Song Of The Nightingale Paperback
One Woman's True Story of Faith and Persecution in Eritrea
by Helen Berhane;
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Song Of The Nightingale
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A sobering, painful, heart-rending account of true faith in the face of evil, this book makes for uncomfortable and yet inspirational reading. Helen says, 'I want to give a message to those of you who are Christians and live in the free world: You must not take your freedom for granted. If I could sing in prison, imagine what you can do for God's glory with your freedom.' A real challenge for the church in the West in 2009.
Song Of The Nightingale by Helen Berhane was published by Authentic in September 2009 and is our 9582nd best seller. The ISBN for Song Of The Nightingale is 9781850788645.
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Song of the NightingaleGeorge Taylor, via The Good Book Stall
Song of the Nightingale is the story of Helen Berhane, a young Eritrean singer held captive because she refused to deny she was a Christian. Helen was arrested for preaching and singing on the steps of the large Catholic Church in Asmara, the capital of Eritrea. She was accused of anti-state activities and without trial was put into in a number of prisons, where the conditions under which she was held were dreadful and she was subjected to ferocious beatings and other ordeals. At no time did she deny her God and eventually she was helped to escape, firstly to the Sudan and then on to Denmark.
Helen Berhane's story is told simply, without rancour, and is an example of true faith.
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Details for Song Of The Nightingale
|Page last updated||27th May 2011|
|Author / Artist||Helen Berhane|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Authentic (September 2009)|
|Number of Pages||144|