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Tramp for the Lord
Tramp for the Lord
Author: Corrie ten Boom with Jamie Buckingham
Meet Corrie ten Boom self-styled "tramp for the Lord" are the opening words to a two-paragraph description on the back cover of this paperback book with yellow covers and pictures on front and back of Corrie. This book is the sequel to "The Hiding Place" and it records the 20 years of her traveling worldwide after WWII to share the love of Jesus...  more »
ISBN: 270481
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 193
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Publisher: Christian Literature Crusade and Fleming H. Revell Company
Book Type: Paperback
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Lovely book. A great (true) study of a life spent learning to forgive. Corrie ten Boom became a Christian missionary (a "tramp for the lord") following her imprisonment in a German concentration camp during WWII. She tells the story of her captivity and her subsequent years travelling the world in small chapters, each one describing the small miracles she's witnessed, or the people she's encountered who craved her message. He tone is gentle and sweet, her message huge and important. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.

**** Four stars!


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