PART 1: Three quarters of a century ago, the Second World War was wrapping up. Out of all the battles and suffering that took place, the Lord was still at work.
PART 2: Corrie ten Boom had moments of despair in the Nazi concentration camps. We might not be able to relate to her, but we can relate to our own seasons of despair.
PART 3: It’s not easy to love everyone. But, when Jesus said love everyone, he meant everyone. Corrie ten Boom is an encouraging example of how to truly love your enemies.
PART 4: Jesus is more than enough to meet our every need. Even in our most desperate moments, He is able to fill us with true joy that only comes from Him.
PART 5: The Christian life is often compared to a battle against sin. So what gives us the drive to keep fighting this enemy? Jesus tells us that he will equip you.
PART 6: One of the greatest promises in Scripture is that Jesus’ love will outlast all things. His love for you is not limited by circumstance or any choice you make. His love is steadfast in every way.
PART 7: When troubles come Jesus has not left you defenseless. One of your greatest weapons in life is the Word of God. Everything you need for life and it’s goodness is found within the pages of Scripture.
PART 8: When your life is upended and your future seems unclear, how do you deal with the hardships of life? We need to fill up our arsenal by hiding God’s word in our heart.
PART 9: If the Lord is our Shepherd, then why do we face hard times? How can we trust a Good Shepherd when we are needy? The secret is to know Him personally.
PART 10: World War II claimed many lives. For those who lived through it, a few verses stand out as essential for Christians to hold closely to their hearts when faced with hard times. Learn about the most crucial verses when you listen.
Composing the Score for "The Hiding Place"
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