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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: After spurning Pharaoh's advances, Ammena begins life in the slave camp with the Hebrews, a group she has been taught to hate. In spite of her prejudice against them, she falls in love with Daniel, a Hebrew she has always been attracted to, but one she has always made it a point to disdain. When her father and brothers, Pharaoh's magicians, are also condemned by Pharaoh for failing to defeat Moses, the Hebrew leader, Ammena turns to Daniel and to Moses himself for help. Through her experiences with the Hebrews and their God, and the challenges she encounters, Ammena finds her true identity, not only as a woman and a wife, but also as a warrior. In a prophecy given to her by Moses, Ammena is shocked to discover that the fight between good and evil that starts with her will continue through her descendants; but to understand their stories, you must first understand hers. It all begins with A Shepherd's Rod. About the Author: Cris Pfeil earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree and a Masters Degree in Education at Bridgewater State College. She then completed a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Creative Writing and Publishing at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts.After a long career in public school education, Cris retired and now looks forward to helping people through her books. In A Shepherd's Rod, she shares a timeless and inspirational message with readers: If we allow faith to enter our darkest days, the things that are meant to destroy us instead change us into the people we are meant to be. Cris grew up and taught school in Mansfield, Massachusetts. She currently resides in North Providence, Rhode Island, where she remains retired from teaching, but continues to write and inspire. Publisher's Web site: http: //www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/AShepherdsRod.htm. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: After spurning Pharaoh's advances, Ammena begins life in the slave camp with the Hebrews, a group she has been taught to hate. In spite of her prejudice against them, she falls in love with Daniel, a Hebrew she has always been attracted to, but one she has always made it a point to disdain. When her father and brothers, Pharaoh's magicians, are also condemned by Pharaoh for failing to defeat Moses, the Hebrew leader, Ammena turns to Daniel and to Moses himself for help. Through her experiences with the Hebrews and their God, and the challenges she encounters, Ammena finds her true identity, not only as a woman and a wife, but also as a warrior. In a prophecy given to her by Moses, Ammena is shocked to discover that the fight between good and evil that starts with her will continue through her descendants; but to understand their stories, you must first understand hers. It all begins with A Shepherd's Rod. About the Author: Cris Pfeil earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree and a Masters Degree in Education at Bridgewater State College. She then completed a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Creative Writing and Publishing at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts. After a long career in public school education, Cris retired and now looks forward to helping people through her books. In A Shepherd's Rod, she shares a timeless and inspirational message with readers: If we allow faith to enter our darkest days, the things that are meant to destroy us instead change us into the people we are meant to be. Cris grew up and taught school in Mansfield, Massachusetts. She currently resides in North Providence, Rhode Island, where she remains retired from teaching, but continues to write and inspire. Publisher's Web site: http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/AShepherdsRod.html

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