Redeeming Love Hardback
by Francine Rivers;
A Bird's Eye View
Francine Rivers uses her powers of storytelling to recount the Biblical story of Hosea through the characters of Hosea and Angel in this roller-coaster love story that reflects the unchanging nature of God's love for His people.
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Best-selling author Francine Rivers skillfully retells the biblical love story of Gomer and Hosea in a tale set against the exciting backdrop of the California Gold Rush. The heroine, Angel, is a young woman who was sold into prostitution as a child. Michael Hosea is a godly man sent into Angel's life to draw her into the Savior's redeeming love. This remarkable novel has sold over a million copies globally and has been a fixture on the CBA bestsellers list for nearly a decade. A six-part reading guide, suitable for individual use or group discussion, is included in this best-selling novel.
Story Behind the Book
"Writing Redeeming Love was a form of worship for me. Through it, I was able to thank God for loving me even when I was defiant, rebellious, contemptuous of what I thought being a Christian meant, and afraid to give my heart away. I had wanted to be my own god and have control of my life the way Eve did in the Garden of Eden. Now I know to be loved by Christ is the ultimate joy and fulfillment. Everything in Redeeming Love was a gift from the Lord: plot, characters, theme. None of it is mine to claim."
Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers was published by Waterbrook Multnomah in January 2007 and is our 17087th best seller. The ISBN for Redeeming Love is 9781601420619.
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Details for Redeeming Love
|Page last updated||19th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Francine Rivers|
|Publisher||Waterbrook Multnomah (January 2007)|
|Number of Pages||479|