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The Prince: Jonathan (Sons of Encouragement Book 3) (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Francine Rivers
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Behind the men who shaped history are the heroes who forever changed it. In The Prince, beloved author Francine Rivers illuminates the life of Jonathan.

In this new series of hardcover biblical novellas from beloved author Francine Rivers, each novella tells the story of one of five biblical men who stood behind the great heroes of the faith: Aaron the priest, Caleb the warrior, Jonathan the prince, Amos the prophet, and Silas the scribe. In the vein of the Lineage of Grace series, these books will entertain, challenge, and inspire, directing readers back to the Bible as the ultimate source of truth and hope.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen kuayanga 11. Mai 2015
Von Kuayanga
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Historical fiction around a biblical character, in the form of the biography of one character.
Francine Rivers did a marvelous job on stories of the five women in the genealogy of Jesus. Here she tries the same with the story of the tragical crown prince Jonathan who wanted the best and died tragically due to his father's stubbornness. Her story is based on good research and follows the steps of evangelical exegesis. Maybe the picture of Jonathan may be painted a slight bit too bright, an almost flawless character.
In a dialogue in this fiction, Jonathan presents the fact that an Israelite is only allowed to marry a person of his own tribe as being part of the Law of the Pentateuch. To my knowledge this is only the case for daughters who inherit their fathers' land because they have no brothers.
I am not aware of a stipulation of the Law that would forbid marriage outside of the own tribe border to other people.
The fact that Saul offers David the possibility to marry Mikal has also a place in his stragey to make alliances between the tribes and is not only as a snare to get rid of David by having him getting killed by Philistines is an interesting thought Rivers brings into the story. It fits well into the times and custums of the story.
Good fluent read. Looking at a character from a different, outside view is an interesting exercice even for people who know their Bible well.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Loyal to Scripture and intriguing plot! 20. Dezember 2005
Von Christian Book Previews - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The Prince by Francine Rivers tells the story of Jonathon, the son of Israel's first king, Saul. Taken straight from 1 Kings, embroidered with precision, biblical love, and a sanctified imagination, The Prince grips readers from first to last.

Unlike his father, who drifts into self and away from the Lord, Jonathan slowly, painfully learns to place the Lord first while he handles the rival loyalties engendered by his father and his friend, David. Jonathon's victorious battles with the Philistines, his deep love for those he befriends, his desperations and self-questionings, and his devotion to God, all lead to a denouement that is breathtaking, heartbreaking, and victorious.

Writing both secular and Christian novels, award-winning author Rivers adds another fascinating novel to her Sons of Encouragement Series. Starkly told, with complexities woven in seamlessly, The Prince provides a well-planned plot and deep character studies, as well as adventure, and understandable Christian concepts. This book concludes with a Bible study useful for both group and individual study.

Knowing the story of Jonathan from Bible study, I enjoyed The Prince for its loyalty to the Scripture, as well as its intriguing narration and plot. It will be enjoyed by capable young readers as well as High School through adult readers. - Donna Eggett, Christian Book Previews.com
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Back on Track! 19. Oktober 2006
Von Monty Rainey - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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In my review of the first book in this series by Francine Rivers, The Priest, I mentioned that I did not feel the book met the high bar Rivers has set for herself and hoped that other books in the series would show a return to her usual form. I have to say this book, THE PRINCE, is definitely a return to what I've grown to expect from this magnificent writer. The book is derived from the books of Samuel.

This book follows the life of Jonathan, son of Saul, friend of David. Although much of the story is told from Jonathan's viewpoint, this is a masterful chronicle of Saul's transgression from humble farmer to a hostile king consumed by his jealousy of David. Jonathan is accurately portrayed here as a man dedicated to The Law and we also see the beginnings of David's first transgression from God's path.

As we've come to expect, the battle scenes such as David's defeat of Goliath, are portrayed in exacting detail that will place the reader's minds' eye at the scene. And at only 200 pages, this novella is a very easy and fast read. That, however, is what I consider to be the books only short coming. It could have easily been a larger volume and gone into greater detail. For example, I would have liked to have seen Jonathan's wife, Rachel, developed further and given a larger role here.

