This is a work of fiction, not meant to be biographical or completely historical. It is based on selected Biblical events and characters. There are other characters in the story who have no relation to anyone alive or gone. The intent of this is to encourage everyone who reads it to have hope. This story is cast from the eyes of Mary Magdalene - called Miryam in Hebrew. There is no definitive, historical evidence convicting Miryam of being a prostitute, yet the reputation exists to this day. She has been painted with a very negative brush. However, her story goes much deeper than the label "harlot". This is a story of the transformational power of love, specifically the love of God toward his children, and the personal touch of Jesus. Interaction with Jesus changes people. Bible verses have been woven in as part of the story and have been left in-tact. The words of Jesus are directly from the Bible and have not been altered.
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