In the year 752 AUC in the Roman Empire, the Jewish people were being sold into slavery to pay taxes. They had long suffered from Roman oppression and hoped for their Deliverer, their Messiah, to come set them free, to set up His kingdom on Earth.
God finds ordinary people to do His work. Mary of Nazareth was a young woman -- a real human being. Chosen by God, Mary and Joseph became the parents of Jesus, the Savior the Jews had longed for. They had no special training; they were not wealthy; but they were willing and obedient to the call of God on their lives.
But being foster parents to God's only son would have its challenges. This is the story of a mother's love, a son destined for greatness, and the event that changed history.
About the Author:
Deborah E. Kaye is an avid reader and writer who grew up in rural Nova Scotia, the third of eight children. She was a teacher in the public and private schools in Yarmouth for many years and homeschooled her three sons, Ian, David and Brian, until they graduated. She has been the office administrator at the Hebron Baptist Church since 2001. She and her husband, Dennis, are proud grandparents of Jake, Luke, Cindy, Fraser, Cate and Wesley.
When she isn't reading, writing, or administrating, she can be found either with a camera in front of her face, capturing the wonders of God's creation, or crocheting blankets for babies.
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|Size: ||984 KB|
|Publisher: ||Word Alive Press|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781486609550 (DRM-PDF)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|