There is one who seeks to take his fate and future into his own hands. One who has waged war against God, and has even used God’s greatest creation, mankind, to help him win this war. His name is Lucifer; he is a fallen angel who desires to become god. However, he is the creation and can never be the creator. He is merely apart of a Devine Plan, and in time will face Devine judgment. But until that time, Lucifer will rally as many as he can to his cause, and all of mankind will be forced to choose whom they will serve: God or Lucifer. The Curse of Tell es-Sultan is the beginning of an epic saga about a British family’s quest into the Holy Land in the early twentieth century. It's a quest that will take this family across the Middle East to discover adventure, the importance of family, and the close link between history and the Bible. They will toil to survive imperial armies, espionage, angelic and demonic powers, and even their own ambition. The Wilkins family will bear witness to the ongoing struggle between the Devine and the Fallen, and will be forced to choose which side they will serve.