The author brilliantly tells the story of Rahab, a woman of ill repute, who through her strong faith courageously risked her life to fulfill her calling. This is one of Francine Rivers' five novellas about women who made a difference for eternity. I love how the author tells gripping chracterizations of people in the bible.
Second in this series, this one is about Rahab. Rahab is a key person in the battle of Jericho and because of her faith and support, she married an Israelite and became one of them. Like the Bible itself, Rivers doesn't gloss over the grittier parts of the story, but pulls them together into a moving account. Rahab is unashamed because she has been forgiven.
A super series...highly recommend.
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