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Inspiring Voices, 2013.
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Sarah V. Jacober., & Sarah V. Jacober|AUTHOR. (2013). The Refuge. Inspiring Voices.

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    [synopsis] => Accused of murder, Joel fled from Bethlehem to Hebron, an ancient Judean city of refuge appointed for the Israelites. There he met Sarah, the priests daughter, and later Seth, the man he allegedly had killed! Both men were judged in court and sentenced to remain in the city until the priests death. How he died remained a mystery, but automatically the two men were free to return to their homes in Bethlehem. Because they each wanted to marry Sarah, shocking events followed: abduction, rescue, a crippling accident, repentance, forgiveness, and love.
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