[EPUB] ✼ A Chance to Die By Elisabeth Elliot – Soaringeaglecasino.us

A Chance to Die A Chance To Die Is A Vibrant Portrayal Of Amy Carmichael, An Irish Missionary And Writer Who Spent Fifty Three Years In South India Without Furlough There She Became Known As Amma, Or Mother, As She Founded The Dohnavur Fellowship, A Refuge For Underprivileged Children Amy S Life Of Obedience And Courage Stands As A Model For All Who Claim The Name Of Christ She Was A Woman With Desires And Dreams, Faults And Fears, Who Gave Her Life Unconditionally To Serve Her Master Bringing Amma To Life Through Inspiring Photos And Compelling Biographical Narrative, Elisabeth Elliot Urges Readers To Examine The Depths Of Their Own Commitment To Christ.

[EPUB] ✼ A Chance to Die  By Elisabeth Elliot – Soaringeaglecasino.us
  • Paperback
  • 381 pages
  • A Chance to Die
  • Elisabeth Elliot
  • English
  • 25 March 2019
  • 0800730895

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  1. says:

    This is the first book I have read about the life and work of Amy Carmichael and I have to say that I was surprised by the content I feel conflicted as to how to review and rate this book as there were so many positive and negative aspects.Amy believed she was called to China but subsequently ended up in India where she ministered for 55 years with over a decade spent as a shut in after an accident Evangelism had been her focus and I found myself admiring her singlemindedness and lack of in This is the first book I have read about the life and work of Amy Carmichael and I have to say that I was surprised by the content I feel conflicted as to how to review and rate this book as there were so many positive and negative aspects.Amy believed she was called to China but subsequently ended up in India where she ministered for 55 years with over a decade spent as a shut in after an accident Evangelism had been her focus and I found myself admiring her singlemindedness and lack of interest in material things or worldly distractions She knew from a young age that she would remain single for the Kingdom However, shortly into her work in India she became horrified by th...


  2. says:

    Sooo I got this book from my pastor s wife She saw my love for kids and wanted me to read this book THE BOOK 3.14 stars KELLYN So the book itself isn t bad at all It s long and had a lot of details and other stuff and yeah It s really descriptive of Amma or Amy s life and I do highly recommend it if you re like studying her life for school or just for personal reasons However, this is not an entertainment and took me about 3 months to finish It was hard to get throughtha Sooo I got this book from my pastor s wife She saw my love for kids and wanted me to read this book THE BOOK 3.14 stars KELLYN So the book itself isn t bad at all It s long and had a lot of details and other stuff and yeah It s really descriptive of Amma or Amy s life and I do highly recommend it if you re like studying her life for school or just for personal reasons However, this is not an entertainment and took me about 3 months to finish It was hard to get throughthan a chapter at a time because it was almost dry and it was ...


  3. says:

    Having read this several times before going to India as a missionary myself, I was greatly encouraged in everything about Indian soil.I tried my hardest to follow in Ms Carmichael s footsteps Her faith, above anything, was what I geared towards.I first read the book at age 12, and then re read it and re read it again during preparation for my first trip to India when I was 18 I could NOT wait to get there I loved the book especially from Mrs Gren s perspective it was a very enjoyable rea Having read this several times before going to India as a missionary myself, I was greatly encouraged in everything about Indian soil.I tried my hardest to follow in Ms Carmichael s footsteps Her faith, above anything, was what I geared towards.I first read the book at age 12, and then re read it and re read it again during preparation for my first trip to India when I was 18 I could NOT wait to get there I loved the bo...


  4. says:

    A truthful description of missionary life, I d say, since I was used when it came to missionaries to think only in terms of miracles, sparcles, intense and interesting life It captures the prosaic, the long years of learning languages, the tedious days of impossible weather, even the unfruitfulness we all have to deal with at one point of our lives It s an account of a woman with weaknesses, sterness, though with a strong character, belief, determination I find...


  5. says:

    A wonderful introduction to an amazing Godly woman A true servant of Christ with much wisdom that we can still benefit from today.


  6. says:

    Amy Carmichael is one of my favorite missionaries, and this biography by Elisabeth Elliot was a unique look into her life unlike other biographies I ve read It feltpersonal, perhaps, since the author took efforts to include many personal writings and such in the book No one is perfect, though, and although I admire much of Amy Carmichael s life and work, I wouldn t say that I agreed with all of her personal beliefs or perhaps lack of beliefs in certain areas Still, her life of devo Amy Carmichael is one of my favorite missionaries, and this biography by Elisabeth Elliot was a unique look into her life unlike other biographies I ve read It feltpersonal, perhaps, since the author took efforts to include many personal writings and such in the book No one is perfect, though, and although ...


  7. says:

    In a time of male domination in the Victorian Era, Amy Carmichael was called by God to the Missions field As Elizabeth Elliot tells the story, Amy determined to follow her Lord in spite of many issues that would not qualify her for service abroad She had chronic pain and was not a particularly strong woman in sense of physical health She found learning foreign languages difficult, and found conflict resolution very distasteful She wasn t a team player, things needed to be her way, period Me In a time of male domination in the Victorian Era, Amy Carmichael was called by God to the Missions field As Elizabeth Elliot tells the story, Amy determined to follow her Lord in spite o...


  8. says:

    Summary The life story of missionary Amy Carmichael From her childhood, to her missionary work in Japan and India Elisabeth Elliot s reference material was from previously published books written by Amy Carmichael and the Dohnavur Family.My Thoughts Although I enjoyed reading the story of Amy Carmichael s life The book is not warm with intimacy in regards to the character of Carmichael At first sight, it seems Elisabeth Elliot didn t capture or flesh out the person of Amy Carmichael However Summary The life story of missionary Amy Carmichael From her childhood, to her missionary work in Japan and India Elisabeth Elliot s reference material was from previously published books written by Amy Carmichael and the Dohnavur Family.My Thoughts Although I enjoyed reading the story of Amy Carmichael s life The book is not warm with intimacy in regards to the character of Carmichael At first sight, it se...


  9. says:

    I admire Amy Carmichael s life long passion to follow Jesus and serve disenfranchised children In her teens her burden was for factory girls, shallies , who were so poor that they couldn t afford hats to wear to church, so they wore shawls over their heads The ministry grew to over 300 children, and Amy had to secure her own building for the ministry Amy s first overseas assignment was to Japan for 15 months She struggled to learn the language and the customs of the Japanese people, but lea I admire Amy Carmichael s life long passion to follow Jesus and serve disenfranchised children In her teens her burden was for factory girls, shallies , who were so poor that they couldn t afford hats to wear to church, so they wore shawls over their heads The ministry grew to over 300 children, and Amy had to secure her own building for the ministry Amy s first overseas assignment was to Japan for 15 months She struggled to learn the language and the customs of the Japanese people, but learned the value of living as they lived God providentially sent her to India where she served for the remainder of her life She founded Dohnavur Fellowship, a group whose aim was to rescue the temple children...


  10. says:

    Wow, I was so excited to read about this lady What an amazing person.I first heard about her in Warren W Wiersbe s book 50 People Every Christian Should Know Probably the greatest collection of human beings ever assembled in one book Amy s small bio just blew me away A women who ended up in India saving small children from the abuses of Indian culture and Temple Prostitution It appeared that Amy feared no one and she made alot of people angry in the process I applaud her She even ups Wow, I was so excited to read about this lady What a...

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