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by Esther Ahn Kim

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Author: Esther Ahn Kim
ISBN: 0802430791
ISBN13: 978-0802430793
Language: English
Publisher: Moody Publishers; New edition (October 1, 2001)
Pages: 277
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Ahn E. Sook stood alone among thousands of kneeling people  . What an awesome book.

ESTHER AHN KIM was a Korean Christian who spent six years (1939-1945) in Japanese prisons . She is author of If I Perish. Her story was published in Korea and Japan, where it became a national sensation, reaching number three on the all-time religious bestseller list.

ESTHER AHN KIM was a Korean Christian who spent six years (1939-1945) in Japanese prisons during WWII as a result of her faith. Библиографические данные.

ESTHER AHN KIM was a Korean Christian who spent six years (1939-1945) in Japanese prisons during WWII as a. . As she prepared to be martyred, Miss Ahn¿s courageous activities in prison brought the light of the Gospel to many, and resulted in a reduction of the brutal torture Christians were subjected to. After her release she was married to Don Kim, and the couple toured Europe and the United States speaking of God¿s sustaining power during those harrowing years. She is author of If I Perish

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Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 15 years ago. Verse 4:16 in the book of Esther provides the backdrop of a modern-day Esther who went to Japan to warn the Japanese against their idol/shrine worship

Published by Thriftbooks. Verse 4:16 in the book of Esther provides the backdrop of a modern-day Esther who went to Japan to warn the Japanese against their idol/shrine worship. She had a heart for the Japanese people to bring them to a knowledge of Jesus Christ, but was instead thrown into prison because she refused to worship idols.

If I Perish - Esther Ahn Kim. SOOK). Think about it, Miss Ahn. Is there any believer in Christ who wants to bow to heathen gods? We all hate to do such a thing, but we Christians are being persecuted with a power too ruthless to stand against

If I Perish - Esther Ahn Kim. Of war at. Namsan mountain. Is there any believer in Christ who wants to bow to heathen gods? We all hate to do such a thing, but we Christians are being persecuted with a power too ruthless to stand against. Unless we worship at the Japanese shrine, they will close this school!" All of this I knew, and it troubled me deeply. The Japanese conquerors of our beloved Korea debased God and blasphemed our Lord Jesus Christ.

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Title: If I Perish By: Esther Ahn Kim, I-Suk An Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 350 Vendor: Moody Publishers Publication Date: 2001. Dimensions: . 0 X . 6 X . 7 (inches) Weight: 12 ounces ISBN: 0802430791 ISBN-13: 9780802430793 Stock No: WW430793. Publisher's Description. ▲. Ahn E. Her bold defiance of the tyrannical demand to bow to pagan Japanese shrines condemned her to a living death in the filth and degradation of a Japanese prison.

Esther Ahn Kim. If I Perish. Esther Ahn Kim walked slowly up the hill to the shrine, with her students following silently behind her. The young teacher knew that when she arrived at the place of worship she would be forced to make a life-altering choice. But the best way to prepare for a world-changing ministry is to ‘die’ – so that Christ may live through us.

Ahn E. Sook stood alone among thousands of kneeling people. Her bold defiance of the tyrannical demand to bow to pagan Japanese shrines condemned her to a living death in the filth and degradation of a Japanese prison. This brave woman remained faithful to Christ in the face of brutality, oppression, and ruthlessness of her captors. The story of how she won many of her fellow prisoners to Christ in the most deplorable conditions is an inspiration to all.
Comments to eBook If I Perish
Jonide
Review by wife Angela B....This book was possibly the best book I have ever read. I was so inspired and challenged in my faith after reading this dear sister's bravery, courage, faith, and positive perspective while being imprisoned. The title is perfectly suited to this story, being as this precious sister gave everything into the Lord's hands and in doing so, found favor amongst even her enemies as she allowed the love of the Lord to spill over onto all whom she encountered. Will definitely read again. Highly recommend if you enjoy Christian testimonies and autobiographies.
Gigafish
This is a true story of Christian suppression and the faith of those (not just Ei Sook) who worshipped Our Lord and Savior during the suppression of Korea by the Japanese for 30 yrs (1915-1945) is rich in history, and most of all the workings of God in His faithful believers. I had 2 copies of this book many, many years ago. One to loan out while I read the other one (twice). Then I had both loaned out and never got them back. Which was okay. I prayed that whomever had them would share them. I tried to buy the book at that time, but it was out of print. When I got an email from Amazon with it listed I was overjoyed. I am reading again, and having the same emotions as when I read it so long ago.
Enone
I just praise the Lord for this book and it's encouragement to me, not to mention the testimony of such a beautiful sister in Christ like Ahn Kim.

