Midwives of Moses – Jenifer Jennings – Biblical Fiction Author

Midwives of Moses

Midwives of Moses
Series: Faith Finders Series, Book 1

A god asked Puah to kill. That went against her faith.
Her own God asked her to walk away. That went against her calling.

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Until she is ordered by Pharaoh to kill newborn Hebrew males, Puah thought she had an easy profession. If she obeys, it means the deaths of untold innocents. If she doesn’t, it means her death.

Moses, one of the hidden babies who was adopted by the Princess, is being groomed to take over. When he denies his right to rule and mistakenly kills an Egyptian, he is forced to flee into the desert. Forty years later, he returns as the instrument of God.

With her medical training and passion for helping pregnant women, Puah places herself in the heart of hell on earth as the intensity of plagues increases.

After the last plague falls, she must make the decision to stay in Egypt or face the unknown wilderness. Puah’s heart has always been for the women of Egypt. How can she obey God to walk away from them in their greatest hour of need? She can only make the choice once and morning won’t wait.

"Oh my. Jennifer, you have earned a place among my fav Biblical fiction authors. I loved this book so much- every aspect of it was so well thought and developed! But, the thing that kept me reading and reading was Jennifer’s talent at storytelling."
"This was a very interesting take on the story of Moses and the ten plagues told from the perspective of the two midwives mentioned in Exodus 1:15-21. I loved the writing, it was easy to fall into. I loved the characters and how they all meshed, contrasted and also made sense for the times. My second read from Jenifer and I'm hooked!"
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