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Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The spiritual vision of Trobisch's classic answers to love's questions is reproduced here in a new edition. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published February 20th by Quiet Waters Publications first published More Details Original Title.

Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about I Loved a Girl , please sign up. See 1 question about I Loved a Girl…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jun 11, Jim B rated it it was amazing Shelves: christian , favorites , spiritual-heritage.

This Christian classic should be read by everyone! Letters between a German missionary pastor and a young nonChristian African man and the Christian girl he's attracted to. Walter Trobisch is the finest writer on the subject of love that I have ever come across. He knows what it is to be in love, and unlike most Christian writers, he doesn't lose sight of that when he gives guidance from the Bible about love between a man and a woman. It is interesting that arranged marriages and polygamy This Christian classic should be read by everyone!

It is interesting that arranged marriages and polygamy come up in his writing to Africans but are dealt with in the same consistent gentle revelation of God's goodness.

View 2 comments. Raw, compelling, applicable, beautiful. May 20, Salma rated it really liked it. I really had no idea what I expected to gain from reading this book. It almost felt surreal and most often than not, I willed the story to turn out differently.

I appreciated his frank way of approaching his questions but I couldn't help feeling he wanted a little more than comfort. He wanted to get all the answers to the questions and wasn't at all I really had no idea what I expected to gain from reading this book.

He wanted to get all the answers to the questions and wasn't at all prepared for the challenges that came with it. In a way I understand him though. He was still trying to accept the fact that God is ready to forgive no matter what happens. All in all it's a really thought-provoking read and I don't regret reading it for a second.

View 1 comment. Jul 03, Daniel Lehn rated it really liked it Shelves: , biography. I Loved a Girl is a reprint of the letters primarily between Walter and Francois, Francois being a native African, the result of a polygamous marriage, poor, unwanted by his father, adopted by Walters mission and now writing to him seeking advise. Francois is in trouble. After being baptized as a Christian and gaining a post at a Christian school, Francois has been fired.

He loved a girl, or more bluntly he fornicated. Now he is being excommunicated and is filled with questions. What is the purpose of having a sex drive when it cannot be exercised except in marriage, according to Christian teaching? Why does the church preach grace and then strongly punish certain sins? Is it not cowardly to refrain from sleeping with someone when they make advances?

Pastor Walter gives great answers to all of his questions. The care and love given in these letters is a model for all relationships, peer or mentor. You have taught me how to love. You have kindled in my heart a fire of heavenly origin, without which I no longer consider myself a man. But now this fire consumes me. It makes me suffer more than I can bear, and it will kill me. I do not expect an answer, because there is none. And now you say I should go to Cecile.

With empty hands? The analogy can be read in full below. In sum I enjoy reading Christian living books from ages not my own for the perspective they give on timeless topics. This book was first published in but rings with freshness even today. He was captured and put in a cage. But the keeper wanted to make the tiger his friend. He always spoke to him in a friendly voice whenever he came to his cage.

The tiger, however, always looked at him with hostility in his green, glowing eyes. He followed every movement of the keeper, ready to spring on him. The keeper was afraid of the tiger and asked God to tame him. The tiger reached out with his claws. There was a blow, a scream. When the keeper arrived he found dismembered human flesh and blood.

Then the keeper knew that God had not tamed the tiger. His fear grew. He drove the tiger into a dark hold where no one could come close to him. Now the tiger roared day and night. The terrible sound disturbed the keeper so that he could no longer sleep. It reminded him of his guilt. Always in his dreams he saw the torn body of the little girl. Then he cried out in his misery. He prayed to God that the tiger might die.

God answered him, but the answer was different from what the keeper had expected. God said, 'let the tiger into your house, into the rooms where you live, even into your most beautiful room.

He would rather die than go on hearing the roar of the tiger. So he obeyed. He opened the door of the cage and prayed: 'Thy will be done. As soon as the tiger noticed that the keeper had no fear and that he breathed quietly, he lay down at his feet. That is the way it began.

But at night the tiger would begin to roar again, and the keeper would be afraid. So he had to let the tiger come into his house and face him. Again he had to look the tiger directly in the eye.

Again and again.

Walter Trobisch

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When he had finished creating the man, the Creator realized that he had used up all the concrete elements. There was nothing solid, nothing compact or hard, left over to create the woman.

