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The Hebrews call me prophetess the Egyptians a seer But I am neither I am simply a watcher of Israel and the messenger of El Shaddai When He speaks to me in dreams I interpret When He whispers a melody I singAt eighty six Miriam had devoted her entire life to loving El Shaddai and serving His people as both midwi. A treasure to be read than once this book is written with wisdom and insight of history culture and God s ways with his chosen people Miriam becomes a real woman caught up in Moses s life story and essential to his and Israel s survival A real person we can identify with but with inspirational faith

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Miriam: A Treasures of the Nile Novel

E cost Even if the Hebrews survive the plagues set to turn the Nile to blood and unleash a maelstrom of frogs and locusts can they weather the resulting fury of the Pharaoh Enter an exotic land where a cruel Pharaoh reigns pagan priests wield black arts and the Israelites cry out to a God they only think they know. This is another excellent read whichever way you wish to view it The story tells the other half of Moses story of what may have gone on with his family and the other slaves while he was gone for 40 years Mesu Williams has done a thorough job on researching information for this story and is a great writer I looked at this story not from not entirely as a biblical stand point but as a good story I look forward to reading her other books

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Fe and messenger Yet when her brother Moses returns to Egypt from exile he brings a disruptive message God has a new name Yahweh and has declared a radical deliverance for the Israelites Miriam and her beloved family face an impossible choice cling to familiar bondage or embrace uncharted freedom at an unimaginabl. One of the best books I ve read

10 thoughts on “Miriam: A Treasures of the Nile Novel

  1. says:

    The short take
    This was a fantastic read; rich in emotional and historical details and peppered with nuggets of spiritual insight. A must read for Biblical fiction lovers.

    Full review
    Israel’s exodus from Egypt has to

  2. says:

    A favourite genre I like to read is biblical fiction, and I especially like the novels by Mesu Andrews. I have recently finished reading her novel, “Miriam”.
    Her books always help me to understand about the history of the Bible and the cultural setting. When I read her books the Bible becomes alive to me. I also en

  3. says:

    A treasure to be read than once, this book is written with wisdom and insight of history, culture, and God's wa

  4. says:

    One of the best books I’ve read

  5. says:

    The book is in good condition considering it’s used! Have only just started reading it! It’s for my Book Group am enjoying what I’ve read so far!

  6. says:

    Brilliant this was my favorite

  7. says:

    This is the first book I have read by this author.
    Whether you are Christian and are familiar with the bible version of Exodus or not this story is engaging.
    Miriam is a prophetess and has always helped the enslaved Israelites interpret their dreams and helped them to understand God for decades but suddenly God has become silent to her and she is perplexed and frustrated.
    Moses is Miriam’s younger brother.
    A man who

  8. says:

    This is another excellent read; whichever way you wish to view it. The story tells the other half of Moses' story; of what may have gone on with his family and the other slaves while he was gone for 40 years. Mesu William

  9. says:

    Miriam, sister of Moses and Aaron, slave, herbalist, midwife, and prophetess is 86 years old and has experienced a close relationship with her El Shaddai. He speaks to her in dreams, His voice is on the wind, and she revels in their close relationship and the peace He brings to her mind. When Pharaoh sends for her to interpret his dreams, she doesn't fear, she rests in the strength in her El Shaddai and the knowledge that her life is in

  10. says:

    I really enjoyed the book. Makes you think and ask yourself questions that maybe you didn't know how to ask before. Enjoyed how realistic the struggle Miriam had with God. Our relationship with God is sometimes complicated. Especially, when the matter of trust comes up. Miriam has to trust that the God she has known all along is still the one she has to have a diff understanding of. Sometimes it's not about ask