How does Rowlandosn view herself and other Christians?

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She view herself as god testing her faith

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She views herself a very lucky person to have Christ's love for her. She says many times that she does not deserve God's love, and that He still kept her stong, alive, safe, and got her home to see her family. She views other Christians as friends, and that she needs them to help her grow as we all need good Christian friends.

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She feels that she and the Puritans have sinned and that is why God is punishing them. She's a contemporary of Winthrop and thus subscribes to the "city on the hill" metaphor. However, she feels that the punishments of her captivity are a manifestation of God's love for her - "whom the Lord loveth he chasteneth, and scourgeth every Son whom he receiveth."