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Singing through the Night: Courageous Stories of Faith from Women in the Persecuted Church
Believers in the West are understanding more about Christians struggling in other parts of the world. However, many of the accounts of the persecuted church are missing an important part of the sto
Paperback, 304 pages
Published April 1st 2007 by Revell
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Feb 04, 2012 Sue rated it it was ok
As the subtitle says, stories of faith from women in the persecuted church around the world. I was disappointed in this. When I saw it on Amazon, I thought it sounded really interesting. The accounts are arranged in chapters according to the sort of lesson learned in the situation. I recognize that there needs to be a certain amount of "vagueness" in order to protect the identities of the individuals but it wasn't consistent. In many of the stories, the women are wives of pastors who are taken ...more
I just finished reading this book yesterday 3/5/2009. It was a really good books, it talks about people and families in different countries that convert from there current religion to Christianity. Although in these countries worshiping God is forbidden people in these countries lose everything for some even there lives serving GOD. If you are looking for a good spiritual book to read, this would be it.
I'm not finished with it yet, but so far this proves to be a very touchingly profound book. It gives an in depth look into the lives of persecuted Christian women from around the world. Very horrible what they have to go through on a daily basis, yet their faith is made stronger with each trial they face. This is an amazing book!