The divine king has issued his supreme command. Hebrew males, age two years or younger, must die. Jochebed, a young mother of sons who stand in harm's way, desperately searches for a way to save her children. Her father tells ancient legends about a powerful god who watches over his people. Is there a god who watches over an oppressed people? If so, where is he? Why doesn't he act to save the children? This young mother's journey through terror, doubt, grief, and betrayal reveals a God who not only sees her plight but also has a plan. The awesome plan is so big it reaches far beyond Jochebed's own struggles. The God who sees is able to take one desperate life and bless countless millions of people yet to be born. Phyllis Ryser, a graduate of Abilene Christian University and Texas A&M University Commerce, is a life long student of the Bible. She lives with her husband, Wayne, near Honey Grove, Texas.