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Mimosa, who was charmed by Amy Carmichael
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Mimosa, who was charmed (edition 1925)

by Amy Carmichael

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The child of an Indian village, from a Hindu family, heard about a God who loved her; she lived under his influence, and surmounted every opposition and adversity.
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Title:Mimosa, who was charmed
Authors:Amy Carmichael
Info:Madras : S.P.C.K. Depôt, 1925.
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Nice, quick read. Encouraging story of an Indian woman pursued by God even when she didn't understand it. She couldn't read and wasn't exposed to scripture until years after she encountered Christ. It Is a great reminder to those in ministry that He does the work and we get to be involved. He is not dependent on us but invites us to be a part. ( )
  RebeccaWattier | Mar 22, 2016 |
A very moving and inspiring story. A young woman with true grit and loads of faith serves God in India for the love of the Indian people, and especially the unwanted daughters of India. ( )
  MrsLee | Apr 4, 2007 |
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