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The Years Before the Hiding Place by Corrie ten Boom
OVER 50 PHOTOS, enhanced with drawings and bordered Scriptures
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This book is also available in the following sets:
Protecting Your Children - 5 Pack
In My Fathers House/Hiding Place (DVD) Pack
In My Father's House/The Hiding Place BOOK SET
In My Father's House/Things We Couldn't Say - SET
In My Father's House/Trapped in Hitler's Hell - SET
This book is also available as an option in the following sets:
Lighthouse Trails Box of 14 Books
Lighthouse Trails Trio Book Pack
Originally published in 1976 by Fleming H. Revell Company with Corrie ten Boom and C. C. Carlson.
When Corrie ten Boom was in her early fifties, she became a key figure in the Dutch Underground Christian Resistance movement during World War II. The account of Corrie's experience during this time period can be read in her best-selling book, The Hiding Place.
In My Father's House is the story of Corrie's life with her mother, father, her siblings, and aunts before World War II began. This book is a testament to how God prepared one family through a father's faithfulness to his Savior and the Word of God for the most sacrificial service a family could do.
Beginning in the years before Corrie was born, In My Father's House paints a beautiful story from which families today can glean valuable and eternally-lasting lessons.
A Captivating Story
In My Father's House: The Years Before the Hiding Place is a captivating story with many mini Corrie stories, as I call them, just right for sharing with children. Here are a few of Corrie's around-the-oval-table stories from various chapters you'll enjoy.
In chapter three "From Small Beginnings" we find little Corrie having a party with her doll Casperina beneath the oval table. There, sitting unseen on a small stool with adults bustling round her, Corrie felt safe. There she could keep secrets and no one could scold her. There it was just Casperina and Corrie together. (P.33) To read the rest of this review, click here: https://whputnam00.blogspot.com/2020/06/a-review-in-my-fathers-house-years.html
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