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Grow in Grace

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Struggling with his emotions
Benjamin is determined to follow through
on his commitment to work as a grape-picker.

He knows he is running away. Deep inside, he is questioning his faith.

Life in Ephesus continues. The Cypriot brethren bombard the Apostle John with questions as he continues writing his memories which would become the Gospel of John.
Grieved and despairing, Deborah discovers she has no choice but to accept her parents’ plans.
The grape-picking season over, it is twelve weeks later when Benjamin returns.
Anxious about his reception by his mother and great-grandfather, his anxiety increases when he finds his father’s booth is now the booth of a cloth seller.
Fear and guilt assail him. Has his whole family been taken by the Romans?
A lot has happened in his twelve weeks away, and much more will happen.
Alexander has to deal with painful news at the same time as the Apostle John is arrested again.
John is refused food or water unless he makes the ‘act of worship’ to the Roman Emperor, Domitian and the brethren fear for the apostle’s safety as the days go on.
But God has a task for John which is not yet complete.

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