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|Brookville Public Library||INS FIC GIL (Text)||38217000531000||Fiction-Inspirational||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781414125305
- Physical Description: 193 pages ; 23cm.
- Publisher: Wine Press Publishing c2013
|Summary, etc.:|| "When Abishag leaves her home to fulfill the commission to comfort King David during his final months of life, she leaves behind a deaf sister, a small brother, and a father who is still grieving the death of his wife. Torn from the comfort of her small village, Abishag is thrust into a world of unfamiliar customs, royal expectations, and palace intrigue. She is greeted suspiciously by the king's concubines, warmly by Queen Bathsheba, and reluctantly by King David himself. Suffering personal losses, as well as scorn from much of the royal court, Abishag begins to question God's goodness in placing her in the king's service. Can she find someone there who understands that one who comforts the king is in great need of comfort herself? Will Abishag's time with the king end in despair or joy?"--p.4 of cover.
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