But all in all, this is exactly what readers have come to expect from this gifted writer. Jonathan's story is certainly a treasure for us all, not just for his fierceness in defeating the Philistines, but more so for this constant dedication and unwavering devotion to God's Law.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Truly a Must Read!!!! 11. Oktober 2005
Von lms - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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She's done it again! God is truly taking Francine to another level. I love the way she has brought the characters of Jonathan, Saul, Samuel and David and to life. As many times as I have read the story of Saul in the old testament, I've not taken a closer look at Jonathan. Francine's master storytelling definitely make you want to go back to God's word and read it again with a whole new perspective. You can relate this story to your personal life also. I have every book she has written. Francine can't write fast enough! I can't wait until the release of the next book in the Novella series. May God continue to bless and anoint Francine Rivers.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A fast-paced exciting narrative 16. Dezember 2005
Von FaithfulReader.com - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Continuing with her third novella in her saga of biblical men, award-winning author Francine Rivers pens THE PRINCE, focusing on the life of King David's best friend Jonathan. It follows THE PRIEST (Aaron) and THE WARRIOR (Caleb) in the projected five-book Sons of Encouragement series.

If you're unfamiliar with the life of Jonathan, turn to 1 and 2 Samuel in the Bible. Israel is tired of letting God be their "king" and clamors for one of the men to be set up as a ruler over them. The wise prophet Samuel cautions that they'll be sorry, but God allows him to choose Saul, a handsome tall farmer, to be anointed king. The unhappy Saul (who initially has no desire to rule) cares little for God's law, but his young son Jonathan rather one-dimensionally has a passion for obeying God and following his word. But still he has questions. "...why didn't the Lord destroy their enemies? Why did He allow the Philistines to oppress them? If God still cared, why didn't he deliver them?"

Saul changes from a mild-mannered, rather cowardly farmer, to one who hacks his oxen to pieces (yes, it's in the Bible, but you won't see this story in a flannelgraph lesson). Once he's king, things move along a little better for Israel although we still don't understand much about what makes Saul tick. And sadly, Saul is still a tormented man. He can't sleep well at night. When a young shepherd boy, David, is brought in to play his harp for Saul to help him rest, it appears things might be redeemed.

When the well-known story of David's slaying of the giant Goliath takes place, jealousy pushes Saul completely over the edge. Although he arranged (reluctantly) a marriage between David and one of his daughters --- and David is now his son-in-law --- Saul eventually flies into a fit of rage and tries to kill him. This attitude toward David, who Saul eventually realizes will rule in his stead, continues until Saul himself is killed.

The story revolves around Jonathan, however: his troubled relationship with his father, Saul; his deep friendship with David; and the politics of Israel that will end in adultery, multiple wives, war, bloodshed, scheming, intrigue, and murder. It is also a story of the nation of Israel's selfishness, greed, and their turning away from the One who loves them the most. As Samuel tells Jonathan, "God does not abandon men, my son. Men abandon God."

There's not a lot of colorful details or character descriptions. Rivers relies mostly on dialogue to carry her tale. The reader is left with several questions about the characters. What makes Jonathan only care about obedience when his father does not? What was his relationship with his wife really like? What we get is a reasonably competent, yet sometimes lackluster story, even though all the material for a fast-paced, exciting narrative is in the scriptural text in abundance.

However, if you love Francine Rivers's novels, you'll want to add this to your collection of her books. Like other books in the Sons of Encouragement series (and her Lineage of Grace series about biblical women), a thorough set of discussion questions is included at the end of the book. Those who use the series as small group studies or with book clubs will find many interesting themes to investigate.

--- Reviewed by Cindy Crosby. [...].
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I love this book!!! 4. Oktober 2005
Von Jenn Franks - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This very well might be one of my new favorite books. I love how Francine Rivers takes familiar biblical stories and brings them to life like she has in this 3rd book in the Sons of Encouragement series. The previous books "The Priest" (the story of Aaron) and "The Warrior" (the story of Caleb) are also just as moving and inspiring. If you like this book, you should also read the "Lineage of Grace" series of the 5 stories of Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, Bathsheba, and Mary.
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