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Could you trust a God Who destroyed a nation before your eyes? Would you want Him as your friend?

Experience God through Israel’s Exodus from Egypt’s power through those who were there.

The Time: 2450 BC
The Place: Old Kingdom of Egypt.
Pharaoh is god.
His people worship him.
Israel’s God arrives.
He challenges Pharaoh.
His power touches all people.
They must change.
Some don’t concede. They suffer.
Others yield. They find freedom.
Until My Name Is Known
brings all to see the one true God.
Read it to see Him.

Today’s historians and archaeologists puzzle over the fall of the Old Kingdom of Egypt,
but the world at that time heard of God.
The world knew that He was the Lord.
His Name was proclaimed in all the earth.
Book One of Tell of My Kingdom’s Glory.
 

Price: Paperback $14.50; ebook FREE
Page number: 275
Paperback ISBN: 978-0-9907237-0-7
eBook ISBN: 978-0-9907237-1-4
Published by Bull Head Press, Squaw Valley, CA


Chapter 1

If you would like to start reading the book, here's the first chapter.

Reviews

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God moves before all of humanity all of the time. Some acknowledge that fact; some do not. Read Until My Name Is Know to get a glimpse of the varied responses to the same events and the same God... and then ponder your response - and the implications of that response - to the same God today. I enjoyed the narrative woven from the biblical, historical, and archaeological gleanings. Even though I received nothing more than a free copy of this book to do this review, it was well worth my time to again be reminded that God's ways of doing things are not always correctly interpreted by us humans.  Uve Steinmann

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Review of Until My Name is Known by Sonya Contreras

Until My Name is Known gives a clear and compelling picture of God's movement in the Old Kingdom of Egypt with the return of Moses to Egypt as God's faithful messenger and servant.
The story unfolds as Moses faces Pharaoh with God's instructions to " Let My people go!".

The author gives readers insights into the lives and thoughts of both Egyptians and Hebrews as each of the richly drawn characters respond to God's power evidenced in the various plagues. Some struggle against the One True God and some find their faith in His love growing deeper.

Every reader will find both comfort and challenges as the results of the plagues affect lives of individuals and the nation of Egypt. As we learn more about God, will we obey, or will we rebel? This question pervades the book -- and each of our lives.

I have read scores of Christian fiction books and this is the first clear instance of God Himself being the main character of the work.

If you are fascinated by history --- read it.
If you want to spend hours experiencing life in Old Egypt--- read it.
If you want to know more about the Holy God -- read it!!!

I received no payment for this review except a free book ( which I will treasure).

Michele Evans
Fresno California

Be part of God's plans to free His people from Egyptian slavery and watch Him touching every life. I've really seen as I hadn't before what God was doing through the Exodus, and the people of that time came alive. I really like a book I can "become a part of," which I did while reading this. (I received no payment for this review except a free book.)

In Until My Name Is Known the Almighty sets out to reveal Himself to mankind. He takes both the Egyptians and the Hebrews from “Who is this God, that I should obey?” to “Surely this is the finger of God!” The great I Am clearly unveils His character, but wisely allows each one to choose whether or not they will honor His supremacy. Reading this account helped me step out of modern America into Egypt, 2450 B.C. and brought the Biblical Exodus to life. I think you, like me, will be uniquely compelled to view God through the eyes of the story characters as they stand in awe of His mighty miracles, wonder at His patient persistence, and grapple with questions about fairness and faith. I want to thank the author for the privilege of reviewing her book—I enjoyed it enough that I chose to purchase my own copy rather than accept the complimentary reviewer’s copy.

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Author of Biblical fiction, married to my best friend, and challenged by eight sons’ growing pains as I write about what matters.

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