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The Hiding Place

by Corrie ten Boom

Every expe­ri­ence God gives us … is the per­fect prepa­ra­tion for the future only He can see.” — Cor­rie ten Boom

Cor­rie ten Boom was a Dutch watch­mak­er who became a hero­ine of the Resis­tance, a sur­vivor of Hitler’s con­cen­tra­tion camps, and one of the most remark­able evan­ge­lists of the twen­ti­eth cen­tu­ry. In World War II she and her fam­i­ly risked their lives to help Jews and under­ground work­ers escape from the Nazis, and for their work they were test­ed in the infa­mous Nazi death camps. Only Cor­rie among her fam­i­ly sur­vived to tell the sto­ry of how faith ulti­mate­ly tri­umphs over evil.

Here is the riv­et­ing account of how Cor­rie and her fam­i­ly were able to save many of God’s cho­sen peo­ple. For 35 years mil­lions have seen that there is no pit so deep that God’s love is not deep­er still. Now The Hid­ing Place, repack­aged for a new gen­er­a­tion of read­ers, con­tin­ues to declare that God’s love will over­come, heal, and restore.

1971

Recommendations

A ground­break­ing book that shines a clear light on one of the dark­est moments of history.
Philip Yancey, Author of The Jesus I Never Knew

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