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Amy Carmichael (Christian Heroes: Then & Now)

Rescuer of Precious Gems

Series Christian Heroes: Then & Now
Author Janet Benge & Geoff Benge
Narrator Rebecca Gallagher
Publisher YWAM Publishing
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Release Date April 1, 2012
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Amy Carmichael's (1867-1951) life was one of simple, determined obedience to God, regardless of the consequences. Her service in India is a vivid example of the impact one person who will fear God and nothing else can have. Driven by love, sustained by faith and determination, this young woman from Northern Ireland defied the cruel barriers of India's caste system.

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Amy Carmichael's (1867-1951) life was one of simple, determined obedience to God, regardless of the consequences. Her service in India is a vivid example of the impact one person who will fear God and nothing else can have. Driven by love, sustained by faith and determination, this young woman from Northern Ireland defied the cruel barriers of India's caste system.

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I am inspired by her life, dedicated to God
The biography inspires me, by example, to live a life dedicated to serve God in obedient humbleness. It also shows how God allows difficulties so as to break the power of the old nature and release Christ in the Christian's life .
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Review by / (Posted on 3/24/2017)
Faith building
These YWAM Christian biographies are very well done and show both the human frailty of the missionaries but also how God can perform the most amazing feats through them to help bring the unsaved into the Kingdom of God.
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Review by / (Posted on 2/24/2017)
One of the best books I have ever read.
One of the best books I have ever read. Amy started by discipling the destitute shawlee women of the Irish slums and lived like they did to prove that one could serve the Lord in their situations. In the midst of a very fruitful work, she felt the call to bring the gospel to foreign lands, and left the shawlee work in the hands of her able disciples. She was rejected by the China Inland mission because of her health but persevered and went to Japan, where she challenged accepted limitations and was fruitful, but had to be sent home due to health after a short time. A friend wrote her that the climate in Bangalore, India would do her well, so she left another fruitful work in Ireland for India. In India, she was appalled at the fruitlessness of the missionaries and their satisfaction with the status quo. She broke rank with them and produced remaining fruit. She had saved so many children from being dedicated to a life as a temple prostitute. When she passed, she asked that no marker be put on her grave. The people obeyed her request except that they put a birdbath on her grave with only the Indian word, "Amma", meaning "mother" on it. This brought me to tears and to cry out loud, which I rarely do.
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Review by / (Posted on 5/14/2016)