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Publisher's Summary

Behind the men who shaped history are the heroes who forever changed it. In The Prophet, the fourth book in the Sons of Encouragement series, beloved author Francine Rivers illuminates the life of Amos. Francine examines the life of Amos and his relationship to Israel during its prosperous years. Amos' message and his relationship with God made him unpopular. But his challenge to those who were enjoying the blessings of prosperity was crucial then and is strikingly timely today as well.

©2006 Francine Rivers (P)2016 Recorded Books

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Hard to put down and extremely authentic

I will be able to connect this retelling to the
Biblical record of two of the prophets.

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  • Marva
  • Gaithersburg, MD, United States
  • 12-29-16

The Prophet

What made the experience of listening to The Prophet the most enjoyable?

His overall press for what was right before GOD.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Prophet?

After 'knowing' what do, his total abandonment to do GOD's total will.

Which character – as performed by Adam Verner – was your favorite?

Amos.

If you could rename The Prophet, what would you call it?

I would not rename it.

Any additional comments?

Amos' moment and voice throughout that time was as large and penetrable as Isaiah. Loved the book.