A Man Called Blessed

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2018
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“A Man Called Blessed” by Ted Dekker and Bill Bright

I put off reading this book because I didn’t see how it could possibly be as great as “Blessed Child.” Surprisingly, it’s just as good.

When Rebecca Solomon and her father discover the Ark of the Covenant is hidden in Ethiopia, Rebecca and her team are dispatched immediately. Unbeknownst to her, an assassin with a grudge sets out after her with his own team. Not only are they supposed to stop Rebecca from bringing the Ark to Jerusalem, Ismael wants to make certain she doesn’t return at all. Then there is Caleb, the Blessed Child who has grown into a man. He doesn’t carry a gun like the people heading his way. How can he possibly stop them from tearing down his home in their pursuit of the Ark?

This magnificent novel is action-packed, with scenes that leave you breathless. I cared so much about Caleb and his parents, and I hated to think what was going to happen when these people reached their home. Amazingly, I cared about Rebecca as well. Her team was strictly forbidden to take lives. They were supposed to complete their mission without leaving a trail of devastation in their wake. Too bad someone on her team had his own agenda…

I highly recommend this novel. It’s as good as books get.

I've been a Christian since 1991. I enjoy Beth Moore Bible studies and books about using your gift for God. I've been writing since high school. It is what I came to this earth to do! I also love reading books. I'm never without one! It is my wish to inspire others through my writing.
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