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Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Julius (Sketches of Glory) by Clifton Voshen

Julius was the centurion charged with escorting Paul to Rome. This is a fictional account of his later life

Review: I absolutely loved this one! Voshen's imagination creates a wonderful account of God's grace, mercy and love, not to mention His Sovereignity and power.

This is a favourite now. Voshen really does bring to life these Bible character's. You forget they are fiction; it is very convincing as if it is their actual account of the biblical event.

Highly Recommended.

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