Corrie ten Boom remembered: Katherine Albrecht interviews Pam Moore, Corrie’s caretaker. Corrie would say, today: “Are you ready. Are you at peace with God? Have you received the Lord Jesus Christ as your savior? Is He your Lord?” “Have you forgiven? Is there anybody you’ve not forgiven. God can help you forgive.”

“She had never lied before in her life.”

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From: Katherine Albrecht Show Archives

Thu., April 15, 2010

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Corrie ten Boom remembered //

Twenty-seven years ago today Corrie ten Boom joined her Father in heaven after living a heroic life here on earth. In honor of her memory, Corrie’s good friend and companion, Pam Moore, joins Katherine for a conversation about the stories surrounding the ten Booms’ dedication to saving the lives of the persecuted during WWII. A truly heartening interview.

Corrie ten Boom (Wikipedia)

The Corrie ten Boom Museum

Corrie ten Boom (Bookshop)

Pam Rosewell Moore (bio)

“We Are Not Alone” by the Sharon Singers (via Anabaptist Books)

Why Forgive? by Johann Christoph Arnold (free e-book)

Corey Smith (music) on MySpace

From: pamrosewellmoore

Pam Rosewell Moore was born near London, becoming a committed Christian at age 21. She served as a short-term missionary volunteer for the Church of the Province of East Africa from 1966-1967 and in 1968 joined the mission of Brother Andrew, “God’s Smuggler,” a Dutchman who transported Bibles into communist Eastern Europe. In 1976 Pam became companion to Corrie ten Boom, the Dutch Christian who was incarcerated in a Nazi prison camp and became known through her book The Hiding Place and film of the same name. Pam worked with Miss ten Boom until her death in 1983. In 1986, the same year as her marriage to Carey Moore, she published her first book, The Five Silent Years of Corrie ten Boom. A second book was Safer than a Known Way, the story of her surrender to the will of God. Together, Pam and Carey wrote: What Happens When Husbands and Wives Pray Together? She has also written Finding Your Way through Depression and Life Lessons from the Hiding Place: Discovering the Heart of Corrie ten Boom. From 1988 – 2003 Pam served Dallas Baptist University as director of intercessory prayer and spiritual life. A noted author and speaker, Pam shares her heart of faith over America and the world

3 thoughts on “Corrie ten Boom remembered: Katherine Albrecht interviews Pam Moore, Corrie’s caretaker. Corrie would say, today: “Are you ready. Are you at peace with God? Have you received the Lord Jesus Christ as your savior? Is He your Lord?” “Have you forgiven? Is there anybody you’ve not forgiven. God can help you forgive.”

    1. Jeff Fenske

      Katherine,

      My pleasure. I’ve also linked to some of your other interviews, but what you may enjoy are the transcriptions I’ve so far done from your programs. I’ve done this kind of thing for many other programs and videos too.

      Katherine Albrecht discusses discovering that her cell-phone was causing serious memory loss. And a study shows that cell phones actually adversely affect morality.

      Master Communicator, Katherine Albrecht Summarizes the Hegelian Dialectic (Problem > Reaction > Solution) in 10 Seconds — How They Do It To Us

      Katherine Albrecht on Libertarianism: “People Have a Right to Sin”

      Active Denial: “Our mind does not want to be wrong, so we constantly search for things that validate our own perspective”

      Katherine Albrecht: The MISTAKE, the Intentional LIE of Equating GOODness with BORINGness

      What I should have done, and I think still could, is transcribe your amazing upbeat assessment of why it’s a positive thing to have the privilege of not being able to take the mark and the beheading (or whatever) that would follow — because of the promised great reward!

      I’ll see if I can still do that. I suggested to a friend that she would listen to this broadcast, so I can probably find your archived program from that.

      I’ve been thinking of this martyrdom issue for decades, now, and I have some posts that you might be interested in regarding this. These are from my spiritual site, ONEcanhappen, which is about how Jesus prayed in John 17 that we’d be ONE with each other in Him. “Then the world will know.”

      First, have you seen this letter by Corrie ten Boom about how God will give us supernatural strength to endure whatever: Corrie Ten Boom: Prepared for the Coming Tribulation

      Also, I think my favorite movie of all time is The Robe. Have you seen it? My post on it: ‘The Robe’ (1953) — The God of All Comfort!

      The videos don’t work anymore, but I list my favorite scripture on this subject from 2 Cor. 1.

      There is one more article that I think you may be interested in. The Red Gate Prophecy — What If I Open It Just a Little Bit? This is a dream that a Christian had about how that Christians’ willingness to open the door to sin in their own lives has caused the fall of society. And ‘Christians’ are pointing the finger at the homosexuals, etc., when it’s the ‘Christians’ who opened the door to this destruction. Very interesting.

      Katherine, thank you so much for using your incredible research, people and speaking gifts for such a great purpose! You’re one of the greatest speakers ever!

      God bless!

      Let’s get ready.

      Jeff Fenske
      Anchorage, Alaska

    2. Jeff Fenske

      Katherine,

      I forgot to mention a really great book on how when the sufferings of Christ flow into our lives His comfort flows.

      It’s “Tortured for Christ” by Richard Wurmbrand http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=tortured+for+christ&x=0&y=0

      Though God didn’t stop them from torturing Richard, it was like Richard was in heaven almost (so full of the Holy Spirit), while enduring all of this. And Richard had such great love for his torturers.

      And perhaps the greatest key was what Corrie ten Boom also learned, to forgive them 100%!

      I had a video of Richard’s ordeal, once upon a time, but I’ve since lost it. And last I checked, The Voice of the Martyrs weren’t selling it anymore.

      Jeff : )

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