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Tomorrow you die : "you are a traitor ... and traitors are shot"

Author: Reona Peterson Joly
Publisher: Seattle, WA : YWAM Pub., ©1997.
Series: International adventures.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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"Reona Peterson Joly and Evey Muggleton Heckman never dreamed of the adventure and danger that lay before them as they attended a short-term missions school in Switzerland. Then, as the two young women sought God, they began to sense a burden for the mysterious, isolated nation of Albania - a nation unlike any other. In the 1970s Albania's leaders boasted that theirs was the first completely atheistic nation in the  Read more...
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Named Person: Reona Peterson Joly; Evey Muggleton Heckman
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Reona Peterson Joly
ISBN: 0927545926 9780927545921
OCLC Number: 48911363
Description: 160 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: I have placed before you an open door --
Praying always --
with all perseverance --
Though it linger, wait for it --
The gates of hell shall not prevail --
Go through, go through the gates --
Do not fear what they fear --
They shall hear my voice --
The earth is the Lord's and everything in it --
This is the day the Lord has made --
Appointed to death --
Fear none of those things which thou shalt suffer --
Father, glorify your name --
No weapon that is formed against you shall prosper --
My angel will go ahead of you --
Strive together in your prayers to God for me --
Every knee shall bow and every tongue confess.
Series Title: International adventures.
Responsibility: Reona Peterson Joly.

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"Reona Peterson Joly and Evey Muggleton Heckman never dreamed of the adventure and danger that lay before them as they attended a short-term missions school in Switzerland. Then, as the two young women sought God, they began to sense a burden for the mysterious, isolated nation of Albania - a nation unlike any other. In the 1970s Albania's leaders boasted that theirs was the first completely atheistic nation in the world. Closed to almost all outsiders, Communist Albania particularly wanted no contact with Christians. In this nation that had sealed Christian citizens in barrels and rolled them into the sea, preaching the gospel was punishable by death. Willing participants in God's plan, yet unsure of how He would lift their burden, Reona and Evey took the first small steps of faith. Through a miraculous set of events, the two young believers were drawn into the danger and intrigue of being God's undercover agents in a nation that officially despised Him."--Publisher's website.

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