The Persian Prince and The Man of God is an exciting and gripping story about two very different historical characters involved in empire building, miracles of God, historic battles, romances, and miraculous escapes; this book will take you there. The scene is one familiar today-Iraq, Iran, Turkey and Israel, only the timeframe is different, 600 B.C. and most countries had different names-Babylon, Medo-Persia, and Lydia.
Into this scene two babies were born. One was almost apawn in a power struggle, which nearly cost him his life; the other, raised a devout Jew trained to assist the king of Israel, was whisked away to pagan Babylon by king Nebuchadnezzar. This book tells the amazing and adventurous story of how each one climbed to the top while facing death defying obstacles.
Did these two remarkable contemporaries ever meet? History is unclear about this, but the book brings the story to a fascinating and memorable ending-showing how both were used to accomplish Godís will.