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Third Watch [Ebook] ➠ Third Watch ➦ Bodie Thoene – Thomashillier.co.uk Journey back to first century Jerusalem, a dark and hopeless time, when citizens are searching for their promised Messiah to return Meet new characters Zahav, a Jewish woman who is very strong in her Journey back to first century Jerusalem, a dark and hopeless time, when citizens are searching for their promised Messiah to return Meet new characters Zahav, a Jewish woman who is very strong in her faith, and Alexander, a Greek with a past Can their forbidden love endure the trials that face them Will Susanna and Manaen s love be able to overcome bitterness and overwhelming odds After seeing all that Yeshua has done for them, will the people believe he is the Messiah What they choose to believe will change them all for eternity Study questions included.


10 thoughts on “Third Watch

  1. Korby Korby says:

    Just finished it this weekend I can t wait to read the fourth one in this series I just LOVE this book This series brought the people Jesus healed to life for me although entirely fictional It made me think, and changed my perspective on many things The history and culture is rich in this book Jesus loves so unconditionally.


  2. Shelley Alongi Shelley Alongi says:

    These others always have a way of drawing or an end of the story They have some creative ideas But I lost interest about halfway through the book because this book is frankly quite tedious It just goes on and on and on They use many of the same techniques make their religious fiction interesting and creative but this one I thought went a little heavy on the bitterness issue I didn t live in the early centuries of the common area but I rather don t think that blind character was believable a These others always have a way of drawing or an end of the story They have some creative ideas But I lost interest about halfway through the book because this book is frankly quite tedious It just goes on and on and on They use many of the same techniques make their religious fiction interesting and creative but this one I thought went a little heavy on the bitterness issue I didn t live in the early centuries of the common area but I rather don t think that blind character was believable and why is it that in every book she wrote that Jesus and his mother have some intense conversation OK I understand but every book Maybe I have just read it to any of these books and she put them down But their descriptions of countryside in detailed things are always interesting but I just found this one kind of over the edge


  3. Jerry Jerry says:

    A great historical fiction work that takes place during the time of Christ.


  4. Sandy Sandy says:

    I really enjoy the characters created by the Thoene s, and the seamless way they fit into history as their individual character is developed There are times when detailed geographical descriptions or analysis of feelings becomes a little too long and drawn out for my taste, but I m still drawn in to continue by the story Bodie obviously has done extensive research, and shares a lot of that knowledge with the reader My favorite method of enjoying these books is through book on CD, while I m dr I really enjoy the characters created by the Thoene s, and the seamless way they fit into history as their individual character is developed There are times when detailed geographical descriptions or analysis of feelings becomes a little too long and drawn out for my taste, but I m still drawn in to continue by the story Bodie obviously has done extensive research, and shares a lot of that knowledge with the reader My favorite method of enjoying these books is through book on CD, while I m driving in the car, as I d have a hard time finding time to read them otherwise Also, it helps keep me awake and I look forward to every opportunity to listen It s something my husband and I enjoy doing together


  5. Ellen Parker Ellen Parker says:

    Palestine when Pilate was GovernorThe rabbi s daughter A flute maker and his deaf mute son A victim of Herod Antipas cruelty A blind beggar The stories of these and other ordinary people living in extraordinary times are woven together in this third volume of the A.D Chronicles Each life connects to the wandering teaching rabbi, Yeshua Who is he Will he give a great sign to the people Will he proclaim a new kingdom Details of the time and culture make the characters come alive while th Palestine when Pilate was GovernorThe rabbi s daughter A flute maker and his deaf mute son A victim of Herod Antipas cruelty A blind beggar The stories of these and other ordinary people living in extraordinary times are woven together in this third volume of the A.D Chronicles Each life connects to the wandering teaching rabbi, Yeshua Who is he Will he give a great sign to the people Will he proclaim a new kingdom Details of the time and culture make the characters come alive while their conversations, or dreams, present scripture passages This is the first of this series which I ve read and I found it a good story, able to stand on its own


  6. Wendy Wendy says:

    I love the way ancient scripture is explained.


  7. Barbara Baker Barbara Baker says:

    A good story but preachy.


  8. HEATHER WILKINS HEATHER WILKINS says:

    I love the way Rabbinic teaching about Messiah has been scattered through this book Wonderful insights.


  9. Vicki Vicki says:

    Generally good there were a few things that bothered me, but I liked it.


  10. Sara Sara says:

    The third book in the A.D Chronicles continues Peniel s travels, returns us to the stories of some of our favorite characters from First Light and Second Touch, and introduces us to Zahav and Alexander, two very different people living in a city rampant with immorality Peniel continues to struggle, even as he takes his place as a disciple of Yeshua Even among Yeshua s most trusted, betrayal seems imminent Dark forces are fighting for control amongst the people, and Yeshua s followers are not The third book in the A.D Chronicles continues Peniel s travels, returns us to the stories of some of our favorite characters from First Light and Second Touch, and introduces us to Zahav and Alexander, two very different people living in a city rampant with immorality Peniel continues to struggle, even as he takes his place as a disciple of Yeshua Even among Yeshua s most trusted, betrayal seems imminent Dark forces are fighting for control amongst the people, and Yeshua s followers are not exempt.The focus on possession and the forces of evil is eerie, but the story is not without hope in fact, some of the most dramatic and powerful moments of Yeshua s time on Earth are retold in Third Watch Fans of biblical fiction, especially those looking for historical AND biblical accuracy, will greatly enjoy this novel With a touch of romance, a colorful cast of characters, and a spirit of hope even in the midst of the darkest moments of mankind, this novel is a beautiful work I m looking forward to book 4


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