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MP3CD audiobook format in vinyl case Written by Corrie ten Boom with Jamie Buckingham Read by Wanda McCaddon This moving story begins where Corrie s beloved bestseller The Hiding Place ended This modest woman, who was also one of the most remarkable evangelists of our time, shows that miracles really do happen Her own life was living proof After her release from a concentration camp, Corrie ten Boom set out to become what she called a tramp for the Lord, traveling around the world at the direction of God and proclaiming his message everywhere Throughout her life long experiences, she learned a few lessons in God s great classroom, which she here shares with listeners Corrie introduces us to her former prison guard, who asks her for forgiveness a war crippled lawyer with a soul as twisted and deformed as his limbs a travel agent who learned that her ultimate destination could not be found on any map a missionary mother whose unwanted babe ended up saving her life All these touchingly human vignettes from her life and travels are intertwined with the unique teaching truth that sustained Corrie ten Boom throughout her days....

Title : Tramp for the Lord
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ISBN : 0800707699
Format Type : Audio Book
Language : English
Publisher : Fleming H Revell Co October 1, 1975
Number of Pages : 279 Pages
File Size : 563 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Tramp for the Lord Reviews

  • AvidReader
    2019-04-09 09:50

    This is one of those rare books that was just really powerful to read. This is the true story of Corrie Ten Boom. How her and her family hid people in their homes during the darkest days of World War IIā€”until they were betrayed and arrested.

  • Mamasita
    2019-04-04 02:46

    This is a story of Corrie's precarious, dangerous life and how God protected her as she obeyed and served Him faithfully. Through many years in the concentration camps, enduring horrendous treatment and conditions, she faithfully shared the Gospel. When she was finally set free from prison she traveled the world sharing her story and the amazing miracles God performed in her life as well as others. Fascinating book! The seller shipped the book more quickly than expected and the book was in like new condition. Thank you!

  • Stone Hill
    2019-04-26 04:41

    This book really shows Biblical principals at work! Each chapter is talking about a Biblical verse and what Corrie learned about that verse while out on the road. Real world application that you can use in your own walk. This book was used to show me bitterness that I had been hanging onto. Even more then that it reminded me how to Biblically to deal with it. She does not portray herself upon a pedestal, she talks about her times when she fell on her head and when she had doubts. She talks about those times when she messed up, and how God dealt with her. There is a bunch of Bible in this book and I like how she takes it all back to the Word.

  • it's me
    2019-04-03 08:53

    After reading The Hiding Place again - I had read it maybe 30 years ago - I just had to read this one about Corrie's travels and witness to a thirsty world. It was wonderful to hear how she spoke to others about her experiences in the concentration camps and the faithfulness of God in delivering her from so many awful situations. A reviewer mentioned that Corrie sounded self-righteous. I could not disagree more. She tells of her errors, misjudgments and regrettable actions. She tells the truth. She is such a fine example of forgiveness and hearing what the Lord did in her heart when she obeyed and forgave was so encouraging. I look forward to reading more books about her and her 5 silent years at the end as well as life in her father's house. It's a wonderful read for any Christian and terrific for anyone as yet unbelieving.

  • JesusGeek
    2019-04-02 08:32

    Very (very) inspiring book. The kind worth reading again and again. Absolutely loved it!

  • av3nger (Trevor)
    2019-04-24 09:49

    Fun fact: Ironically, I bought this book on Corrie's birthday. (April 15).