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Shepherd Warrior



SKU# 0816321612

By Bradley Booth

ISBN: 0816321612 | 128 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2006

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What is it like to go away and fight? David wondered. It seems like it should be exciting, but then again, going into battle must be terribly frightening too.

David glanced across the fire at his oldest brother, Eliab, who was sharpening his sword. Eliab looked like a soldier, with his leather armored vest and his spear stuck into the ground beside him. His jet black eyes looked stern, and his jaw muscles tightened as he gripped his sword in his strong, sinewy hand. As Eliab turned to leave, David jumped to his feet.

“Eliab?” David grinned excitedly. He was almost afraid to ask the question. “Do you think I could join the army sometime soon and fight with you and Abinadab and Shammah for the king?”

“You’re not old enough to fight, anyway, so you can get that notion out of your head! When you’re a grown man, then you can sign up. . . . And besides, if you leave, who will watch the sheep?”

As far as important jobs go, being a shepherd was just about the bottom of the heap. Most people hated the idea of being a shepherd. Sheep were smelly and stupid and totally unpredictable. But to forsake them? Never. David would rather spend endless days and cold nights caring for the sheep than to risk the life of even one sheep.

Come along! The journey is just beginning for the shepherd warrior.

Shepherd Warrior

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What is it like to go away and fight? David wondered. It seems like it should be exciting, but then again, going into battle must be terribly frightening too.

David glanced across the fire at his oldest brother, Eliab, who was sharpening his sword. Eliab looked like a soldier, with his leather armored vest and his spear stuck into the ground beside him. His jet black eyes looked stern, and his jaw muscles tightened as he gripped his sword in his strong, sinewy hand. As Eliab turned to leave, David jumped to his feet.

“Eliab?” David grinned excitedly. He was almost afraid to ask the question. “Do you think I could join the army sometime soon and fight with you and Abinadab and Shammah for the king?”

“You’re not old enough to fight, anyway, so you can get that notion out of your head! When you’re a grown man, then you can sign up. . . . And besides, if you leave, who will watch the sheep?”

As far as important jobs go, being a shepherd was just about the bottom of the heap. Most people hated the idea of being a shepherd. Sheep were smelly and stupid and totally unpredictable. But to forsake them? Never. David would rather spend endless days and cold nights caring for the sheep than to risk the life of even one sheep.

Come along! The journey is just beginning for the shepherd warrior.

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Pages 128
Author Bradley Booth
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Association
Language ENG
Book Group TRA
Title Alpha Shepherd Warrior
Title Catalog Shepherd Warrior
Catalog Name trade child
Author Code 1942
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Year Published 2006
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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Bradley Booth


Bradley Booth has taught in Adventist schools in the United States, West Africa, Russia, and Thailand and is currently a pastor in Rochester, Minnesota. Bradley has many interests which include writing, sports, archaeology, and family reunions. He and his wife Maribel have three children, and enjoy working with One Voice Youth Ministries, a men’s a cappella evangelistic group based in the Michigan Conference. Just like the heroes in this story, Dr. Booth’s mission in life is to stand up as a witness for Jesus in good times and bad.