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Author: John Sherrill,Corrie Ten Boom
ISBN13: 978-0800791032
Title: The Hiding Place
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Language: English
Category: Humanities
Publisher: Chosen Books Pub Co (September 1, 1984)

The Hiding Place by John Sherrill,Corrie Ten Boom

with ELIZABETH & JOHN SHERRILL. and Elizabeth and John Sherrill. Published by Chosen Books. a division of Baker Publishing Group. To pass the hours, and to keep discomfort at bay, I started reading another Corrie book, Life Lessons from the Hiding Place. At the age of 85, Corrie ten Boom was enduring flights like this one. and if she could do it, by the grace of God, so can I! It was all the inspiration and encouragement I needed for the grueling journey. Once again Corrie ten Boom had spoken.

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Corrie Ten Boom stood naked with her older sister Betsie, watching a concentration camp matron beating a prisoner. Oh, the poor woman, Corrie cried. May God forgive her, Betsie replied. Here is a book aglow with the glory of God and the courage of a quiet Christian spinster whose life was transformed by it. A story of Christ’s message and the courage woman who listened and lived to pass it along-with joy and triumph! Also by John Sherrill. See all books by John Sherrill. About Corrie Ten Boom. In the years since the closing chapter of this book, Corrie Ten Boom has traveled ceaselessly, carrying her message o. ore about Corrie Ten Boom. Oh, the poor woman," Corrie cried. May God forgive her," Betsie replied. And, once again, Corrie realized that it was for the souls of the brutal Nazi guards that her sister prayed. Corrie ten Boom "'There is sin in this world, and death and loss are consequences of that sin. But you know what? God feels it too. A story of Christ's message and the courage woman who listened and lived to pass it along-with joy and triumph! Результаты поиска по книге.

John and Elizabeth Sherrill, two American Christian authors, first heard about Corrie ten Boom while writing another book, God’s Smugglers. The subject of the biography, Brother Andrew, had travelled with Corrie during mission trips to Vietnam. She was a Dutch Christian who aided Jews during World War II. To a pair of biographers, the woman sounded too good to be true. Although the voice in The Hiding Place belongs to Corrie, she could not have written the piece without detail-oriented ghostwriters like John and Elizabeth Sherrill. The Sherrills filled in details, by interviewing people like Peter ten Boom and Meyer Mossel, Eusie, both of whom had excellent memories. They built the rest on photographs and visits to the physical locations.

The Hiding Place is a 1971 book on the life of Corrie ten Boom, written by ten Boom together with John and Elizabeth Sherrill.

These questions on The Hiding Place help reading groups think more deeply about Corrie Ten Boom's faith and experiences. These questions are designed to help book clubs work through the story and the ideas Corrie Ten Boom proposes about God and the Christian faith. Spoiler Warning: These questions reveal details from the story. Finish the book before reading on. Questions. Corrie writes in the first chapter, "Today I know that such memories are the key not to the past, but to the future. I know that the experiences of our lives, when we let God use them, become the mysterious and perfect preparation for the work He will give us to do" (17)

by Corrie ten Boom, Elizabeth Sherrill, and John Sherrill. A groundbreaking book that shines a clear light on one of the darkest moments of history (Philip Yancey). A Dutch family risked everything to shelter Jews during the Nazi occupation - but were sent to a concentration camp upon discovery. featured on BookBub on March 08, 2019. Publisher Description. Every experience God gives u. .is the perfect preparation for the future only He can see. -Corrie ten Boom.

