A Story of Sin and the Redemption That All Christians Have Through Jesus Christ
Release Date: June 30, 2015
Published By: Tate Publishing
Book Genre: Christian Fiction
About The Story
Adina was a proper Jewish girl. She was young and in love with Yeichiel, who was a thief and a drunkard. In order to keep her away from Yeichiel, her greedy father sold her into an unwanted marriage to Eleazar. Eleazar was filthy rich and more than willing to pay a hefty bride price for beautiful Adina's hand in marriage.
Adina finds herself in a world she never imagined, married to a man she doesn't love. As the third wife in a small harem, she finds herself longing for her true love, Yeichiel, and
and eventually the affections for other men.
Soon Adina's indulgent life of sin leaves her broken and ashamed. She cries out to the God of her childhood who she believes could never forgive her for her sins. Confused and desperate for love, she is eventually caught in an act of adultery and captured by Roman soldiers and the pious Pharisees. She is brought before Jesus with the demand that she be stoned to death. See below to learn more about this riveting story!
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