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debwilsonSummerfield, FLAge: 18-24Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5September 24, 2013debwilsonSummerfield, FLAge: 18-24Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Rebecca Solomon is a former Israeli soldier turned archaeologist. She is currently leading her team deep into the heart of the Ethiopian desert, desperately trying to find the remains of the Ark of the Covenant. Such a discovery would bring hope in the hearts of her people, and give them something to hold onto in the midst of their trials and suffering. It's discovery would show the Jewish people that He truly looks out for His Own, and truly cared about their well being and future. But Rebecca finds that her expedition brings not only danger, but a discovery that will change everything.
She doesn't realize quite how dangerous, until confronted with Ismael; sent by the Islamic fundamentalist on a mission to stop her at any cost. The greatest fear of the people that sent Ishmael is that the discovery of the Ark will compel the Jewish people to rebuilt Solomon's temple - right where their holy mosque in Jerusalem resides. Political and religious animosity that is centuries old comes to the forefront, and it is a race against time for both Rebecca and Ismael to accomplish what they set out to do. Who is to say either of them is right or wrong? Both take what they believe very seriously, and neither of them is returning home without their prize. Will they man Rebecca seeks shed some light into the future? Or will Ishmael succeed and take the assurance of a future from the Jewish people?
This was a heart stopping novel that was absolutely explosive from the very beginning. I honestly do not care for stories about the constant troubles of the Middle East, in particular, the fight over Jerusalem. But this novel put my perspective on a whole new plane, and I've got to admit I was spellbound all the way through. What kept me glued to my seat through the book was the constant struggles from all three of the main characters. With one beautiful Jewish girl, one militant Muslim, and one desperate Christian - it was completely up in the air what would happen and how it was going to end. I was very impressed by this novel.
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Dawn bROWN5 Stars Out Of 5February 13, 2009Dawn bROWNWhat a great follow up to The Blessed Child. Can you imagine what an impact we would have on this world, how God could pour Himself out through us so much more-if only we would truly believe & fix our eyes upon Him completely & surrender our whole selves to Him? May He help me to put into action what He has been challenging my heart to do. Great book!!!!
Lona S Buggs3 Stars Out Of 5September 7, 2008Lona S BuggsThis was a well written book where the characters come to life and you dwell in that life. On that note it was really too dark for me. I enjoyed the light of Blessed Child and when I went to Blessed Man as a woman I struggled in my spirit to be that intimate with the dark characters.
Frances Hoover5 Stars Out Of 5July 17, 2008Frances HooverA great book, and the power is available to everyone. Just ask our Abba Father. Truly, if we seek first the kingdom of God and righteousness all these things will be added. A terrific, awesome blessing. Thank you. FH
Karen Pierce5 Stars Out Of 5July 15, 2007Karen PierceEXCELLENT book! Incredible story dramatizing how pure and powerful a childlike faith is when it is unadulterated by the influence of the world and how quickly and imperceptibly the world's impact can strip us of the complete power of God. WELL worth reading for anyone living in this world.