Led by incredible faith, Wilkerson left his country pulpit in 1958 for the streets of New York City, where a murder trial of seven teenaged boys churned society's antipathy toward them. Even Wilkerson was bewildered by his sense of compassion, but in spite of doubt, he followed the Spirit's prompting to help the boys.
This is the amazing story of his journey, and of the mighty power of God to accomplish the impossible. One of the most inspiring and challenging true stories of all time, it has sold millions of copies throughout the world and has been made into a feature film.
©1963 David Wilkerson; (P)2001 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
No. The reason for this is EXCLUSIVELY the narration quality. The quality of the sound recording is as if this is a computer read account. I know that there is a "real person" listed as the reader-but it is so robotic it's infuriating-to the point that I don't want to listen to it.
The Hiding Place-Corrie TenBoom
Completely-I would understand some of the sound quality issues if this were being streamed because the problems are as if your broad band was overloaded. The narration slows down and speeds up-changing the tonality of the voice-and sounds so choppy-"ev-e-ry-syll-a-ble-is-pro-nounc-ed". It's like ET is reading it. This can't be the narrator alone-this is a technical issue.
The whole account is an amazing testimony of the faithfulness of God when we believe.
It was great to hear how God rescued gang bangers from lives of crime and suffering to becoming upstanding caring people. This is strong proof of a personal loving God. The narrator was excellent and the book kept me glued to it. The movie only covers part of the book. The book gives much more insight into how teenagers end up in gangs and how nasty heroin addiction is. It also explains how Teen Challenge was started.
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