God's Smuggler

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Baker Publishing Group, 2001 - Religion - 256 pages
A true-life thriller that will leave you breathless!

As a boy, Brother Andrew dreamed of being an undercover spy working behind enemy lines. As a man he found himself working undercover for God. His was a mission filled with danger, financed by faith, supported by miracles.

Told it was impossible to minister behind the Iron Curtain, Andrew knew that nothing was too hard for God. Crossing "closed" borders, he prayed, "Lord, in my luggage I have Scripture I want to take to Your children. When You were on earth, You made blind eyes see. Now, I pray, make seeing eyes blind. Do not let the guards see those things You do not want them to see." And they never did.

For thirty-five years, Brother Andrew's life story has inspired millions to step out on their own journeys of faith. This young Dutch factory worker's near-incredible adventures testify of God's step-by-step guidance and hour-by-hour provision--available to all who follow His call.

Far from being over, Brother Andrew's current adventures are his most challenging yet. In a new prologue and epilogue, his story is carried into the new millennium with an account of Andrew's work in the "closed" societies of Islam.

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Real account of living by faith

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A true quality of a real Christian. And thru faith God let brother Andrew accomplish remarkable deeds for God's kingdom. A exemplar to fellow Christians. Read full review

A little bit of something for everyone!

User Review  - Cammy M - Christianbook.com

I came upon this book about five years ago for school reading; actually it wasn’t even my school reading, it was my sister’s, but I, being an avid reader, read it also. From what I recall, I loved the ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Brother Andrew began his work in 1955 as a one-man mission--visiting, teaching, and taking Bibles to Christians behind the Iron Curtain. That work has since developed into Open Doors International, a nondenominational organization with bases around the world. When not traveling, Brother Andrew makes his home in the Netherlands.

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