Item description for Appointment In Jerusalem by Derek Prince & Lydia Prince...
Overview "The true story of Lydia Christensen Prince's journey from affluent Danish schoolteacher to 'mother' of abandoned Jewish and Arab orphans in Jerusalem"--Provided by publisher.
Publishers Description This is the riveting true story of a young schoolteacher and her courageous quest to know God's will for her life. In Lydia Prince's search for God and her life's purpose, she is led to Jerusalem where she learns the power of prayer and experiences many miracles of provision and protection.Lydia rescues a dying baby girl and then miraculously survives many dangers, including gunfire, siege, and barricades. She enters into her true appointment from God and, in the process, rescues scores of abandoned sick and orphaned children from disease and death. Discover how God can remarkably use those who trust Him
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Studio: Whitaker House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.28" Width: 6.14" Height: 1.07" Weight: 1.43 lbs.
Release Date Oct 14, 2005
Publisher WHITAKER #54
Edition Revised and Upd
ISBN 0883687941 ISBN13 9780883687949 UPC 630809687944
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More About Derek Prince & Lydia Prince
Derek Prince (1915-2003), founder of Derek Prince Ministries International, wrote more than fifty books. Educated at Eton College and Cambridge University, he also studied at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. His way of explaining the Bible in a clear, simple way has helped millions build a foundation of faith. His daily radio broadcast and podcast, Derek Prince Legacy Radio, reaches listeners around the world.
Derek Prince lived in Jerusalem. Derek Prince was born in 1915 and died in 2003.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Appointment In Jerusalem?
What you can't see is powerful. Jan 4, 2007
This is a most excellent read. You will cry and laugh and be in suspense. It will make you think about things and the important things in life. Once you start this book you will not lay it down until you have finished. I highly reccommend not only reading it but giving this out as a gift to all you know.
A fun and challenging read. Apr 5, 2006
Lydia is a prime example of a person who placed her focus on eternity and saw the hand of God move on her behalf. Derek did a good job portraying his wife's story.
One of the most amazing God's story ever ! Mar 10, 2006
"Appointment in Jerusalem" was the second christian book I've read. The first one was "The Cross and the Switch blade" by David Wilkerson and I thought I would never find a book like that... ever... until I read "Appointment in Jerusalem" ! This book changed my spiritual life and took it to a different level. I swallowed it in 2 days... couldn't stop reading... I definitely recommanded it ! It is exceptionnal !!
Please read this book! May 20, 2003
A very impressive book. It made a big difference in my life. This book tought me that: - God is very near - prayer enables us to tell God our worries and questions - prayer should also be used to let God speak to us - God wants to communicate with us - we need to LISTEN to what God has to say to us - we need to obey!! Also it seems hard to do.
5 Stars Not Enough Feb 25, 2002
Lydia Prince's bio describes a prosperous Scandinavian schoolteacher with a devoted fiance' and a bright future. But something is missing--a deep relationship with God. She feels led to sell everything, leave her fiance' and move to Jerusalem in the '30s, with only one contact there. God leads her step by step through a turbulent period in history to start an orphanage.
The story ends with a list compiled by the late author's late husband, teacher and writer Derek Prince, of Bible prophecies being fulfilled in Israel in our time, and how they will affect the world.
The last place I saw _Appointment in Jerusalem_ for sale was in a gift shop--in Jerusalem.
I wish a publisher would pick it up and re-print it. It's a classic and a keeper! I have lent this exciting biography out many times since I bought it in the '70s. It's one of the most inspiring and exciting stories I've ever read, and it's true. It's my second favorite book after the novel by Agnes Sanford, _Lost Shepherd_.