The Source; a Novel - The Voice of Gomer, pp. 333-373 Summary & Analysis

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The Voice of Gomer, pp. 333-373 Summary

Over the centuries, the Hebrews face reprisals from Yahweh for their behavior. The year is now 606 B.C.E. and Makor has changed. Hoopoe's wall is all but crumbled. The descendent of the Family of Ur is now Jeremoth, who is a Canaanite. A woman named Gomer lives at the other end of town.

One day, while fetching water, a voice tells Gomer to take her son, Rimmon, to Jerusalem. Gomer talks to her son about the idea. The voice of Yahweh tells her again the next day that Rimmon must go to Jerusalem. She promises Yahweh that she will do so after finishing sewing a white dress for Jeremoth's daughter. She feels that her son has been chosen for some task but she does not know what.

Rimmon finds out from Jeremoth...

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