Take This Cup, Jerusalem Chronicles Series #2
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Number of Pages: 384
Publication Date: 2014
Availability: In Stock
Series: Jerusalem Chronicles
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Woven into the fabric of prophecy, a young boy named Nehemiah must choose to embrace his destiny as cupbearer to the King of Kings.
When Nehemiah, the child of Jewish exiles, begins hearing whispers and experiencing portentous visions, it quickly becomes clear to his father and his rabbi that the young cupbearer is meant for a higher purpose . . . but what? Certain that the Messiah is alive at that very moment, the family waits for the boys destiny to be revealed.
From the ancient site of the Garden of Eden, Nehemiah undertakes a perilous journey. The caravan route is full of danger, hardship, and mysteryall of it linked to what Nehemiah has in his keeping.
In due time, his path becomes clear. It leads to Jerusalem, to a wealthy Pharisee named Joseph of Arimathea . . . and to Jesus of Nazareth.
In Take This Cup, the second installment of the Jerusalem Chronicles, Bodie & Brock Thoene envision more of Scriptures most enigmatic moments and expand their award-winning canon of historical fiction with unprecedented power and depth.
Bodie and Brock Thoene are best-selling authors of over seventy works of historical fiction. Their timeless classics have sold more than thirty-five million copies in twenty-three languages and won eight ECPA Gold Medallion Awards. Visit them online at www.thoenebooks.com Facebook: Bodie-and-Brock-Thoene Twitter: @BodieThoene
skinsho5 Stars Out Of 5Loved ItApril 14, 2016skinshoQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I bought the series without reading any reviews. I dislike reading other peoples lofty ideas about what THEY think; especially those where it sounds like a literary critic instead of a casual reader.
This is the first time I've read anything written by these authors. I loved this series. I didn't read them, I devoured them. Read all three books one right after the other. Don't have a bad thing to say.
ssemahCaliforniaAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Living in expectationAugust 27, 2014ssemahCaliforniaAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Many examples of Christ's participation in our lives when we don't even see it
TerrybgBattle Ground, WAAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Take This CupAugust 22, 2014TerrybgBattle Ground, WAAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Great book! I love all of the Thoene stories!
alwaysreadingAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5May 18, 2014alwaysreadingAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5Take this Cup is the second book in the Jerusalem Chronicles series. With the first page the reader swept away into first century Israel. This is the story of Nehemiah, a young boy to whom God has appointed a very important mission.
When his home is overrun by bandits, Nehemiah escapes with the family's Rabbi, Kagba. Taking refuge in a cave they find clay jars that holds several copies of the Torah and an ancient cup. In a dream, Nehemiah is given the task of finding Jesus of Nazareth and to give him the cup at the appropriate time.
This book was such a pleasure to read. If you have read any book by the Thoene's, you will know what amazing writers they are. The research that they do into ancient Israeli culture is truly impressive. The story and the characters were well thought out and very engaging.
The story is told from Nehemiah's point of view and includes characters from previous novels. The authors wove Jesus and later part of his ministry into the storyline. It was remarkable how they could take a few lines from a scene from the bible and fill it out with characters and dialogue that filled several pages. I enjoyed learning about the Sparrows and their way of life.
This book had drama and suspense as well as humor. It was an all- around enjoyable book and one I had a hard time putting down.
Second Book to the RightMedford, MAAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 53 1/2 stars....make him a little older pleaseMay 13, 2014Second Book to the RightMedford, MAAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
The way the authors write is incredible. This is the first time I've come across any of their books, and I am highly impressed with them. It's not surprising they are some of the widest-read authors in religious fiction. I have also noticed that most, if not all, of the books that Zondervan publishes that I have read have really been great books.
The storyline itself is wonderful, enough tension to the story that it made me want to keep reading. Not to mention that I wanted very badly to see how Jesus the person was portrayed. I have seen reviews dismissing the fact that the main character is making a thousand mile long trek basically by himself (with caravans and such) without parental guidance or supervision. I completely agree with this sentiment. I look at my own eight year old and know there is no way on earth she would come close to walking ten miles, much less 100, or God forbid, a thousand. Nehi is such a young boy to have such an adult point of view and voice in the story that it does feel like I'm reading about a 12 or 13 year old. I believe if the authors would have made him a few years older it would have been a much more believable book.