By J. SerVaas Williams

ABRAHAM AND SARAH is an intricately woven novel taken from genuine biblical and ancient resources, revealing the fullness and richness of religion and love opposed to a tapestry of historical civilizations. Take all that may be gleaned from the vintage narrative of Abraham and Sarah; upload the knowledge of historical and sleek historians; intersplice the wealth of the main up-to-date archaeological proof; and a guy and a girl of amazing skills, truth, and humanness seem.

If Abraham lived in a pagan atmosphere, how did he turn into a guy of serious religion? Who used to be Sarah? Is there any logical reason behind her fabulous attractiveness that charmed and enticed kings while she was once on the age of seventy-five and back whilst she was once 90?

Archaelogist Sir C. Leonard Woolley, saw that "amongst the shadowy characters of historic heritage, Abraham stands proud as a dwelling character whom we will be aware of and with whom we will be able to sympathize....and now, along this residing character, we discover Sarah, maybe the main extraordinary, but mysterious girl of all time!" ABRAHAM AND SARAH is an epic love tale, an engrossing page-turner for the a long time, a needs to learn for everyone of faith.

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Gold Medal Winner - 2013 Reader's favourite booklet Awards for Christian old Fiction

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I've got an pressing message from Pharaoh Mentuhotep and Grand Vizier Antefoker,” he stated breathlessly. “Speak it, guy! ” commanded Tepi. “Pharaoh Mentuhotep, Grand Vizier Antefoker, Captain Hirqnos and his males from Avaris, and simply the palace servants who dressed and ready the girl Sarai are all violently in poor health. All others who have been within the palace that evening weren't affected. Physicians imagine it really is because of infected foodstuff or even poison. ” “What are the indications? ” wondered Tepi. “Abdominal discomfort, vomiting, and serious diarrhea…but, as but, no fever. ” “Pharaoh Mentuhotep? ” “He used to be the 1st to be struck…soon once you left the dinner party that evening to arrange for this crusing. ” “Do you deliver the other notice or orders for me? ” Tepi requested. “Yes, sir. Pharaoh Mentuhotep and Grand Vizier Antefoker first sought after you trained and to understand that the palace in Memphis is less than quarantine. moment, due to their incapacitation as a result of plague’s distressing results, the pharaoh and Antefoker can't attend to any strenuous or far-reaching tasks. they want, accordingly, that you should pick out all concerns that have an effect on the govt and seal all legitimate records until eventually this sickness runs its path. ” “You have a written replica of this communique? ” “I do, sir,” the messenger stated and passed Tepi a scroll with Mentuhotep’s seal. Tepi waved for his scribe who got here working from his paintings on the a long way finish of the barge. “Take this document,” Tepi informed him. “Write a suitable reaction with my expressions of outrage for the pharaoh and Antefoker’s well-being and my willingness to do as they request. Then permit me seal it so this guy may perhaps go back. ” because the messenger the scribe to watch for the hot scroll, Tepi became to work out Abram and Lot nonetheless earlier than him. He had forgotten their presence and was once astonished to work out expressions of pleasure and aid on their faces. “You were charged with resisting Captain Hirqnos whilst he got here to escort the girl Sarai to provide herself earlier than the pharaoh,” defined Tepi. “For any foreigner, such an offense consists of a minimal 12 months indenture sentence. ” “With no trial or pass judgement on? ” Lot requested. “Not for an offense opposed to the pharaoh,” Tepi responded. “Offense opposed to the pharaoh? ” objected Abram. “Captain Hirqnos and his males fulfilled a royal command. ” “And does your pharaoh have the proper to regard legally registered and cost paying refugees during this demeanour? ” spoke back Abram. “Gentlemen, i attempted to cause with Pharaoh Mentuhotep,” Tepi acknowledged in terms of apology. “But he was once under the influence of alcohol with wine and packed with hope to your sister after he heard approximately her. Then while he observed her and sought after her for his spouse, he all of sudden feared that you just could be her husband and never her brother, and his political enemies may accuse him of adultery. He was once so irrational that he ordered you either killed. I intervened to spare your lives through supplying to arrest you and take you with me. that's the reason you're right here. ” “Perhaps we should always be grateful,” stated Abram. “But Sarai and that i got here to Memphis to be venerated for our carrier to Kemi…not to be humiliated by way of its pharaoh.

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