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  • Haley Bingham

    Redeeming Love, another good book from Francine Rivers!

  • Tiffany Isham

    Redeeming Love- by Francine Rivers. Definitely a book worth reading. A heart twisting story based off of Hosea written in an enjoyable and understandable way. God is always waiting for us to come back to him.

  • Blue Rose

    "Redeeming Love" by Francine Rivers - This is a FABULOUS, amazing book! Must read!

  • Emmalee Coppedge

    christian books worth reading. (Redeeming Love is my FAVORITE book ever!)

  • Hope Community Church

    "Redeeming Love" is an amazing fictional book by Francine Rivers based on the book of Hosea, which serves as a reminder of God's unconditional love for His people.

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