The Hiding Place Paperback
She risked everything for the sake of others...
by Corrie Ten Boom;
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The iconic life of Corrie Ten Boom is a powerful testament to remaining faithful in times of immense persecution and struggle.
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The Hiding Place
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As the Nazi madness swept across Europe, a quiet watchmaker's family in Holland risked everything for the sake of others, and for the love of Christ. Despite the danger and threat of discovery, the ten Boom family courageously offered shelter to persecuted Jews during the Nazi occupation of Holland. Then a trap brought about the family's arrest. Could God's love shine through, even in Ravensbruck?
An inspiring story and a timeless classic, Corrie ten Boom recounts how her family hid Jewish families from the Nazis during the second World War before they were trapped and arrested by the authorities. Could God be in this situation?
This new edition highlights the value of this book in showing how the love of God shines into even the darkest places.
The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom was published by Hodder & Stoughton in November 2004 and is our 683rd best seller. The ISBN for The Hiding Place is 9780340863534.
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Does the new edition still have photographs I'm it please? I recently bought the special limited edition to find there weren't any photos in that publication. This is a gift for school and visual aids are important with the written word! Thanks.
Details for The Hiding Place
|Author / Artist||Corrie Ten Boom|
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton (November 2004)|
|Number of Pages||224|
|Page last updated||28th December 2016|