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Faith of My Fathers (Chronicles of the Kings Book #4) - cover

Faith of My Fathers (Chronicles of the Kings Book #4)

Lynn Austin

Publisher: Bethany House Publishers

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Memorable Bible-Era Fiction From Award-Winning AuthorKing Manaseh and his friend Joshua were nurtured together in the faith of their godly fathers.  but anger toward God smolders in Manasseh's heart after his father's unexpected death, and his insecurity makes him easy prey for the false claims of sorcery and divination.When Joshua stands up for the truth, the battle lines are drawn, and Joshua must flee his life of privilege.  Unable to understand why his boyhood friend has turned against him, and why he must stand alone in the face of such opposition, Joshua comes perilously close to losing his faith.Can Joshua rescue the faithful remnant from Manasseh's persecution?  Has it all gone too far..or will he rediscover his father's God?Faith of My Fathers is a riveting story of intrigue, deception, danger, and suspense.
Available since: 02/01/2006.

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