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Thursday, February 23, 2017

Mefiboset: Crippled Prince by Katheryn Maddox Haddad

The fourth book in the Intrepid Men of God Series by Katheryn Maddox Haddad, is available. It features the character Mefiboset, grandson of King Saul. This is a work of historical fiction.

--Susan

About Mefiboset: Crippled Prince



Denied the throne as king of Israel and crippled for life at age five, Sett spends his early years fleeing his grandfather King Saul’s enemies. Inheriting his gigantic grandfather’s height and good looks along with his father Jonathan’s positive attitude, Sett uses his wits to get out of life-threatening situations in Israel, Babylon, and Assyria. Despite his handicap, the beautiful Kissara becomes his wife, King David becomes his friend, and the forests become his mission. Though he must constantly deal with three enemies who do everything they can to make his life miserable, Mefiboset, grandson of a king, is an overcomer, a climber, a conqueror who triumphs in the end. (There are discussion questions at the back of the book for book clubs and Bible classes.)