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As a boy he dreamed of being a spy undercover behind enemy lines. As a man he found himself undercover for God. Brother Andrew was his name and for decades his life story, recounted in God’s Smuggler, has awed and inspired millions. The bestseller tells of the young Dutch factory worker’s incredible efforts to transport Bibles across closed borders-and the miraculous ways

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    Sarah Grace

    May 09, 2017

    rated it
    it was amazing

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    Wow. Wow. Wow. This book, ya’ll. I just can’t even tell you how faith-strengthening, inspiring, adventuresome, and just down-right fun and encouraging this was! Simply amazing! Very highly recommended! Every Christian needs to read this! And even if your not into non-fiction, this is still a great book! At times I had to remind myself that is *was* non-fiction. Go find a copy of this!

    Mark

    Aug 01, 2011

    rated it
    it was amazing

    In my early days of walking with Christ, it seemed every Christian was recommending this book. Thirty years later, I’ve finally read it. All I can say is: What took me so long?

    There have been several books throughout my journey with the Lord that have impacted me so profoundly that I now view the reading of them as milestones in my life. This book may now top the list.

    In “God’s Smuggler,” Brother Andrew tells his own story of smuggling Bibles to Christians behind the Iron Curtain. When he first

    There have been several books throughout my journey with the Lord that have impacted me so profoundly that I now view the reading of them as milestones in my life. This book may now top the list.

    In “God’s Smuggler,” Brother Andrew tells his own story of smuggling Bibles to Christians behind the Iron Curtain. When he first started this ministry, he just went alone and carried Bibles and literature with him. He began to see just how limited religious freedom was in many of the Communist countries, and his burden grew to get as many Bibles to as many people as possible. In some cases, he found churches with no Bibles in their possessions. Just bringing one single Bible to such a fellowship would bring tears of gratitude and appreciation. It is indeed moving to read of these people who thirsted for Word of God and were not allowed to have it.

    Brother Andrew’s work was dangerous. It would sometimes take a couple of hours to get across a border as guards emptied trunks, removed hub caps, opened hoods, etc. in search of anything that they were supposed to confiscate, Bibles included. Andrew was often aware of state officials keeping an eye on him wherever he went in some of these countries. But he pressed on, believing the work was worth the risk, and seeing God do some pretty amazing things along the way.

    This is a book about serving God faithfully and trusting God implicitly. Brother Andrew now considers this book to be a curse because it has caused many people to elevate him to superstar status. He regrets that that has happened and believes he was only doing what any Christian should do. If you read this book, you may find yourself wanting to do just that.


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    Mike (the Paladin)

    Written in 1967 I’ve heard about this book for a long time and always “meant to get around to it”. Well based on a recommendation here that reminded me of it I finally got it (after 46 years) and it was well worth the read.

    First off this is a Christian read, know that going in. While it has value as a read about the Cold War era it is told from the point of view of a Christian missionary (and those involved with him.

    Now for you who have a knee-jerk bad reaction to the word missionary I can only

    First off this is a Christian read, know that going in. While it has value as a read about the Cold War era it is told from the point of view of a Christian missionary (and those involved with him.

    Now for you who have a knee-jerk bad reaction to the word missionary I can only say that said reaction isn’t a balanced one and is based on the worst examples of those who call themselves Christian. I can only suggest that you treat this and all accounts with an open mind. I won’t try to tell the story here that’s in the book, but maybe give it a shot?

    I will say that the events recounted here caused me to reevaluate my own life, my own Christianity, my own faith and my attitude toward faith. I’ve known for some time that the phrase “my faith” is a misnomer in that we need “the faith of Christ” not “our own” faith. Brother Andrew (Andrew van der Bijl) lived that out. He did it (with God’s help) in a simple low key way. From his home in the Netherlands he traveled to and through the Iron Curtain countries and later across the world witnessing and speaking of Christ.

    As I said, this is frankly a Christian book. I think others may enjoy it for the history but it will always carry its Christianity front and center. I have been greatly inspired by the read and recommend it wholeheartedly.
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