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The Widow of Zarephath’s young son, Yashar, abandons his mother to follow the prophet, Elijah, into Israel during a time of devastating drought. At Mount Carmel, when Elijah calls down fire and rain from heaven, Yashar witnesses God’s triumph over Queen Jezebel’s pagan priests.

Overcome with the fear of the vengeful queen, Elijah runs away. Yashar follows the prophet but
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Kindle Edition, 246 pages
Published June 22nd 2015 by Cliff Keller
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Kid72
Oct 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This creative fiction centered around the Prophet Elijah and to a lesser extent Elisha is both true to the Biblical narrative as well as engaging with supportive storyline. The added characters are rich, far more human than in many Biblically based novels, and enjoyable companions throughout. The story coincides with historical accounts when warranted, and creative liberties are judicious and clever. I was sorry to see it come to an end, to leave the characters behind, which is high praise for K ...more
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Aug 25, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Bringing The Book to life

Here is a well written and extremely readable novel that brings Old Testament Times to life. I felt comfortable with the characters and the story has made helped make the events of the Scriptures in the times of Elijah and the Prophets seem much more real to me
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Cliff Keller was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. After multiple migrations between Florida and Wisconsin, Cliff attended Florida State University to pursue a degree in Engineering Science, paying his way by working as an engineering coop student for NASA at Cape Canaveral. Somehow aware of Cliff's progress, President Richard Nixon designed to send Cliff to the war in Vietnam by ending the educationa ...more