Even after the darkest night comes the Dawnlight – Kacy Barnett-Gramckow

Deb’s Dozen: 12-Word Summaries – Dawn changed the world. Jeshua touched many lives despite the Adversary’s actions.

Elisheba loved her husband, Joseph, but she adored her son, Benjamin. Her husband was a follower of Rabbi Jeshua – a danger belief in these trying times in Jerusalem. Word had just come that Herod had beheaded the Immerser – the Baptist, John. If Joseph’s father, the Lord Pallu knew of his son’s beliefs, they would be disowned and discarded!

A trip to Capernaum to hear Master Iesous, as Joseph’s friends named him in Greek, would have to wait – the time was too dangerous. Elisheba was disappointed – she had long planned on the journey – she’d wanted to hear this Iesous who had her husband so entranced.

So starts a time of trial for them all: for Joseph, a debilitating, dangerous illness; for Elisheba, an all out effort to maintain her reputation; for their friends, Stephanos, and Kore, and Eran, beloved servant, a time of secrecy and silence.
But after even the darkest night, the dawnlight comes!

You will want to read this novella by Kacy Barnett-Gramckow. After reading the story, you will have a new appreciation for the times surrounding the ministries of John the Baptist and Jesus. You will laugh and weep, and laugh again – for the dawnlight comes!

As her Amazon bio states, “Kacy Barnett-Gramckow is the author of Dawnlight, a Biblical Novel inspired by Matthew 27:52-53, as well as Moody Publisher’s THE GENESIS TRILOGY: The Heavens Before, He Who Lifts the Skies, and A Crown in the Stars. Kacy also writes Christian Fantasy Fiction.”

Kacy and her husband, Jerry, live in Colorado. Kacy loves to research and masterfully weaves her research into her wonderful worlds of fiction. She is one author whose works you will want to collect, read and reread! THE GENESIS TRILOGY is also incredible and will give you a better appreciation for the Biblical characters portrayed therein.

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