Gold Rush's Redeeming Love

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A Book that Everyone Should Read One of the best books I’ve ever read is titled Redeeming Love. The book is set in the 1850s during the Gold Rush. As a Christian woman, I find the theme of the book inspiring. There are many concepts to be taken from this book. Even in the darkest times of life, the Lord shows us his love, mercy, and forgiveness. How true love overcomes and endures through struggles and hard times. Also, it shows that women have come so far since the 1900s. These three themes make the book a need to read. Redeeming Love is written by a Christian author. She incorporates her Christian values and ideals into her story. The Lord is constantly showing his love and mercy for Sarah. She is the woman who keeps going back to prostitution…show more content…
It gets us through the hardest parts of our lives. The Lord would agree. “And now these three remain: faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love. 1 Corinthians 13:13”. Michael Hosea, the man who falls in love with Sarah, always tries to direct her in the right path and tries to love her the best he can. Over time, his love melts her cold heart of betrayal and she becomes a beautiful person physically and mentally. Michael’s love changes her into the person she always wanted to be.
Women’s rights and women’s abilities to do things have greatly increased from how they used to be. From having to sell our bodies to live, to now having the opportunity to do anything we set our mind to. Being able to vote or even having the chance to run as a candidate for U.S. president wasn’t something that was possible one hundred years ago. People reading Redeeming Love will have the understanding of how women were treated back then. It will give the readers a sense of appreciation.
Redeeming Love is my all time favorite book. Not only do you get to see the Lord move through people you also get to see how much women’s rights have changed. And how love can really make a difference in someone’s life. This book would open someones
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