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Published by Center Point Pub. in Thorndike, Me .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Jael -- (Biblical figure) -- Fiction.,
  • Women in the Bible -- Fiction.,
  • Large type books.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementAnn Burton.
GenreFiction.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3602.U7696 J34 2006
The Physical Object
Pagination239 p. (large print) ;
Number of Pages239
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23088788M
ISBN 101585478369
ISBN 109781585478361
LC Control Number2006009901
OCLC/WorldCa65201377

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  Question: "Who was Jael in the Bible?" Answer: Jael in the Bible was the wife of a man named Heber, who was a Kenite. The Kenites were related to the features in the book of Judges as a heroic woman who killed Sisera, the leader of King Jabin’s Canaanite was trying to conquer Israel, which was at that time under the leadership of .   Jael's Story by Ann Burton is the Old Testament story from the book of Judges about a Kenite woman who uses a mallet and tent peg to kill Sisera the captain of the Canaanite charioteers. That's really all we know about Jael from the Bible. The story is told twice, once in prose, once in Deborah's song as poetry/5(3). The skull, the cross, the drink-the symbols of the death of Christ might have their precursors in one of the first heroine stories of the Bible. Jesus Christ's crucifixion and resurrection is the most widely known story of the New Testament - indeed, the foundational narrative in Christianity itself, one that has been retold and examined : Paperback. Ann Burton—best-selling author of Rahab’s Story—pens a sweeping historical novel about the Biblical heroine who risks all by wielding a tent peg and mallet. In this compelling tale of faith, courage, and romance, Jael boldly seizes a pivotal opportunit.

About Women of the Bible: Jael’s Story. The Bible is filled with women of faith, bravery, and cunning. Here is one woman’s tale—as it might have happened “Blessed above women shall Jael the wife of Heber the Kenite be, Blessed shall she be above women in the tent.” Judges ”. Get this from a library! Jael's story. [Ann Burton] -- Like most brides, Jael hopes for a loving marriage. But when her husband Herber takes her home to live in the company of his other wife and concubine, Jael's dreams begin to crumble. The woman warn. "Blessed above women shall Jael the wife of Heber the Kenite be, Blessed shall she be above women in the tent." Judges " Like many a bride-to-be, Jael looks forward to a long, loving marriage. But when her husband, Heber, takes her home to live in the company of his other wife and concubine, Jael's dreams begin to crumble. Recently I read "Deborah's Story" and decided to read "Jael's Story" next, since it seemed they fit together. I enjoyed this short book quite a bit, it was an interesting tale of a Israelite spoils-of-war concubine who converted Jael to belief in the One True /5.

Jael’s Story audiobook, by Ann Burton Ann Burton—best-selling author of Rahab’s Story—pens a sweeping historical novel about the Biblical heroine who risks all by wielding a tent peg and mallet. In this compelling tale of faith, courage, and romance, Jael boldly seizes a pivotal opportunity to free Israelites—and herself—from years of. Get this from a library! Jael's story. [Ann Burton] -- The story of Jael from the Book of Judges is told in the third installment ofthis compelling new series that focuses on the courageous women of . Women of the Bible: Jael's Story | The Bible is filled with women of faith, bravery, and cunning. Here is one woman’s tale—as it might have happened “Blessed above women shall Jael the wife of Heber the Kenite be, Blessed shall she be above women in the tent.” Judges ” Like many a bride-to-be, Jael looks forward to a long, loving marriage.   The story has become familiar. Finishing for her, I say, “If a stranger had done what he did, it would have been considered self-defense.” I had been a chaplain at a women’s prison for a year before I realized that almost every woman I met who was doing time for murder had killed an intimate partner who had been abusing her for years.