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If I Perish Paperback – October 1, 2001
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One of the things I appreciated about this book in particular is how candid the author was about her weaknesses. Sometimes when reading extraordinary stories like this one, we walk away thinking that these people are super Christians - a higher class of human being! With this book I found myself saying over and over - "that's how I feel too sometimes" or "she's just like me." She writes down her experiences but goes to great lengths to share with us her thought process and emotional state as well. I could relate with so many of her inner battles between faith and fear, joy and sorrow which she expresses with great detail. I recommend this book to all people who want a deeper walk with God. Definitely a must read for all Christians.
Through all her trials her faith in the Lord's promises kept her going. It is encouraging to know that when we face trials it is the Lord refining us for HIS glory and our good!
He works ... all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose. Romans 8:28
The ripple effect of the work that the Lord Jesus Christ was doing within Mrs. Kim life is evidenced in those she ministered too without prejudice from mentally unstable to a geisha girl, that goes on to have a wonderful testimony of her own!
I recommend all my sisters in the Lord to read this book.
Just a caution though for the "young girls". Mother's, you might want to read it to them instead.
The last chapter or maybe second to last chapter is rather graphic in what soldiers were doing at that time and so I read it to my daughters so I could skip those parts that I felt were too adult in content. That's really the only caution that I could find, the testimony is amazing and encouraging!
Beautifully written to the glory of our Lord!