Chapter 3: Sad News from Machaerus

Jesus and the Trip Abroad
"Who is this man who told you to do this?" the religious leaders asked. "Who told you to pick up your bed mat and carry it on the Sabbath?" "I don't know who He was," Willy answered. "There was a crowd about, and He slipped into the crowd. I don't know His name." " Hear about Jesus' exciting trip abroa…read more

Chapter 2: Jesus Walks on Water

Jesus and the Trip Abroad
"Who is this man who told you to do this?" the religious leaders asked. "Who told you to pick up your bed mat and carry it on the Sabbath?" "I don't know who He was," Willy answered. "There was a crowd about, and He slipped into the crowd. I don't know His name." " Hear about Jesus' exciting trip abroad, and the people that he met.

Chapter 1: A Marvellous Meal

Jesus and the Trip Abroad
" "Who is this man who told you to do this?" the religious leaders asked. "Who told you to pick up your bed mat and carry it on the Sabbath?" "I don't know who He was," Willy answered. "There was a crowd about, and He slipped into the crowd. I don't know His name." " Hear about Jesus' exciting trip abroad, and the people that he met.

Chapter 7: "Put Away the Foreign Gods"

Joshua and the Haven for the Hunted
"Throw away those idols and those foreign gods that you have, and give your hearts to the Lord, the God of Israel," Joahua commanded. Evie felt something fall on her foot. It rolled on to the ground. Quickly, Milkah, who was standing behind her mother, stamped on whatever it was. As she did so, there was a sound of breaking earthenware. Milkah trampled whatever it was into the ground. Evie, her mother, saw that it was Milkah's image of Astarte. She saw tears in Milkah's eyes, but a look of calm and resolve in her face. Evie clutched Milkah's hand, "Well done, my dear daughter!" Joshua demanded action, not words.

Chapter 6: Friendship with the Canaanites

Joshua and the Haven for the Hunted
"Throw away those idols and those foreign gods that you have, and give your hearts to the Lord, the God of Israel," Joahua commanded. Evie felt something fall on her foot. It rolled on to the ground. Quickly, Milkah, who was standing behind her mother, stamped on whatever it was. As she did so, there was a sound of breaking earthenware. Milkah trampled whatever it was into the ground. Evie, her mother, saw that it was Milkah's image of Astarte. She saw tears in Milkah's eyes, but a look of calm and resolve in her face. Evie clutched Milkah's hand, "Well done, my dear daughter!" Joshua demanded action, not words.

Chapter 5: Only Rumors

Joshua and the Haven for the Hunted
"Throw away those idols and those foreign gods that you have, and give your hearts to the Lord, the God of Israel," Joahua commanded. Evie felt something fall on her foot. It rolled on to the ground. Quickly, Milkah, who was standing behind her mother, stamped on whatever it was. As she did so, there was a sound of breaking earthenware. Milkah trampled whatever it was into the ground. Evie, her mother, saw that it was Milkah's image of Astarte. She saw tears in Milkah's eyes, but a look of calm and resolve in her face. Evie clutched Milkah's hand, "Well done, my dear daughter!" Joshua demanded action, not words.

Chapter 4: Rumors are Flying

Joshua and the Haven for the Hunted
"Throw away those idols and those foreign gods that you have, and give your hearts to the Lord, the God of Israel," Joahua commanded. Evie felt something fall on her foot. It rolled on to the ground. Quickly, Milkah, who was standing behind her mother, stamped on whatever it was. As she did so, there was a sound of breaking earthenware. Milkah trampled whatever it was into the ground. Evie, her mother, saw that it was Milkah's image of Astarte. She saw tears in Milkah's eyes, but a look of calm and resolve in her face. Evie clutched Milkah's hand, "Well done, my dear daughter!" Joshua demanded action, not words.

Chapter 3: Clearing the Land

Joshua and the Haven for the Hunted
"Throw away those idols and those foreign gods that you have, and give your hearts to the Lord, the God of Israel," Joahua commanded. Evie felt something fall on her foot. It rolled on to the ground. Quickly, Milkah, who was standing behind her mother, stamped on whatever it was. As she did so, there was a sound of breaking earthenware. Milkah trampled whatever it was into the ground. Evie, her mother, saw that it was Milkah's image of Astarte. She saw tears in Milkah's eyes, but a look of calm and resolve in her face. Evie clutched Milkah's hand, "Well done, my dear daughter!" Joshua demanded action, not words.

Chapter 2: Forty Years Later

Joshua and the Haven for the Hunted
"Throw away those idols and those foreign gods that you have, and give your hearts to the Lord, the God of Israel," Joahua commanded. Evie felt something fall on her foot. It rolled on to the ground. Quickly, Milkah, who was standing behind her mother, stamped on whatever it was. As she did so, there was a sound of breaking earthenware. Milkah trampled whatever it was into the ground. Evie, her mother, saw that it was Milkah's image of Astarte. She saw tears in Milkah's eyes, but a look of calm and resolve in her face. Evie clutched Milkah's hand, "Well done, my dear daughter!" Joshua demanded action, not words.

Chapter 1: The First Settlers

Joshua and the Haven for the Hunted
"Throw away those idols and those foreign gods that you have, and give your hearts to the Lord, the God of Israel," Joahua commanded. Evie felt something fall on her foot. It rolled on to the ground. Quickly, Milkah, who was standing behind her mother, stamped on whatever it was. As she did so, there was a sound of breaking earthenware. Milkah trampled whatever it was into the ground. Evie, her mother, saw that it was Milkah's image of Astarte. She saw tears in Milkah's eyes, but a look of calm and resolve in her face. Evie clutched Milkah's hand, "Well done, my dear daughter!" Joshua demanded action, not words.

Chapter 7: Exciting Reports

Jesus and the Dreadful Foe
"This was the second time that the Enemy had stalked into that little house in Nain in Galilee. Last time the Enemy had snatched away her husband, the boy's dad. Since that awful day, her boy had looked after her, his widowed mother. Floods of grief overwhelmed her now as the memory of that bereavement was added to this one." Hear the thrilling story of how Death, man's most dreadful Foe, meets his Master.

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