Book summary: Corrie ten Boom's Prison Letters

1975 BY CORRIE TEN BOOM

Prison Letters is a collection of these very letters that have miraculously survived to this day. Here are the actual writings of Corrie and her sister Betsie from the concentration camp...the emotion-filled letters they received from relatives and friends on the outside...snatches of a diary recorded by Betsie..Corrie's perceptive sketches of prison life smuggled out of the camp by a sympathetic soldier-all containing precious lessons of faith and love learned in God's training school. It was only recently that Corrie herself re-read these moving letters, an experience which resurrected many paintful memories for her. But with the sadness came the conviction that God wanted her to share these writings so that others could experience the same faith that guided her through a time of trial and triumph.

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