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A biographical saga of a Hebrew Christian family tossed by all kinds of national and personal storms, yet always emerging on the crest of each menacing wave, as if carried by the hand of a merciful God and the force of their faith. It is a pilgrim story of real people whose lives were marked by a two-fold stigma and a two-fold privilage - that of being Jews as well as believers in the Messiah of Israel, Jesus.
|LC Classifications||BV2622.S5 B8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||56017705|
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