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A Man Called Blessed
A Man Called Blessed
Author: Ted Dekker, Bill Bright
In this explosive sequel to the CBA best-seller Blessed Child, the Zionists send their best operative, Rebecca Solomon, into Ethiopia to seize the one man who can lead them to the Ark of the Covenant. His name is Caleb. But Caleb, now 24, is on a mission of his own -- searching to rediscover the simple faith of his youth. The key to Caleb...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780849943805
ISBN-10: 0849943809
Publication Date: 9/2/2002
Pages: 368
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4.1 stars, based on 66 ratings
Publisher: WestBow Press
Book Type: Paperback
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A Man Called Blessed is an excellent book. The storyline will capture you from the first chapter, while the message will challenge your idea of faith in God and belief in your destiny.
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I really enjoyed this one...it was a little slow to start (much like the first one, upon reflection), but once it got going, it was very difficult to put down! Great depictions of how ANYONE, even someone as spiritual as Caleb had been, can be distracted away for a time, and how wonderful it is to return to one's first love...
which prompted me to then order Bill Bright's First Love...
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This book is the sequel to "Blessed Child," and continues the saga of young Caleb. This book takes place about 10-15 years after the first book. Caleb has finished his childhood years in the rebuilt monastery which had been destroyed when he barely escaped its bombing as a child. Now he is experiencing a spiritual dry place. When a young Israeli woman leads a team to his monastery in search of the Ark of the Covenant, he embarks on a journey that leads him back to his childhood faith. This is a book well worth reading, but it is not nearly as compelling as the first book.


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