February 23, 2016


On the opening pages of Miriam, the latest book by Mesu Andrews, the author describes a scene that will give you a glimpse of what the life of a Hebrew might have been like in the days when they lived as slaves in Egypt!

Eighty-six-year-old Miriam, sister of Moses, is suddenly standing before the great Pharoah Ramesses.  The Pharoah had been insisting that Miriam come and interpret the dreams that have been plaguing him night after night.  The meaning of these dreams had been revealed to Miriam in her own dreams from El-Shaddai.  Now standing before this great Pharoah, Miriam shares these truths with him!

So begins this age-old story as Mesu Andrews tells this tale again in a fresh new way, all the way to its conclusion with God leading His chosen people to freedom between the walls of the water of the Red Sea!

I received this book from Waterbrook Press in exchange for my unbiased review.