Redeeming Love - Chapter Two Summary & Analysis

Francine Rivers
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Chapter Two Summary

Michael Hosea is in Pair-a-Dice selling his fresh vegetables to Joseph Hochschild when he sees Angel for the first time. He is struck by her beauty and her graceful composure as she walks down the street and he cannot stop looking at her. As she passes him, he hears the Lord speak to him, saying, "This one, beloved." At first, Michael is pleased by this, but when he asks Joseph about her, he is confused by the details of her profession. He thinks he may have misunderstood God's message, because why would he be told to marry a prostitute? In his conversation with Joseph, he learns that meeting Angel will be an expensive process, costing him most of the gold he is earning in his vegetable sale. He says he will spend the money on cattle instead, but does drive by the brothel on his...

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