The Messianic Times Book of the Month: Naomi, the Rabbi’s Wife

01 June 2015 Written by 

The Messianic Times' Book of the Month for June is Miriam Finesilver's "Naomi, the Rabbi's Wife."

Throughout the month of June, all the readers of The Messianic Times can read the first chapter of Miriam Finesilver's book for free.

Naomi's acting career was soaring––until she became pregnant. Her boyfriend told her, "You know what to do––think about your career." Yet after Naomi complied with his wishes, she found her career was the last thing she could think about.

Can a moment in time cause a human soul to collapse? A choice was made. A wound etched into the heart. What was promised as the way to be free was a lie she chose to believe.

Then the unexpected happens––love––in the form of Rabbi Dan. They call it b'sheirt, the fingerprints of divine providence. Now that Naomi has found true love, will her secret be safe? Will her recurring nightmares finally cease? And when she finds true forgiveness, what will be the cost?

Walk with Naomi through the world of theatre, life as a rabbi's wife, and ultimately to Jerusalem's Wailing Wall.

Rabbi Michael Wolf states that, "Naomi, the Rabbi's Wife," by Miriam Finesilver, is an amazing book and a joy to read. It's incredibly well-written, and the story draws the reader in from the first page. I fell in love with the characters...from Naomi, to Daniel, to Naomi's counselor Melinda. Even the characters who aren't so lovable, like the theater producer Gary, are fascinating. I recommend Naomi, the Rabbi's Wife to anyone who is searching for powerful, inspiring literature."

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