This is one of Corrie ten Boom's twenty or so books that details her life after World War II. If you haven't read The Hiding Place, you must start there or you can't really get the full impact of the amazing woman that was Corrie ten Boom, a simple Dutch woman with a powerful testimony. The Hiding Place is the story of how Corrie and her family helped Jews escape the Nazis and their subsequent imprisonment in a concentration camp. Tramp for the Lord chronicles Corrie's travels all around the world, sharing the word of God. I am amazed at what this woman continued to do well into her eighties, when she could have been relaxing in a life well lived.
Each chapter of the book is a separate story. I took several weeks to read this as a kind of devotional, reading only one or two chapters each night. I longed for Corrie to be able to rest her weary bones and stopping traveling, yet she just kept going. It's hard to even imagine how many lives she has transformed with her words, both written and spoken.