By Corrie Ten Boom
In 1940, Corrie ten increase used to be residing along with her father and sister above their watch store in Haarlem, Holland-and while their nation used to be invaded, this devoutly Christian kin supplied sanctuary for persecuted Jews. earlier than lengthy, the Nazis captured Corrie and her relations. They have been despatched to a focus camp, the place Corrie misplaced either her sister and father. yet remarkably, all through this turbulent time, Corrie sustained the religion in God that helped her turn into the most cherished evangelists of her time.
Tramp for the Lord keeps Corrie ten Boom's remarkable trip of desire following the occasions acknowledged in her bestseller The Hiding Place. From her near-destitute days in postwar ny to heart-stopping adventures in Africa, Corrie's inspirational existence tale proves that miracles do occur.
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Acknowledgment of these verities and acceptance of their unalterable and, to my way of thinking, eternal realities should produce in us a true sense of both our place and our role in the "grand scheme of things" in this universe. Be we arrogant or humble, presumptuous or modest, stiff-necked or flexible, powerful or powerless, ego centered or other centered, self-serving or self-effacing, the life's journey common to all humanity is the same. Endowed with the possibility to shorten both our own journey as well as that of others, continually tantalized by the scientific possibility of lengthening that same journey, the result will always be the same: We are not God or gods; we will not live forever.
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Tramp for the Lord by Corrie Ten Boom