God's Smuggler Paperback – 15 May 2008
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In order to celebrate the 60th anniversary of a young Dutchman's first trip to Warsaw... 'God's Smuggler' has been reissued by Hodder and Stoughton. This reissie contains interviews with Brother Andrew and a photo secion spanning his ministry. (The Methodist Recorder)
[A] remarkable, yet utterly compelling account of working with Christians who face persecution for their own faith (LIfe and Work Magazine)
I was very impressed by his reliance on God. Reading Brother Andrew's story makes me realise we can ask God about specific needs. (Families First)
This edition has been repackages and resized to coincide with the B format publication of Brother Andrew's latest best-seller SECRET BELIEVERS. God's Smuggler has thrilled and inspired readers now for almsot forty years. It tells the true story of how a young Dutchman risked his life to bring faith and hope to believers behind the Iron Curtain.See all Product description
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If you don't believe in a God who is active in this world you won't like it you will have to dismiss it as delusional at best or active fraud at worst. The question I would ask those who dismiss it, how has he personally gained?
To the believer it is a great encouragement. It is in the pantheon of great testimonial books with Cross and the Switchblade, by David Wilkerson, Run, Baby, Run by Nicky Cruz, The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom and Jackie Pullinger, Chasing the Dragon.
We've had follow-up discussions about Communism, about evangelism, about refugees and hardships and propaganda, and all kinds of spin-off topics. But above all, we have seen through Brother Andrew that God is good, is reliable, is a provider, and speaks to people in the modern era in all kinds of different ways.
Trusting Him not only works for Brother Andrew, but worked for hundreds of thousands who were touched by his ministry.
(I understand the subsequent books of Brother Andrew's are more graphic and perhaps a bit too hard-bitten for reading with children; I have no reservations of reading this one to my children)
"Time and place are our own limitations, Andy; we mustn’t impose them upon God."
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