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The Guiding Hand by Alfred Bosshardt
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The Guiding Hand

by Alfred Bosshardt

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'We were taken prisoner by the Communists. Few doubted we would die. Fresh in the minds of our friends were the recent deaths of John and Betty Stam. On the day of my public trial my wife was told that we had died. An eye witness of the execution of eight prisoners reported that we were among them. But God had restrained the hand of our captors. Over fifty years later, God is still The Guiding Hand.' Alfred Bosshardt
  OMFAU | Apr 8, 2010 |
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