Meg Duly’s newly released “The Ox, the Horn, and the Sheaf” is an educative fictional story of the untold lives of the lost tribes of Israel

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“The Ox, the Horn, and the Sheaf” from Christian Faith Publishing author Meg Duly is an intriguing narrative that chronicles the unaccounted history of Israel’s lost tribes.

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“The Ox, the Horn, and the Sheaf”: a galvanizing account of Israel’s lost tribes and their symbols that marked their glory and splendor during biblical times. “The Ox, the Horn, and the Sheaf” is the creation of published author Meg Duly, a clinical social worker.

Duly shares, “The ox, the horn, and the sheaf are symbols of tribes belonging to descendants of the biblical patriarch Jacob. In 723 BCE, Assyria concurred the northern Jewish kingdom of Israel, and at that point, all history of those folks vanished. In her book, Meg theorizes with fictional characters what may have happened to at least two of the lost tribes. We go back and forth in time and meet (also fictional) archaeologists who find clues as to the adventures of our wandering Israelites. We pick up other folks along the way who have vanished from history to weave a tale of adventure and intrigue.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Meg Duly’s new book contains a captivating story that will pique the readers’ interest with the significance of Israel as a nation and legacy.

This book exudes with knowledge and vibrant circumstances that paint an awe-inspiring picture of the Israel of the past and how their rich culture is perpetuated over time through the Bible and archaeological relics.

View the synopsis of “The Ox, the Horn, and the Sheaf” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “The Ox, the Horn, and the Sheaf” at traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “The Ox, the Horn, and the Sheaf,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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