And if a sparrow cannot fall to the ground without his notice, is it probable that an empire can rise without his aid? We have been assured, Sir, in the sacred writings, that " except the Lord build the house they labor in vain that build it. Six days shalt thou labor, and do all thy work: but the seventh day is the sabbath of the LORD thy God : in it thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor thy. The war is actually begun. The next gale that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms.

Trobisch, Walter

Through August , Boston University has moved to remote teaching and learning, canceled on-campus activities, and minimized lab research activities. Born in Leipzig, Germany, Walter Trobisch was drafted into the army at age Wounded on the Russian front, he was evacuated to Vienna, where he began studies for the ministry. After the war he continued his study at Leipzig and Heidelberg and spent a year at Augustana College in Illinois. While in language school in Paris, she renewed her acquaintance with Walter, who now was a pastor in Germany. In she went to Cameroon, but their love grew and two years later they were married. He joined her in the mision and in they began a pioneer work at Tchollire, in northern Cameroon. He also offered classes on sex and marriage for older students, which led to the publication in of I Loved a Girl , the correspondence between him and two young African Christians who were deeply in love. This became a bestseller, and further books followed. The requests for advice on family life grew so heavy that the Trobishes left Cameroon in , relocated to Austria, and formed the Family Life Mission, which conducted seminars all over the world and carried on a large counseling ministry by mail.

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It is simple and clear and yet very deep.

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I Loved a Girl By Walter Trobisch

Together these two titles have sold over 1,, copies! The books are honest and personal conversations about love and marriage straight from the African context. We asked the author's sons, Stephen and David Trobisch, to respond to three points regarding these books and how they have touched lives in Africa.

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I Loved a Girl: A Private Correspondence

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Sep 8, - Love is a Feeling to be Learned By Walter Trobisch In India they tell She began to understand that a young man who sends a book to her.

Nasalian Blog. This beautiful book is a private correspondence containing a story of love and its many battles in all sincerity, honesty and openness. When Walter and Ingrid Trobisch came to Africa on a missionary journey, they met a young man Francois, a new believer who had struggles and questions concerning love, sex and marriage. He opened up to them and thereafter a series of letters ensued between Francois and the Trobisches.

I Love a Young Man

Дэвид Беккер умрет. Халохот поднимался вверх с пистолетом в руке, прижимаясь вплотную к стене на тот случай, если Беккер попытается напасть на него сверху. Железные подсвечники, установленные на каждой площадке, стали бы хорошим оружием, если бы Беккер решил ими воспользоваться.

ISBN 13: 9780718804572

Ему сразу же стало ясно, что высокое положение в тридцать восемь лет в АНБ нельзя получить за красивые глаза: Сьюзан Флетчер оказалась одной из умнейших женщин, каких ему только доводилось встречать. Обсуждая шифры и ключи к ним, он поймал себя на мысли, что изо всех сил пытается соответствовать ее уровню, - для него это ощущение было новым и оттого волнующим. Час спустя, когда Беккер уже окончательно опоздал на свой матч, а Сьюзан откровенно проигнорировала трехстраничное послание на интеркоме, оба вдруг расхохотались.

И вот эти два интеллектуала, казалось бы, неспособные на вспышки иррациональной влюбленности, обсуждая проблемы лингвистической морфологии и числовые генераторы, внезапно почувствовали себя подростками, и все вокруг окрасилось в радужные тона.

То, что она увидела, привело ее в ужас. С интервалом в три минуты была зарегистрирована вторая серия команд запирания-отпирания.

Всего трое. Халохот стиснул револьвер в руке, не вынимая из кармана. Он будет стрелять с бедра, направляя дуло вверх, в спину Беккера.

Пуля пробьет либо позвоночник, либо легкие, а затем сердце. Если даже он не попадет в сердце, Беккер будет убит: разрыв легкого смертелен.

Interview with Sons of Walter Trobisch–author of I Loved a Girl and I Married You

ГЛАВА 31 Сьюзан вернулась в Третий узел. После разговора со Стратмором она начала беспокоиться о безопасности Дэвида, а ее воображение рисовало страшные картины.

- Ну, - послышался голос Хейла, склонившегося над своим компьютером, - и чего же хотел Стратмор. Провести романтический вечер в обществе своего главного криптографа. Сьюзан проигнорировала его вопрос и села за свой терминал.

Глаза Халохота закатились, глядя в пустоту. Странно, но его очки ничуть не пострадали. Странные очки, подумал Беккер, увидев проводок, который тянулся от ушных дужек к коробочке, пристегнутой к брючному ремню.

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