From the Back Cover
At the height of Nazi power, amid the horrors of a concentration camp, the seeds of faith and forgiveness grew to fruition in the heart of a young Dutch woman named Corrie ten Boom. Outlasting Ravensbrück and Hitlers regime, Ms. ten Boom went on to accomplish what brute power never could: conquer hearts across the world with healing words of hope, forgiveness, and trust in God. Broadcast across Europe using the very radio equipment the Nazis had built to spread their propaganda, the inspirational messages of Corrie ten Boom appear at last in print.
As in this books predecessor, Reflections of Gods Glory, the twenty-six sermonettes in Messages of Gods Abundance are first-ever English translations of the scripts for Ms. ten Booms Trans World Radio broadcasts from the Netherlands. Emerging after many years, these jewel-like writings reflect the broad experiences of a woman who preached the gospel around the world, yet who found her greatest adventure exploring the endless riches of Gods Word.
In 1983, Corrie ten Boom went to be with her beloved Jesus, but the timeless truths of Scripture spoken through the lips of this remarkable woman remain alive, vibrant, and as able as ever to touch, convict, and encourage our hearts.
About the Author
The late Corrie ten Boom is the author of Reflections of God's Glory, Letters from Prison and In My Father's House. She also wrote the beloved international best-seller, The Hiding Place. Made into a movie by the same name, The Hiding Place portrays her family's efforts to hide Jews during the German occupations of The Netherlands during World War II, and of how God sustained Corrie through the atrocities of a concentration camp after she and her family were captured by the Nazis. Upon her release and until her death in1983, Corrie traveled the world, preaching the Gospel to the lost and encouraging the church with her message of love, faith, and forgiveness.