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A novel begun during National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) in 2019 and released on 14 December 2021.
King Asa has ruled for many years, but his time is running out. The unfortunate mistakes of the past continue to haunt him, and trouble is brewing in Judah.
The nation is surrounded by dangerous enemies as the king’s health fails and pain weakens his lifelong faith. Enemies from outside the kingdom are surely to be expected, but are there also enemies within? The old king is widely-loved, but his bitter refusal to accept criticism has led him to oppress innocents. Could they be seeking revenge?
Passing on his faith to his son, Jehoshaphat, was always his greatest desire and in that he had been successful. But Jehoshaphat is beginning to ask questions about the past, and Asa is uncomfortable. If the truth comes out, could his opponents turn his son against him?
Jehoshaphat is ready to rule, and the country needs an active, faithful king to lead it. Yet Asa’s confidence is failing, and rumours of rebellion prey on his mind. Is Jehoshaphat in danger from traitors who may want to kill both the king and his successor? Who can guard the prince and keep him safe as he begins to take over the kingship from his ailing father?
Is Ben-hail the answer? A rising champion: fearless in battle, unequalled in swordsmanship, loyal and trusted by all.
Honour Ben-hail – the king’s armour-bearer.
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A novel begun during National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) in 2017 and released December 2018.
A young boy with 11 brothers; favourite of his father; chosen of God.
Joseph, Rachel’s son, lived a privileged life in Canaan until his jealous brothers sold him into slavery in Egypt. There, the favourite son learned hardship and faced undeserved punishment.
Overcoming one trial after another, he finally faces the greatest test of all: power over his brothers. When they bow before him – as prophesied so many years before – will he take revenge, or show the forgiveness that comes from God?
Beloved son, envied brother, betrayed slave, hopeless prisoner, ruler of Egypt, but, above all, servant of God – this is Joseph’s story.
Recognised by Independent Press Award 2019 as a “Distinguished Favorite” in the category Religion: Fiction.
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A novel – Bible-based fiction – about the prophet Jeremiah in five volumes (each available in paperback, hardcover, eBook and audiobook):
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Immerse yourself in the mind and mission of Jeremiah through the unabridged audiobook, read so satisfyingly by Chris Morgan that when he finishes, you will be left wanting to start listening all over again! Click on a link below for a free sample.
Let your imagination wander with Jeremiah through ancient Israel on an eBook reader or curled up in bed with a perfectly sized paperback. See below for free samples.
From a family of priests in the peaceful reign of good King Josiah, came a young man Jeremiah, bringing words from God to his people. It was no message for the fainthearted, either. It was a message of Terror on Every Side!
A young king and a young prophet. What could they do together for the people of Israel? Could the disaster be averted?
“An immensely readable work of fiction that will help you understand the prophet Jeremiah as never before..”
The second edition with extra resources is now available including 3 family trees, 3 maps and a timeline.
In his eighteenth year as king, Josiah turns his attention to the temple in Jerusalem. King Josiah wants to worship Yahweh, but no-one can properly guide him in this until suddenly, the long-lost book of the law of Yahweh is discovered in the temple. At last, the will of Yahweh is made clear – but what a terrifying message of judgement it contains!
Can King Josiah turn his nation around? They join him in celebrating the Passover like never before, but is the reformation genuine?
Josiah’s tireless work for God continues to the very end, but can a king really change an unwilling nation?
Josiah’s sons Jehoahaz and Jehoiakim rule after him , and Judah enters moral free fall.
Darkness is falling on Judah.
But what about the individuals who listened to Josiah and Jeremiah and shared their faith in God? Will God protect them when the Babylonian army arrives?
Jehoiakim’s body is dumped outside the gates of Jerusalem, and his son Jeconiah reigns briefly over a city under siege.
Jeconiah surrenders and King Nebuchadnezzar takes him to Babylon – as Jeremiah had predicted – along with thousands of others.
Zedekiah promises to be Nebuchadnezzar’s vassal, but is weak and easily led. Will he listen to Jeremiah or to his own advisors?
Can Jeremiah survive the sly schemes of his enemies, or will the promised disaster overtake them all?
In Judah, the darkness deepens.
King Nebuchadnezzar has lost patience, and Jerusalem will pay the price. Zedekiah continues to vacillate instead of providing godly leadership. Disaster is approaching as the Babylonian army waits outside the city and food starts to run out.
No-one would believe Jeremiah’s words until it was too late – and then there was Terror on Every Side! The only hope left is to follow Jeremiah’s advice and surrender to King Nebuchadnezzar. But who would dare to do that?
Volume 6 – That Broken Reed is a new sequel to No Remedy.
The leaders of the pitiful remnants of Judah’s army reject God’s command to stay in Judah. Afraid of Nebuchadnezzar and his hordes, they flee to Egypt, taking Baruch and Jeremiah with them – against their will. After making the long journey south, they hope to find peace and safety in Egypt. Yet God’s plans have not changed, and Jeremiah is still with them as God’s voice – they cannot escape his warnings of a terrifying future. Will they listen this time?
Meanwhile, far away in Babylon, new terrors are brewing: King Nebuchadnezzar has plans for Egypt…
While writing the Biblical fiction series “Terror on Every Side!” about the life of Jeremiah, I needed to know the order of the events and prophecies reported in the book of Jeremiah.
The book of Jeremiah includes some passages that are anchored to particular days, while others are not located in time at all. By itself, this would make it hard enough to work out exactly when things happened in Jeremiah’s life, but the situation is worse than that: even the passages with dates are not in order! This book is an attempt to put the book of Jeremiah in chronological order.
The Book of Jeremiah …in Chronological Order includes the Biblical text and footnotes from the US edition of the World English Bible (WEB) which has been released into the public domain. The text has been re-ordered to achieve chronological order as far as can be determined but has not been modified.Download Free PDF eBook
Snippets from the life of Paul the Apostle pasted on to a framework of the Acts of the Apostles.
A novelette based closely on the Bible descriptions of the life of Saul of Tarsus – renamed Paul. Through three exhausting missionary journeys, a dangerous trip to Rome as a prisoner, and several years spent in prison because of vindictive enemies, we marvel at the stamina and determination of this man who could never do enough to repay Jesus for his grace and forgiveness.
Micro-tales are Bible-based fiction included in the Bible Tales weekly newsletter and collections of the stories are released from time to time.
An audiobook containing the first 11 micro-tales from the Bible Tales Newsletter. Listen to Bible-based fiction read by the author. Note that these recordings are also included in the Fiction Favours the Facts audiobook described below.
A collection of the first 22 “micro-tales” of Bible-based fiction from the Bible Tales Newsletter in paperback, eBook and audiobook formats.
Another book of of Bible-based fiction. 22 more micro-tales.
Yet another book of of Bible-based fiction with 22 more micro-tales in paperback, eBook and audiobook.
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