Mimosa: A True Story

Mimosa: A True Story Review

The inspirational and dramatic story of a Hindu child who heard of God's love for her, and trusted in Him through years of persecution and adversity...

Title:Mimosa: A True Story
Edition Language:English

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  • Melinda

    This book was written by Amy Carmichael in 1924. Amy was a Christian missionary in India who established an orphanage and founded a mission on Dohnavur. More information about her can be found at http...

  • Dhanaraj Rajan

    The reason for reading this book is the author, Amy Carmichael. Amy Carmichael was an Irish protestant missionary who worked near to my native place in Tamil Nadu for many years. And I, being a Christ...

  • Mary

    I loved this book. I could not put it down and finished it in a day which is unusual for me. I have long lists of things to do... I could not stop reading because I wanted to see where God would meet ...

  • R

    One of the most powerful non-fiction stories I have ever read, very moving and compelling testimony of the transforming love and power of God....

  • Angie Thompson

    This was a wonderful true testimony of God's incredible power to use the very smallest of seeds to grow His kingdom and to keep His own through unimaginable difficulties. As Amy Carmichael points out ...

  • Megan Lane

    Incredible story of how much God can do with our "widow's mite". No matter the size of the seed that is sown, God is gonna do what He wants to do, not what we think is possible.And Mimosa! What an inc...

  • Heather Dillard

    I first read this little book several years ago, and the thought of this woman’s story has stayed with me. It is still just as moving the second time, a reminder of the faithfulness of God. ...

  • Rachel

    When Mimosa was a little girl, she went to Dohnavor with her father to visit her sister. In the brief time she was there, she heard about a God who is a loving Father: that knowledge changed her life....

  • Rose on aish

    This book is great! It's a true story about an Indian woman, who didn't know Christ at all and didn't had the chance to read or to be taught out of the Bible and had no education (she couldn't even re...

  • Jeanne

    I needed to hear the encouraging message that runs through the book...that Jesus is real and oh so personal. He will take care of all my needs and I need not tell a soul.Pg. 135 Mimosa sold her brass ...