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Frau Luther



SKU# 0816342105

By Yvonne Davy

ISBN: 0816342105 | 88 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2013

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Late one night Katharina von Bora and eleven other nuns slipped out of the marienthron Convent and hid among the herring barrels on Herr Kopge's wagon. The driver, having tied down the heavy canvas over the barrels, clambered up onto the wagon and urged the horses on their way. Under the canvas the nuns shivered and gagged as they crouched among the smelly fish barrels.

If Katharina von Bora had been content to count her beads, do penance for her sins, and close her mind to the truths of the Bible, she would have lived and died in the obscurity of the Convent. But because she followed where God led, she became the first lady of the evangelical Reformation, the wife of the great Dr. Martin Luther, and the mother of a fine family. She lived to bless others. She found true happiness in serving those in need. The poor, little escaped nun died a truly rich woman. 

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This book is part of the Pacific Press Heritage line up and is printed on demand. Please allow additional time for delivery. If you need this title right away, please call your local Adventist Book Center to determine availability.

Late one night Katharina von Bora and eleven other nuns slipped out of the marienthron Convent and hid among the herring barrels on Herr Kopge's wagon. The driver, having tied down the heavy canvas over the barrels, clambered up onto the wagon and urged the horses on their way. Under the canvas the nuns shivered and gagged as they crouched among the smelly fish barrels.

If Katharina von Bora had been content to count her beads, do penance for her sins, and close her mind to the truths of the Bible, she would have lived and died in the obscurity of the Convent. But because she followed where God led, she became the first lady of the evangelical Reformation, the wife of the great Dr. Martin Luther, and the mother of a fine family. She lived to bless others. She found true happiness in serving those in need. The poor, little escaped nun died a truly rich woman. 

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Yvonne Davy


Yvonne Davy was born in South Africa in 1912. After graduating from Helderberg College, now Helderberg University, Yvonne taught there for a number of years. She married Arthur Ludlow Davy and in 1943, they served as missionaries in Central and East Africa for 23 years. They moved to the U.S. in 1966, where he was a pastor in the Oregon Conference until they both retired in1978. Yvonne taught piano and became a freelance writer. She authored twelve books and numerous articles for primary church publications. She also became known as "The Camp Meeting Storyteller" to hundreds of young people in the primary and junior divisions at camp meetings in Gladstone, Oregon, from 1967 until 1987, a year before her death.