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Free Study Guide for The Hiding Place by Corrie ten Boom

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CHAPTER ELEVEN - The Lieutenant


Summary

In late May, Corrie was taken to her first hearing. A row of small huts lined one wall of the courtyard of the prison, and Corrie was led into one of them. She called on the help of Jesus who she noted had been to a hearing of his own. The one to which she was led had a row of tulips around it and that seemed to her a sign of hope. The Lieutenant who spoke to her had come to her cell before to ask her if she knew the names of people on a list he carried. Now he stoked up the fire to help her get warm. They talked for a moment about such cold weather for late spring and the tulips he had planted, but eventually he told Corrie, “If I am to help you, you must tell me everything.” He questioned her for an hour and........

Notes

Corrie’s purpose in life, the one she sought after Karel married another woman, is now beginning to reveal itself very slowly. Just as she feels she is always going to be alone, God gives her the opportunity to reveal His love. She has her hearing with a lieutenant who also feels alone.........

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