Out of Egypt (Book 4) - Dutch Freedom Series

Out of Egypt (Book 4) - Dutch Freedom Series

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  • 116 pages
  • 0.412 lbs

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From the Dutch Freedom Series.

"Recruiters," gasped Pieter when he was near enough. "Just as we sang the closing hymn, recruiters for the king's army came barging in."

Will the young men who were taken be able to resist the drillmaster's pressure? Starvation and other tortures were used to compel them to take up arms. King Frederick William wanted them in his army!

In this fourth book of the "Dutch Freedom" series, we find the persecution easing off. No longer are the believers being slain for their faith.

Yet some are concerned. As the church transitions out of persecution, what will happen to the purity of the faith?

Laurens and Margi, in the Netherlands, struggle with such questions. So do Janski and Frani, in East Prussia. They still face oppression in different forms. Time after time the Mennonites are forced to pull up their roots and emigrate.

When will they find a land of true freedom?

Or is true freedom a state of heart?

Table of Contents

  • Foreword
  • Lead-in Story

Part One: The Days of Prince William

  • Wedding Plans
  • The Entire Fatherland
  • Forgetting the Rock
  • Closed
  • The Pacification Is Signed
  • Forgotten Problems
  • New Freedom
  • Thin Ice
  • No Peace
  • Out of Ghent

Part Two: The Days of the Prussian Kings

  • Farmers Needed
  • Gemli Comes Back
  • Time to Leave
  • Peace Like a River
  • One in the Vine
  • Help Coming
  • Differences
  • Potsdam Guards
  • Roots of Faith
  • Epilogue
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