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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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    Great book! I couldn't put it down!

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    Love this book!!!

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  • Ashley Cristina 💙

    I just finished this book last night! I began it hardly a week ago! I couldn't put it down. I cried if happiness and I laughed wile crying. My new favorite book. I love this author,I read Her Mothers Hope and Her Daughters Dream last year,I loved them,but this one is the best I have ever read!

  • C. Rowley

    So true! Hands down the best Christian fiction author out there!

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Faith is the keyword here......amazing book......Corrie Ten Boom is an inspiration to all of us.

scores and sonnets. every day she would gather all the books she owned but had yet to read, pile them outside on a blanket, and take them in again every night.