Corrie ten Boom's account of her amazing family's experiences during the German occupation of Holland reveals her indomitable Christian faith
Reviews: 7
I was absolutely absorbed by this book. I looked forward to every time I picked it up to read. I must start by saying that I am Jewish and absolutely do NOT share the religious views of Corrie Ten Boom. But, this story is so engrossing and moving that my religious views were irrelevant. This is the remarkable story of a remarkable family that literally laid their lives out to save Jews in Holland during WWII. These are people I wish I could hug. Don't be put off by the religious views expressed. Those views caused heroic people to show mercy and empathy in the most brutal period in recent history. The views were not preachy. I only wish that I could do something good for any person that would give respect for the wonderful people in this story.
Nothing in the description informs the reader that this is an abridged version. Many key parts have been cut and section edited and changed so that they read dramatically differently. I ended having to re-buy the other version (the 35th anniversary one) so I could have the entire book.
I have read this book probably 6 times over the course of my life. You think I’d be tired of it by now. Not only do I love reading it and getting something new from it each time, I make sure I have a copy on hand to give out to others. Yes, it is that good. It is a true story of a tragic time in the history of mankind. It details the love, warmth and courage of a family of three; an elderly father and his two spinster daughters who risk everything to save their Jewish neighbors and strangers alike from the Nazi death camps. Read this book! You will not regret it!
Where to begin when it comes to "The Hiding Place" by Corrie ten Boom? I sit here at a loss for words because I know that nothing I can say will begin to display the emotions and thoughts swirling around in my mind. Ms. Boom's story touched a piece of me so deeply, I'm afraid that I will never be the same now. Seeing what she saw, hearing what she heard, things such as these will forever be with me.

There are so many things that I have learned when it comes to this story, I would like to state just a few of them here below- not enough to give anything in this story away, but enough to draw you in so that you will want to read what this marvelous woman has to say.

"There is no pit so deep that God's love is not deeper still." -Casper ten Boom passed on by Corrie.
"'But,' she said, 'this is what the past is for! Every experience God gives us, every person He puts in our lives is the perfect preparation for a future that only He can see.'" -Corrie ten Boom
"'There is sin in this world, and death and loss are consequences of that sin. But you know what? God feels it too. Every tear we cry? God sheds it too. He hurts with us because He loves us.' Her voice grew soft. 'I felt Him, Trent. When I was all alone, my shoulders shaking from grief, I felt His arms wrap around me and His peace embrace me, and I knew. I wasn't alone, He was with me.'" -Corrie ten Boom

I cannot began to express to each of you enough the need to read this book at least once in your life time. Please, I promise you, you will not be the same after. You will laugh with Corrie, cry with Corrie, cry out with Corrie in the pain she had to endure, but most importantly God will touch your heart with the miracles He provided her with through all of this. Just take a chance, go back into history a little ways with Ms. Boom, you won't be disappointed.
Whether you are Jew, Christian, Catholic or pagan, this book of history is enlightening for your journey. There are spiritual mentions that shouldn't keep you from reading this book. Just as you would sit respectfully in front of an aunt at a Holiday feast listening politely to a tale, so shall you listen to this one in all its entirety. Every story should be heard. Tin Boom's story holds your attention from concert to cover, bringing you along as if you feel sorrow and joy along side. Encourage others to read it like I was encouraged to read it. Pass history on so that love is spread no matter what religion you are.
Hǻrley Quinn
I love to read. I have a broad range of interests and enjoy many different genres. I was skeptical about this book before I read it because it is often on suggested reading lists for young readers and as such I thought it might lack depth and complexity you often find missing in books written for younger readers. And WOW! Was I pleasantly surprised! You will walk away a changed person, a better person and more compassionate and grateful person for having read this book.
It's taken me 6 decades to finally get around to reading Corrie ten Boom's remarkable story. I'm in awe at Corrie's honesty in her weakness, but more in the faith in both Corrie and her sister,Betsy, that sustained them through atrocities I can only imagine....A faith that even enabled them to find joy in fleas! Reading this story has certainly put my own difficulties into perspective and has inspired me to look so much more closely at my own faith. I am truly grateful that I have been so blessed, but I know now that I have to trust God more in every aspect of my life. Thank you, Corrie ten Boom, for sharing your story and for sharing the love of God with a very dark world.
Riveting true story of occupied Holland during WWII. Could not put down, though I knew the unspeakable would occur. A good reminder for today of how fascism starts: First the "state" controls the media and commerce, then bullying comes, with rationing, brutality, curfews, disappearances, genocide. But the hatred, oppression and unspeakable crimes against humanity did not stop the love and good works of this extremely talented, intelligent and faithful family. Their love, their story, and the Resistance, has survived. With many family photos that remind one of one's own relatives only a generation or so ago, and make the story unquestionably come to life. An excellent, excellent read for lovers or history, mystery, or human drama.