic introduction, especially the part about the character of Ethan Golan, a character introduced in another book. He is supposed to be an immortal, based on the sarcastic remark of Jesus to Peter, regarding John. (If I will that he live till I return, what is that to you?) I find this somewhat offensive, but otherwise, I highly recommend this or any of the Thoene series, of which there are many.
I love the Thoene books! There are a.few details with which I do not agree, but the fictional story lines are very engaging. I appreciate the view of Jesus for the most part. I do not agree that He ever became diseased when healing people. The scripture says He said the Satan had nothing in Him. He commanded darkness to leave. He did not accept it in Himself. By His stripes on the cross He bore the effects of sin which was sickness, but not before that.
Love these books and listening to them is a wonderful experience.
I am presently reading this book and am half way through it. I am totally enjoying it. The authors have really developed the charactors to the extent that you feel that you know them. You feel their urgency to find Jesus so that they too can be healed. I am finding the book hard to put down so that I can actually accomplish something around the cleaning, cooking, etc.
If you love Historical fiction, the Theone books are for you. I have every book they have written and treasure every last one but this series is the best! If you've read the Bible and Jesus' stories, you know the Blind man made to see and the cripple made to walk but have you ever wondered who they were and what they were like? these books give you a story (albeit fictional) of these Bible characters and they are phenomenal. I love them!!!!