In Rebel Hands Paperback
The True Story of How God Spoke to a Group of Kidnapped Missionaries in the Jungles of Mozambique
by Trish Perkins;
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In Rebel Hands
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In Rebel Hands by Trish Perkins was published by Sovereign World in September 2009 and is our 28313th best seller. The ISBN for In Rebel Hands is 9781852405045.
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In Rebel HandsMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
‘During a moonlit night in Mozambique, six missionaries and an eighteen-month-old girl were abducted at gun-point from their mission base and medical clinic, near Gondola, by heavily armed guerrilla soldiers of the Mozambique National Resistance Movement (MNR). Together their captives marched them for three months relentlessly over five hundred kilometres’
The description on the back of the book sets out what happened in 1987, but that is not by any means the whole story.
Trish Perkins tells in sometimes harrowing detail exactly what that abduction and the following forced march meant to the individuals concerned and to the group as a whole. Trish and her husband Roy had an abiding love for Mozambique and its people and were absolutely certain that the Lord meant them to be there, and that He was using this harsh experience to hone them into the people He wanted them to be.
At times you wonder how they could have kept going. They had injuries and illnesses that in normal circumstances would have laid them low and needing nursing care, but miraculously they all endured the hardships and survived the many ordeals.
I read the whole book with a sense of awe and wonder. At times a dificult read, but inspiring and well worth while reading.
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Details for In Rebel Hands
|Page last updated||25th December 2014|
|Author / Artist||Trish Perkins|
|Publisher||Sovereign World (September 2009)|
|Number of Pages||416|