Shepherds led dangerous lives each and every day. Between predators, wandering sheep, and the weather their lives were never boring. Keshub is a shepherd who feels like he has something to prove to his older brothers. One day travelers stopped by leaving a feeling for life beyond the valley for Keshub. This story shares tension, and excitement as he becomes a spy who keeps an eye on the Hebrews in the Jordan Valley. This story stays true to the Word as the treaty is made with Joshua by the Gibeonites.
I love this view of Joshua's story with a young shepherd as an important player throughout the book.
I would recommend this to anyone that enjoys historical, Biblical-based, stories.
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