She grew up in a world where women are seen as little more than property. She feels like a constant disappointment to her father and an outcast from society.
When she can’t find the love and acceptance she so desperately desires at home, she turns elsewhere. But even on the nights she doesn’t spend alone, she feels that much more empty in
Her heart is callous, but she still longs to be loved. Somewhere deep down she knows she was created for more. When she hears how Jesus treats women, she can’t help herself; she has to meet him face to face. She has to know what makes this man different from all the rest. “Her many sins have been forgiven, for she loved much. But he who is forgiven little loves little.”