The narrator had a very convincing accent, so I felt like I was listening to the real Corrie ten Boom.
I enjoyed hearing about how Corrie forgave the German prison guard from her concentration camp. She didn't know if she could forgive him, but when she began to shake his hand, she felt the ability to forgive.
Corrie was my favorite character, and I would like to listen to more of her books.
I enjoyed learning about how she left all her plans up to God. Waiting at border crossings provided a good opportunity to share God's goodness.
It was one of the best audiobooks I've listened to, and I immediately purchased my own poster of The Prodigal Son so that I can continue to reflect on Nouwen's beautiful insights into this parable.
I've read this parable many times, but Nouwen added layers of meaning.
I wish Audible had more of Nouwen's audiobooks available.
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