Inscrit le: 12 Mai 2016
|Posté le: Mar 20 Juin - 04:31 (2017) Sujet du message: But I Forgive You: The Candymaker Who Was Saved By Grace Do
Michael Kapp found his orthodox Jewish home life in Germany too confining, and stowed away on a ship to America at the young age of fourteen. But he soon discovered how unprepared he was for the hardships of living on his own in America. While peddling candy in Chicago, he meets the love of his life—a girl named Freddie. After marrying, he goes through a deep crisis of his soul and finds the Savior. From that point on, he could not learn enough about this Jesus that fulfilled all of the requirements for the Jewish Messiah, and he became a student in the first Moody Bible Institute class. As their family continued to grow, so did his passion for preaching the gospel. By1903, Michael and Freddie felt the call and moved to Kansas City to assist C.J. Baker with his tent evangelism ministry that grew out of the Central Bible Hall congregation. Michael spent the rest of his life traveling to small communities along the railroad lines, preaching the gospel throughout the Midwest and leading many people to the Lord Jesus Christ. He found the joy and peace he had been searching for along the way, and enthusiastically shared, from the perspective of an orthodox Jewish heritage, what it means to be saved by grace.
bound: 250 pages
publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (March 25, 2017)
isbn: 1544944381, 978-1544944388,
weight: 12.8 ounces (