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The inspiring love story that will change your life. One hundred years ago, an “unsinkable” luxury liner sank on its maiden voyage. More than 1,500 men, women, and children tragically lost their lives after the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg on the night of April 12, 1912. Shockingly, many who perished had refused to board the lifeboats at first, believing the ship as truly indestructible and would not sink! From that dark disaster shines an inspirational love story—the true story of one man’s great love for his Savior and for humankind. This is the story of John Harper, the Titanic’s last hero, who set his only child in a lifeboat before setting his sights on the salvation of the lost souls around him. Re-live John Harper’s last hours as the ship took on water and passengers swarmed the decks. “Let the women, children, and the unsaved into the lifeboats!” was Harper’s cry. Discover, through the testimonies of those who knew him, what inspired this man to go down with the ship and flounder in icy waters under a starry sky as he searched for doomed souls who needed his message of love and salvation. The Titanic’s Last Hero presents a hero whose courageous story you will never forget.
Published: Ambassador International on Oct 25, 2013
ISBN: 9781620200568
List price: $9.99
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John Harper was travelling on the Titanic en route to Chicago for three months of preaching at Moody Church when he was one of the many who died. He spent his last hours urging those around him to put their faith in Jesus. This is a book of the tributes paid to him back in 1912.read more
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John Harper was travelling on the Titanic en route to Chicago for three months of preaching at Moody Church when he was one of the many who died. He spent his last hours urging those around him to put their faith in Jesus. This is a book of the tributes paid to him back in 1912.
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