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Clippings from My Notebook

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1984 RARE New Corrie ten Boom in original shrink wrap from Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
Paperback, 127 pages
Published June 1st 1982 by World Wide Publications (first published January 1st 1982)
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Barbara
Sep 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I looked for years for this book and a dear friend gave it to me for my birthday! It is a wonderful book and has helped me deal with many worries in my life. I think it is out of print.
Rosa Cline
4 star

This was a very nice devotional by Ms tenBoom. It had various things from her other books a collection of her favorite things she had written both printed before and stuff that was in her notebooks as well.
Rosa Cline
Feb 04, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2017, devotional
This was a very nice devotional by Ms tenBoom. It had various things from her other books a collection of her favorite things she had written both printed before and stuff that was in her notebooks as well.
Dionne
Apr 26, 2014 rated it really liked it
"We are in God's training school and learning much. We are continually protected by the most extraordinary providence, and we know that we can hold out in spite of the hard life. God knows the way; we are at peace with everything."--p. 18

Corrie ten Boom was an amazing woman in so many ways. God used a horrific ordeal in her life (being sent to a Nazi concentration camp) to give her a platform of sharing God's grace with the world. I have read several of her books, and am always amazed at her wis
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Alumine Andrew
Aug 25, 2014 rated it really liked it
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Corrie ten Boom has been an inspirational figure in my life since I was young. Not only her story of survival in a concentration camp during World War II but her abundant faith and positive outlook on life regardless of her suffering.
This small book is a collection of her insights and observations during her lifetime. She always kept a journal where she recorded her thoughts and those of others which inspired her.
The entries are short, small bites to read and chew over.
I re read this one every
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Molly Cline
4 star

This was a very nice devotional by Ms tenBoom. It had various things from her other books a collection of her favorite things she had written both printed before and stuff that was in her notebooks as well
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