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Tramp for the Lord Mass Market Paperback – September 15, 1986
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About the Author
Corrie ten Boom shared her story about her World War II experiences in the bestseller The Hiding Place, and wrote more than twenty books including In My Father's House, A Prisoner and Yet..., Jesus is Victor, and He Cares, He Comforts. She spent more than thirty years sharing her faith with people throughout the world. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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There are two things about this book that really resonate with me. First is the fact that Corrie travelled the world sharing God's message, not as a young woman, but as a woman in her 50's--she continued until she was in her 80's. Amazing! Her life's work began when most of us are thinking of retirement. I am encouraged and inspired about what lies ahead in my own future. We are never too old to accomplish our dreams and the plan that our Heavenly Father has for us in our lives.
The second thing that resonates with me is Corrie Ten Boom's character and personality. Tramp for the Lord describes a remarkable woman and the lives she touched through her travels. Although she was known and loved by thousands of people around the world who listened to her message, she remained humble and never took credit for her work--she gave the credit to God. Her popularity did not go to her head; she was very down-to-earth and never hesitated to admit her weaknesses and to ask forgiveness of others. She never put herself on a pedestal or sought fame and glory for herself.
When I read this book, I could really relate to her as a person because even though she accomplished great things, she, like myself, had weaknesses and imperfections. Corrie Ten Boom shows that ordinary people can do extraordinary things through faith in Christ.
I got an amazing blessing when this book arrived. I feel a little guilty as Corrie would have easily deserved my money for her work, but not only did I receive "Tramp for the Lord" when I bought a used copy of this book, it also contained "Not I, but Christ. Even though I don't feel like I paid enough for the used copy of the book I am still blessed to have received the book in practically "Like New" condition. It is amazing how many times Corrie had revelations from God and how she was strengthened time and time again when it seemed as if she was so close to the Lord already. I believe that all Christians can learn much from Corrie Ten Boom and her loving-kindness that I have longed to see in more people.
Happy Birthday Corrie!
Your brother in Christ from the U.S.
If I could only come up with half her faith, I'd be a lot better probably ...
That is, of course, a very subjective opinion, objectively: her faith is inspiring, the verses instructive, and it had to be read slowly or twice to get all of it. You can't help but be affected.....