The Blind Prophet

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Not even the haruspex, familiar with the dark forces, saw the towering, misshapen creature that reached into the body cavity and stirred the entrails with a long, claw-like finger.

Then the shadow withdrew, and the shaken haruspex looked again at the exposed entrails. The liver was twisted so that its tip pointed directly West.

'The gods have spoken, Great King,' the haruspex said to the Commander. 'You are to go West. You are to attack and to ...

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Overview

Not even the haruspex, familiar with the dark forces, saw the towering, misshapen creature that reached into the body cavity and stirred the entrails with a long, claw-like finger.

Then the shadow withdrew, and the shaken haruspex looked again at the exposed entrails. The liver was twisted so that its tip pointed directly West.

'The gods have spoken, Great King,' the haruspex said to the Commander. 'You are to go West. You are to attack and to destroy Jerusalem.'

Zaki is God's chosen witness to the Invisible War between angels and demons. But Zaki, embittered by the events surrounding the Babylonian invasion that took away his sight and his beloved parents, does not intend to do God any favors.

The Blind Prophet is the third novel in Dr. Larry Richard's Invisible War series that chronicles the titanic struggle between good and evil from Creation to history's end. The reader will follow Zaki, God's chosen prophet, as he experiences despair, soul-eating bitterness, and his ascension to the heights of peace when God reveals his truth and love for the Jewish nation. The Blind Prophet offers an imaginative and engrossing story that runs parallel to the Biblical books of Daniel and Ezekiel. This book offers the reader insight to the volatile spiritual battle raging during the time period of the Babylonian exile and the remnant's return to Jerusalem.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781607990031
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.
  • Publication date: 4/7/2009
  • Pages: 292
  • Product dimensions: 5.80 (w) x 8.70 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2009

    Arm yourself for the Invisible War!

    Dr.Larry Richards has written a truly rich and memorable novel. Using his extensive knowledge of scripture,theology,Judeo Christian history, and a life lived in service to God, Dr. Richards draws the reader into the invisible war through the eyes of the Blind Prophet Zaki. We are given a look at the beginnings of this war from creation to Israel's return from bondage in Babylon.
    He answers the question, who is Satan and how did he become so evil? How has this war affected God's children throughout history? What are demons and the role they play in the invisible war? Who are Angels and how do they help us in this war?
    The book is enthralling, entertaining, and enlightening. I found it difficult to put down and equally difficult not to stop often and contemplate what I had just read. A very deep and easy to read story of Zaki "The Blind Prophet"!

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  • Posted April 14, 2009

    The Blind Prophet

    A wonderfully written book. I highly recommend it to anyone.

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