Through all her trials her faith in the Lord's promises kept her going. It is encouraging to know that when we face trials it is the Lord refining us for HIS glory and our good!
He works ... all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose. Romans 8:28

The ripple effect of the work that the Lord Jesus Christ was doing within Mrs. Kim life is evidenced in those she ministered too without prejudice from mentally unstable to a geisha girl, that goes on to have a wonderful testimony of her own!

I recommend all my sisters in the Lord to read this book.
Just a caution though for the "young girls". Mother's, you might want to read it to them instead.
The last chapter or maybe second to last chapter is rather graphic in what soldiers were doing at that time and so I read it to my daughters so I could skip those parts that I felt were too adult in content. That's really the only caution that I could find, the testimony is amazing and encouraging!

Beautifully written to the glory of our Lord!
Phallozs Dwarfs
I am challenged to pray for those imprisoned because of their faith in Jesus Christ; to pray these precious children of God will have the courage, wisdom, protection and strength God have to the author of this book. Remarkable, faith stretching story.
LivingCross
Verse 4:16 in the book of Esther provides the backdrop of a modern-day Esther who went to Japan to warn the Japanese against their idol/shrine worship. She had a heart for the Japanese people to bring them to a knowledge of Jesus Christ, but was instead thrown into prison because she refused to worship idols. Like a modern-day Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, she refused to bow to the shrine worship and was fully prepared to die. She lived by faith, prayer and leaning on Jesus during her long ordeal, and even though she was starved and tortured and ill, as it was for Daniel in the lion's den, God stopped the mouths and hands of her worse enemies in miraculous ways. She became a testimony to those in the prison and won many to Christ, from crazed murderers, to cruel prison guards, to a former geisha who became a missionary in the mountains. There were many moments of despair and longing for the deliverance of death, and Esther bemoans her weakness and hunger, and this all shows that she is weak, but that God is strong, with His strength made perfect through our weaknesses. All her trials and tribulations showed her how Jesus is faithful and never left her and finally delivered her when she was freed at the end of the war and escaped the Communists to South Korea. Her mother was a remarkable person, having led Esther to the LORD and kept her faith providing Esther with encouragement and prayer. This book will strengthen your faith and encourage you also when things get tough and you learn to lean on the everlasting arms. It is also hard to put down and my daughter read it all the way through in a day.
Hulore
"I would rather see a sermon than hear one anyday." The words of this song came to mind as I read this wonderful story of Godly love in action. The study of doctrinal books often does little to create the kind of love that Jesus Himself demonstrated; that kind of love must flow through a yielded heart,outward to others. The author shares her story in a simple but profound way (similar to Corrie ten Boom's style)which makes for easy reading. There is a depth of truth in the pages though, that forces one to analyze his/her own life in terms of "How much am I willing to sacrifice myself so that Jesus' love can flow though me to others?"
The stories she shares are fascinating and kept me reading chapter after chapter even though it was past my bedtime. I believe this book can be read to children to help them develop a compassionate heart and a thankful spirit. The stories of severe beatings are unpleasant but make for fruitful discussions about what Jesus went through and what many of His children endure for their faith. Inspirational stories that inspire our children to live with the faithfulness of a Daniel or a young Korean girl during WW2 persecution, are blessings we can give our children in this age of "me, myself and I."
Grillador
One of the greatest reads I've had. This amazing story of faith jumps off the page with the skilful writing of the author. I felt as though I could see and smell every vivid detail. Each chapter kept me on edge waiting to see what was going to happen next. I have suggested it to several of my friends already
If I Perish tells Ester Ahn Kim's story of uncompromising walk with God during the Japanese occupation of Korea. A powerful story of a young woman's dependence on Jesus for every step and need in a very dangerous time and God's constant faithful and abundant provision for her.
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