My wife told me that this was a good book, and she was right written in 1971 Corrie ten Boom. When we suffer we can find a hidding place in God,these people who lived through the holoaust live in hell, with the most evil people ever. This is her life about what ahe lived through and her family.It gets to your heart, and I hope we never have anything like that again. wayne braswell
I just finished teaching this book for the third time to eighth grade students. Few books challenge teens to evaluate their commitment to their faith while capturing their attention and imagination. The best part: the story is all true. For teens and adults alike, it is an excellent complement to the study of history and does not fail to provoke awe at how faith can flourish under the crushing heel of evil.
This book is such an inspiration for those in times of trial. Corrie's insight into her present by looking into her past is so insightful. Her perseverence in the face of such opporession, spiritual and physical, is overwhelming. Finally, there are many quotes of Corrie and her family that are treasures of truth - definitely a must read for any Christian who desires to seek the face of God.