Miriam: Repentance and Redemption in Rome
Miriam is about love.
We often hear the phrase “God is love” but don’t truly grasp the depth of that love. We are inundated with secular messages about what “love” should look like—and often our God just doesn’t seem to measure up. After all, how can a God of love allow trials and tragedy into our lives? Miriam’s story invites us to discover that God’s love is actually found in the heart of our trials and tragedies. It is there that His mercy and grace exist and where we come to know the true definition of love.
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