Best friends in their youth, King Manasseh and Joshua now find themselves as bitter enemies. The priests and Levites have fled from Israel to foreign Egypt. Manasseh continues to lead his country in pagan religions while Joshua and his followers cling to worshipping the true God. Can the faithful ones free their homeland from Manasseh's wicked reign before the Assyrians conquer their country? Joshua, angry with God for pardoning the man who killed his father and ruined his life, faces the ultimate test of his faith. How can he expect to receive God's forgiveness if he refuses to forgive Manasseh? Paper.
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