The compelling story of Bathsheba and David as told by award-winning author Francine Rivers. Listeners will see the familiar biblical account unfold in a whole new light through the eyes of Bathsheba. This timeless story has contemporary meaning for today's listeners. A study on the biblical text is included for personal or group study.
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"Beautiful love story!"
Francine Rivers fills in the gaps of the Biblical story while stiring in an imaginative never told love story.
I appreciated the depths of honesty that Rivers expresses in the human flaw of not being able to forgive oneself.
The narration was good.
The Heart of Bathsheba
"Beauty and forgiveness"
Francine Rivers weaves scripture into beautiful novel of truth and intrigue. You learn to feel what it was like in the days of King David.
This book ranks high for many, many reasons.
God's love and forgiveness.
Yes. This book ranks as well as the other two I've listened to.
Nathan. Because he was an unwavering prophet.
Another first for Francine Rivers. I would love to meet this great, GREAT writer. :)
This is the fourth of the series I have read, and have enjoyed them all!!!
"AWESOME NEW INSIGHT!!!"
Even though I'd heard this story countless times, I have NEVER heard or even considered the perspective I got from this book! WOW!!! A classic Bible story now has become more profound and full of meaning and depth I didn't even know it possessed. Francine Rivers is truly gifted and has an amazing talent that clearly came directly from God!
Well narrated and well written. Also very biblical. Of course there are several assumptions made, but overall it stays very true to the scripture.
""Bathsheba" come to life!"
All of the books in this series are beautiful.
She has a special gift of changing her voice from a woman to a man, never confusing.
Yes, I could hardly put it down.
I admit I didn't listen past chapter three. The story line goes to far off the biblical version and I found this disturbing. The author has Bathsheba lusting after David before and while she is married to Uriah. I believe she loved Uriah very much and it must have been very difficult being married to the man who had her husband killed (if indeed she was aware). I was left very disappointed as the character pined for David from a very young age. Yuck!
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