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A Mother's Eyes

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“Do not be afraid, Miriam, for you have found favor with Elohim.”

Miriam’s head spun with the implications of this, of what this would mean for her life, of what this would mean for her people. She couldn’t take it all in. But she’d have the rest of her life to learn how to deal with it, if she agreed to this. Could she agree to it? Still, if this was what Avinu Malkeinu de
Kindle Edition, 316 pages
Published (first published May 2nd 2011)
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A Retelling of Christ's Life Through A MOTHER'S EYES 1 3 May 19, 2011 04:06AM  
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