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Corrie Ten Boom (Heroes of the Faith)
Corrie Ten Boom - Heroes of the Faith
Author: Sam Wellman
At the start of World War II Corrie ten Boom was, by all accounts an ordinary, middle-aged unmarried Dutch woman. At the conclusion of this world-shattering debacle, she had become a woman on a mission from God, a woman literally saved and transformed by the faith she had merely accepted. — Moved by the tragic plight of the Jews, the ten Booms co...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781557487292
ISBN-10: 1557487294
Publication Date: 10/1/1995
Pages: 208
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Publisher: Barbour Publishing
Book Type: Paperback
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A marvelous story of a remarkable woman. The story of an old maid duch lady who reached out to help the Jews in wartime Haarlem,Holland risking her life working with an underground group. She and her sister ultimately did time in a notorious concentration camp. Her love and concern for others, and her incredible forgiveness should speak to everyone.
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An easy-read about the life of Corrie Ten Boom, who also tells her story in The Hiding Place. This version is a good copy for newer readers who need to be introduced to this woman's moving story.
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