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Redeeming Love Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Twenty-five Summary

Francine Rivers
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Chapter Twenty-five Summary

Paul's effort's to drive Angel away continue, but Angel uses them to remind her that Michael loves her, and that she is not a harlot anymore. She begins to cling to Michael and he becomes all that matters to her. She begins to hear a voice telling her to come, but instead of worshiping Michael's God, she simply worships Michael.

When Elizabeth asks Angel to be her midwife, Angel is reminded of more unpleasant memories, as well as her own physical limitations. However, she agrees to the task, and becomes less concerned about it when Michael says that he will be there to help if something goes wrong. Angel's doubt is kindled slightly when Miriam comes over and wants to talk to Michael alone. Watching them together through the window, Angel can't help but be concerned. Michael reassures her that he loves Miriam only like...

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