Vessel of Honor (Google eBook)

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Moody Publishers, Jan 1, 2004 - Fiction - 480 pages
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In the eighth chapter of the Book of Acts, Luke records the baptism of an Ethiopian chamberlain. Vessel of Honor picks up where Acts 8 left off. Chamberlain Sahlin Malae is in the service of Amanitore, a powerful Ethiopian queen in the First Century A.D. After discovering the long-awaited Messiah, he returns to a kingdom on the verge of destroying itself. Even though he has become a believer, Sahlin craves the power and prestige common to his lineage. Filled with rich history, Vessel of Honor is a compelling portrayal of the inner struggles facing those in the early Ethiopian church.
  

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I'm half way through this book but very busy so wanted to give the writer praise less I forget later. This is a fantastically written book. The subject matter is great for my taste and it is thus far ... Read full review

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Great Book. I hear there is a third in the series coming out! Can not wait! Read full review

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Contents

Prologue
11
Chapter 1
15
Chapter 2
23
Chapter 3
31
Chapter 4
53
Chapter 5
65
Chapter 6
81
Chapter 7
91
Chapter 19
267
Chapter 20
283
Chapter 21
301
Chapter 22
313
Chapter 23
321
Chapter 24
333
Chapter 25
345
Chapter 26
355

Chapter 8
107
Chapter 9
123
Chapter 10
141
Chapter 11
155
Chapter 12
169
Chapter 13
185
Chapter 14
201
Chapter 15
217
Chapter 16
229
Chapter 17
249
Chapter 18
257
Chapter 27
371
Chapter 28
385
Chapter 29
391
Chapter 30
401
Chapter 31
415
Chapter 32
425
Chapter 33
433
Chapter 34
439
Chapter 35
449
Glossary
461
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

MELVIN J. COBB is the director of Online Education at Rio Hondo Community College, and a part-time professor at both National University and California State University Long Beach. He previously served as a campus evangelist and full-time minister. Melvin is the author of Shadow of Redemption and Vessel of Honor. He and his wife are the parents of four children and reside in Fountain Valley, California.

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