Item description for After the Heavy Rain: The Khmer Rouge Killed His Family. He Tracked Them Down--But Not for Revenge . . . by Sokreaksa S. Himm...
Overview The powerful sequel to the moving book The Tears of My Soul, After the Heavy Rain chronicles the life of Sokreaksa Himm after the Cambodian killing fields and examines his amazing ability to forgive.
Thirteen members of Sokreaksa Himm's immediate family were brutally executed by Cambodia's Khmer Rouge. Severely wounded, Sokreaksa was hidden by the bodies of his family. He struggled free, and ultimately made his way to Canada. He found faith in Christ, but for years he wrestled with bitterness, hatred, and a desire for vengeance. After the Heavy Rain describes how Sokreaksa discovered what it truly means to forgive. He tracked down his family's killers one by one, embraced them, gave them a friendship scarf, and presented each with a Bible. But that was only the beginning . . .
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Studio: Monarch Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.75" Width: 5.03" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2007
Publisher Kregel Publications
ISBN 0825461812 ISBN13 9780825461811
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More About Sokreaksa S. Himm
Sokreaksa Himm survived the killing fields of Cambodia and is now back inthe country of his birth planting churches and helping traumatized young adults come to terms with their past.
Reviews - What do customers think about After the Heavy Rain: The Khmer Rouge Killed His Family. He Tracked Them Down--But Not for Revenge . . .?
A Must Read Jul 22, 2007
The follow up book of "Tears of My Soul". The book is about the author personal struggle to forgive the Khmer Rouge who killed his parents and siblings. The book goes into great deal on his struggles to become "free" and what it truely means to forgive. The book does not preach to you! or is a "How to book." That is why I give it 5 stars! A must read! because we all need to learn to forgive in one way or another.