The Hiding Place

James F. Collier

The Hiding Place is the autobiography of a Dutch woman who risks and loses much to fulfil her purpose. Corrie Ten Boom and her family protect many Jews from Nazi capture during World War II. They are eventually sent to concentration camps, where few emerge alive. Corrie Ten Boom tells of how she and sister, Betsie, find God’s remarkable grace to endure the misery and to shine rays of hope to fellow prisoners where no earthly hope is found.

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