Seventh Day

Seventh Day

Book - 2007
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As Yeshua continues his ministry, and is challenged by the religious leaders, his beloved friend Elazar (Lazarus), in Bethany, falls ill. When Yeshua finally arrives, it is too late . . . or is it?
Publisher: Carol Stream, Ill. : Tyndale House Publishers, c2007.
ISBN: 9780842375245
Call Number: THOENE
Characteristics: p. ; cm.
Subjects: Jesus Christ -- Fiction.
Bible. New Testament -- History of Biblical events -- Fiction.
Religious fiction.
Additional Contributors: Thoene, Brock 1952-
Alternative Title: 7th day


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bibliosara Mar 29, 2019

The seventh in the series of 12 books, Seventh Day brightens up a bit with an echo of the Thoene's potential. Although it took me a while to warm up to the story after the disappointment of the last three in the series, I ultimately was glad to have read it. This entry into the popular biblical series set during the time of Jesus' presence on Earth is told from the perspective of Peniel. Shimon returns to the prologue and epilogue of the story, which I was happy to see. (It also made me interested in reading the Zion Chronicles.) Peniel recounts the story of Lazarus, Martha, and Mary. I really enjoyed the ending, although I still feel frustrated that they seem to have somewhat repeated their story from "When Jesus Wept". I am looking forward to finishing the series, although I admit that my previously strident enthusiasm for the series has been lost. Still, I love their "Jerusalem Chronicles" series, and will certainly read more of their titles.

happyreader64 Mar 23, 2019

Seventh Day is written from The previous character Peniel’s point of view.
I do enjoy this series, the Thoene’s certainly are good writers.
I enjoy reading about what it might have been like at the time when Jesus was walking with us.
There are several miracles in this story that are depicted fairly accurately from the Bible. And of course anything that Jesus says has scripture references in the back of the book.

Don’t get me wrong, the book was very good. I gave it 3 stars because there is a little repetition from the previous books. And it was not as active as the others.
At least not till the last couple of chapters.
On to Eighth Shephard


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