The Gospel of John tells us Jesus loved him and the Lord wept over the loss of his friend. What we cannot glean from the Gospels is how Jesus and Lazarus came to know each other.
They share a love for God, each in his unique way. Yeshua's way is somewhat of a puzzle to Lazarus, as he puts it; "I was from the traditional school of Jewish teachings; Yeshua was from his own school." Yeshua's unorthodox pronouncements strain their friendship.
Journey with Lazarus as his life intertwines with the life of Yeshua of Nazareth. The two boys grow-up in an occupied state. They live a dangerous world.
Discover both the personal and spiritual journey of the Man from Bethany, who thought he knew the Man from Nazareth.
Two men, two deaths, two resurrections. Enemies of the truth seek to destroy them both.
In their own words, Jesus (Yeshua) and Pontius Pilate reveal their side of the story that changed human history.
This is a spiritual journey like no other. Betrayed and deserted by most of his disciples Yeshua encounters a kind centurion.
Unconvinced of Yeshua's guilt, Pontius Pilate, faced with a belligerent High Priest, gambles Yeshua's life and loses.
Pilate finds himself alone in the Praetorium with Yeshua's bloody footprints. He is shaken when he discovers that Yeshua healed his son. He is unprepared for the greatest miracle of all. His journey to the truth begins amid the lies and deceit around him. Yeshua is not about to give up on the man who sent him to the cross.
What will it take to bring Pontius Pilate to his knees? A wife and son who believe in the resurrected Lord? A centurion who refused to lie? A life restored or death at the hands of the Emperor?
Forgiveness and mercy follow the Prefect of Judea to his own trial.
A homeless man wanders into Vatican City in search of food and shelter. He makes a couple of friends, a fellow street person by the name of John and Papa, who embraces him. But not everyone is friendly.
Ann writes Christian Fiction stories about people from the Gospels. She has published "Lazarus of Bethany" and "Feast of Pontius Pilate" . She has also penned a short story "Yes".
Throughout all her stories is one figure - Yeshua (Jesus). Ann has also published non-fiction inspirational ebooks on Amazon