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Evidence Not Seen: A Woman's Miraculous Faith in the Jungles of World War II Paperback – November 25, 2003
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“My life was changed when I heard Darlene Rose’s story. It challenged my faith as nothing else had. ” (Ruth Bell Graham (daughter of Billy Graham))
“Darlene’s testimony is a quick and powerful remedy for anyone who is discouraged or ungrateful.” (Bill Gothard, Institute in Basic Life Principles, Oak Brook, IL)
“[A] testimony of deep faith and a confirmation on the faithfulness of God.” (Dr. Charles Stanley, Senior Pastor, First Baptist Church of Atlanta)
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Darlene was a young missionary bride when she arrived in Dutch New Guinea to win untouched tribes to Christ. She and her husband had around one year in the field, winning a few converts but ended up imprisoned in separate prison camps. Darlene endured tremendous hardships yet kept her wits about her and walked by faith, always asking God for guidance. Whenever she lost faith and cried to God, He answered her by giving her His peace and assuring her that He would never leave her nor forsake her. He also gave encouragement and answers to her prayers, such as the time she was starving and dying in the dungeon in solitary confinement and she prayed for just one single tiny banana, and God brought the Japanese camp commander to visit her and gift her 92 bananas! [The story of the camp commander Mr. Yamaji is interesting in its own right, and without giving it away, I'll just say Darlene's living right with God had a great effect on him]. While in solitary confinement, Darlene spent her time walking with the Saviour, talking with Him, and playing in her mind the scripture that she had memorized as a girl. She had psalms, hymns, and even entire chapters memorized, and the right line at the right time seemed to pop into her remembrance and give her the answer she needed at that time. God's Hand could be seen protecting her, as there were several circumstances where she could have lost her life had she not followed God's prompting.Read more ›
Darlene Deibler Rose was an amazing young woman with a great talent for writing and a deep love for the Lord. She experienced far more trials in her lifetime than the average American, yet she never became bitter through any of them. She was such a good witness in the way she lived that even the Japanese commander of the prison noticed it. Her relationship with the Lord was living, breathing, alive, and active, not a dead "I go to church on Sundays" relationship. She held on to her faith even when she lost everything else she had. God was her refuge and her security, and sustained her through many events that could have devastated her had it not been for him.
This book is very refreshing and uplifting! It doesn't drag you down into the bleakness of prison or the mire of discouragement, although those things are very real and present in the book. It strengthens and encourages you, letting you know that no matter what trial you are facing, God will work everything for good in the end. I was moved to tears of joy at the end of the book, and now regard it as one of the very best books I have ever read. It reminds you that God never changes. Even when all else fails we can turn to Him for strength and support. I think there are many people whose lives are not right with the Lord even though everything is going well and times are prosperous.Read more ›
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My inspiration came at her darkest moments. She is a hero without pretense. A willingness is what is required. She exampled that.Published 1 month ago by Amazon customer
This is an amazing story. You don't have to be religious or Christian to feel pain and admiration for this woman and, of course, her fellow prisoners. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Serena
Great story, however very wordy and overly detailed at times.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I can't stop thinking about this book, her story, her relationship with the Lord. It has challenged me in my daily walk and how I relate to my Lord. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jen C