Seeing the Life

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The life of Yeshua the Messiah as you've never seen it before

From the moment of his birth until past his resurrection, Micah and Dassa witness the life of Yeshua the Messiah. The young couple were friends with Joseph and Mary while they lived in Bethlehem. Through the years they shared joys and sorrows. Then Yeshua became a rabbi and the world has never been the same.

As scribe to Joseph of Arimethea, Micah ...

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Overview

The life of Yeshua the Messiah as you've never seen it before

From the moment of his birth until past his resurrection, Micah and Dassa witness the life of Yeshua the Messiah. The young couple were friends with Joseph and Mary while they lived in Bethlehem. Through the years they shared joys and sorrows. Then Yeshua became a rabbi and the world has never been the same.

As scribe to Joseph of Arimethea, Micah does what the Pharisee cannot. He writes down his thoughts about the young man he's known all his life.

Micah, Joseph and their families follow the ministries of John the Baptist and Yeshua, a poor carpenter from Nazareth. Is he the Messiah who will lead Israel against the Roman army? Is he a fraud, a cohort of Satan? Or is he something else? The crowds cheer him, then want to stone him. They hail his arrival then, cry for his execution.

See the life as those who lived at the same time saw it.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780991229369
  • Publisher: Susan D Ewing DBA Sophie Dawson
  • Publication date: 5/22/2014
  • Pages: 314
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.66 (d)

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  • Posted May 28, 2014

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    Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers' Favorite

    Seeing the Life by Sophie Dawson is a wonderful fictional account of the most glorious true story ever told. Beginning with Mary going into labor in the stable of a Bethlehem inn, Sophie Dawson takes us through the life of Jesus, right up to the day he ascends into heaven in the sight of hundreds of witnesses. Although much of the story is fictional, it includes a great many actual events recorded in the Bible. I was particularly intrigued by the way the author built a long-standing relationship with some people mentioned only tangentially in the Bible, such as Joseph of Arimathea. This clever technique allowed her much freedom to create a plausible and culturally accurate history without veering one iota from the truth of the Gospel message. Seeing the Life is a brilliant and extremely well-conceived story, presenting the life of Christ as recorded in the scriptures, but augmented with non-scriptural day-to-day events and activities very much in keeping with the time and place in which Christ walked the Earth.

    Seeing the Life is the kind of story that should capture the imagination of people who either do not or will not read the Bible, potentially being the instrument whereby they might become convinced of the truths to be found therein. As such, I believe this could be a very useful witnessing tool, particularly for teenagers in your home. Ms. Dawson is to be commended for developing a remarkably believable story. I’ve been familiar with the biblical account of the life of Christ my whole life, but Seeing the Life is perhaps the single most comprehensive compilation of biblical, cultural and historical fact, woven within the matrix of a fictional background, that I have yet encountered. In recent years Hollywood has produced a few such accounts, but they all seemed to have been primarily vehicles by which the producers could present horribly graphic depictions of violence and blood-letting. Sophie Dawson took great pains to be respectful and inoffensive in her account of the crucifixion of Christ, perhaps the single most cruel and unnecessary form of torture and execution ever practiced on planet Earth. Seeing the Life is a book I highly recommend. It may help you to see the light.

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