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Second Touch [Reading] ➽ Second Touch Author Bodie Thoene – Thomashillier.co.uk Discover the Truth through fiction The lepers in the Valley of Mak ob hear the rumors that a miracle healer is now walking the earth Could this be the hope they have waited an eternity for the healing Discover the Truth through fiction The lepers in the Valley of Mak ob hear the rumors that a miracle healer is now walking the earth Could this be the hope they have waited an eternity for the healing they have longed for While Lily, Cantor, and Rabbi Ahava courageously comfort the dying in the Valley, the leper Jekuthiel risks home and family, even when his baby is about to be born, to find out if the rumors are true In these somber, deceitful days, Peniel, the once blind beggar, makes a gut wrenching decision Will it cut him off from the Light Zadok refuses to back down from his claims about Messiah And Pharisee Simon ben Zeraim hides a devastating secret During these dark and dangerous times, the people long for the transforming touch of the Messiah.


10 thoughts on “Second Touch

  1. Amanda Amanda says:

    Another fantastic book in the series Everything means something, you read over and over again, and in this book, you learn how the original language of the Bible has deeper meaning that we miss out on through reading a translation Over and over the parallels between events in the Old Testament and the New Testament life of Jesus are pointed out, to show that everything in the Bible truly does point to the only One who matters Jesus.


  2. Sara Sara says:

    Peniel returns in the A.D Chronicles second book While blindness is a recurring theme in First Light, leprosy stars in Second Touch This novel explores the lives of those viewed as the living dead by society, as well as the hope that is found in Jesus, and the tolerance we should all learn.Hope is thin for the residents of the Valley of Mak ob, a colony of lepers seeking safety and shelter in numbers Their paths are fated to cross with the One who has come to heal the broken of the world, t Peniel returns in the A.D Chronicles second book While blindness is a recurring theme in First Light, leprosy stars in Second Touch This novel explores the lives of those viewed as the living dead by society, as well as the hope that is found in Jesus, and the tolerance we should all learn.Hope is thin for the residents of the Valley of Mak ob, a colony of lepers seeking safety and shelter in numbers Their paths are fated to cross with the One who has come to heal the broken of the world, though and their journey is only beginning Peniel, meanwhile, is struggling to understand his purpose in life and how to live in a manner worthy of his miraculous healing While his eyes may be healed, Peniel still has much growth left, now that he sees the world with the judgment that comes with vision In the broken city of Jerusalem, a couple hopelessly in love are yet to find the Truth that will save them At what cost will they try to defy the Earthly powers that seek to subjugate them Although other reviewers have called Second Touch trite, predictable, and drawn out, I found that the story was just as deep as the first The characters continue to grow in each of the A.D Chronicles in a complex way Of course every character is driven to find mercy with Jesus Yeshua it is a thoroughly religious book with a compelling view of broken humanity and the Love that came to save us all The characters face challenge after challenge, including ignorance, betrayal, isolation, and physical burdens including death But each challenge brings them a little closer to being open to Grace How beautiful is that I, for one, will be reading all 12 books in the series, and I highly recommend that you too face the sometimes challenging writing in order to challenge your own faith This book has compelled me toclosely study the Bible, and I think that alone as well as the passionately built characters and intricate plot is worth the read


  3. Austin Austin says:

    Barely qualifies as a 2 star Almost a 1 Vintage Thoene as far as I can tell I have all the same complaints about this book as I do of almost all other books in the Christian fiction genre lame, overly sentimental, lacks depth and gravity, drags out the conflict for too long, is far too predictable, and the characters are not really believable Did not inspire me to read anyThoene Not even the sequel.


  4. Wendy Wendy says:

    I am never disappointed with the Thoene s books I love the way they develop each character Another hard to put down read I can t wait to continue the series While the authors historical accuracy is superbe, I am also left feeling the eternal relevancy of these stories They quicken the heart and fill one with hope I wanted to jump up and cheer after the final sentence was read.


  5. Nikki Nikki says:

    Everything God allows into the world has a purpose Each Theone parable challenges the reader to approach bible knowledge from a different perspective This time around they addressed the scourge of leprosy and its purpose Leprosy is a physical representation of spiritual decay.


  6. J Crossley J Crossley says:

    In this historical Christian book, a group of lepers hear rumors of a miracle healer One of the lepers sets off to determine if the rumors are true Others have to make difficult decisions They all long for healing.


  7. Margaret Felts Margaret Felts says:

    I can t say enough good things about the 12 books in this series The Thoenes strive to teach truth through fiction, and while the books in the series are fictional, they provide an exciting insight into life as it may have been during the times described in the gospels.


  8. Dave Wheeler Dave Wheeler says:

    Familiar but not a you ve had out beforeA well written and thought out book, with some great Bible study tools at the Back Familiar stories but from a new angle interesting and captivating i think you will enjoy it and the blessings will pour out from you Anna many others.


  9. Jessica Jessica says:

    I am really enjoying the series I cannot wait to start the next one


  10. Wendi Wendi says:

    Another masterpiece by the Thoenes Praying God continues to shine His light through their talent Moved to tears once again


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