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We Are Always Remembered
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We Are Always Remembered
(Watashitachi wa Itsumo Oboerareteiru)


Sakie Yokota
Tract. No matter what we are suffering, we can always be assured God knows and is with us in the suffering. Sakie learned this when her daughter Megumi disappeared and someone introduced her to the story of Job in the Bible. Job lost all his children and wealth and his health but could still affirm his trust in God. Quotes Job 1:21. She was comforted as she read. As she read more in the Bible she began to see how sinful her heart was. But she learned how Jesus suffered on the cross to save people who are all sinners. She accepted God. Job's friends said he suffered as punishment for his wrongs, but that was not true. God has a plan and, even when we cannot understand it, we know God is love and in his hand is life. God always remembers you and cares for you. I pray for his peace upon you. The profile on the back explains that Sakie's daughter Megumi was abducted to North Korea. Her blue ribbon campaign for Megumi's return has made Sakie one of the most famous women in Japan. Package of 50.
Code.44472 Price: 810

Love Never Gives Up
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Love Never Gives Up
(Ai wa Akiramenai)


Sakie Yokota
Sakie’s beloved daughter, Megumi, was 13 when she was abducted by N. Korean agents and taken there to train spies. In this tragedy Sakie encountered the living God, and learned to place her hope in God and trust in Him. Pack of 50.
Code.44433 Price: 1080

Lessons of Life
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Lessons of Life
(Inochi no Jugyoh)


Shigeru and Sakie Yokota & Middle Schoolers
Megumi Yokota was 13 when N. Korean agents abducted her to train spies. Her parents, Shigeru and Sakie, have waged a campaign to get her back and are nationally known for it. Megumi’s classmate became a middle school teacher and invited the Yokotas to speak to his students. This book has the essays the students wrote in response and touch on the value of life. B6* size, 144 pp.
Code.11350 Price: 1000

Love Never Gives Up
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Love Never Gives Up
(Ai wa, Akiramenai)


Sakie Yokota
This book is filled with heartfelt words of a mother’s endless prayers as the author describes her days in detail since her daughter’s abduction to North Korea until now. She shares her recent interaction with her granddaughter Eun Gyong. Through her story, she also shares how she used to be in the midst of despair. But now she tries not to resent the abductors and hopes that her daughter will one day return home. Her faith in God shines through. B6* size. 144 pp.
Code.11230 Price: 1000

For the Other Side of the Sea
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For the Other Side of the Sea
(Kono Umi no Mukoh ni)


Sakie Yokota
On September 17, 2002, the entire Japanese public was astonished by the government's report about kidnapped Japanese in North Korea. Mrs. Yokota's daughter Megumi was included among the victims whom North Korea asserted had died. "Whatever they say, I still believe she is alive," said Mrs. Yokota. What was the deep source of her strength? It was God's Word and prayer. No matter how deep the misery was, God has never failed to provide her with real peace. She wants to share this truth with more and more people through this tract. 20 Yen each. Sold in packs of 50.
Code.44416 Price: 1080

We Are Always Remembered
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We Are Always Remembered
(Love Japan: Watashitachi wa Itsumo Oboerareteiru)


Sakie Yokota
Tract for Love Japan distribution campaign in Northern Japan Disaster area. After the author lost her daughter who was abducted to N. Korea, she began to read the Bible’s book of Job about a man who lost everything. Yet Job trusted in God in his suffering. She kept reading and gradually saw her sinfulness and discovered Jesus had died to save us from our sin. So she repented of not wanting to know God, believed He took all the world’s suffering and sadness and received Him. God is love and gives us life. Knowing someone remembers you and knows your pain is a comfort. God always knows you and holds you in his heart. May you have God’s peace. FREE for distribution in the 5 disaster prefectures. Contact EHC directly. For elsewhere sold in packs of 100 for \1,050.
Code.44350 Price: 1080

Buru Ribon no Inori: Shinppan
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Buru Ribon no Inori: Shinppan
(Ribbons of Blue, Voices of Prayer: Revised Edition)


Sakie Yokota, Setsuki Shinbo, Makiko Saito, Mitsue Makino.
Revised & expanded with 32 additional pages. In 1977 Sakie's daughter Megumi, then 13, was abducted by North Korea to help train its spies. Then Sakie met and began walking with God, supported by missionaries & Christian friends. She and three close friends share their stories. Supporters pressing for rescue of those abducted show support by wearing blue ribbons. Hardcover. B6? size, 180 pp. Forest Books.
Code.12771 Price: 1296

Like a Cosmos Flower
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Like a Cosmos Flower
(Kosumosu no Yoh ni)


Makoto Iwabuchi, Yumiko Iwabuchi, Sakie Yokota
Music CD with song based on a poem written by Sakie Yokota remembering her daughter, Megumi, who was kidnapped by N. Korean agents and taken to N. Korea. Makoto Iwabuchi wrote the music and it is sung by him and his wife Yumiko. Two karaoke (instrument only) versions are included: one in Bflat to match the original, and also one in C. On one track Mrs. Yokota reads the poem. All proceeds go to the National Association for the Rescue of Japanese Kidnapped by North Korea.
Code.48478 Price: 1080

For the Other Side of the Sea
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For the Other Side of the Sea
(Kono Umi No Mukou Ni)


Sakie Yokota
On September 17, 2002, the entire Japanese public was astonished by the government's report about kidnapped Japanese in North Korea. Mrs. Yokota's daughter was included among the victims whom North Korea asserted had died. "Whatever they say, I still believe she is alive," said Mrs. Yokota. What was the deep source of her strength? It was God's Word and prayer. No matter how deep the misery was, God has never failed to provide her with real peace. She wants to share this truth with more and more people through this tract. 12Yen each. Sold in packs of 50.
Code.44038 Price: 648

Ribbons of Blue, Voices of Prayer
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Ribbons of Blue, Voices of Prayer
(Buruu Ribon no Inori)


Sakie Yokota, Setsuko Shinbo, Makiko Saito, Mitsue Makino
In 1977, Sakie Yokotaユs daughter, Megumi, then 13, was abducted by North Korea to help train its spies. In the time since then, Sakie encountered God and began a walk with Him, supported by missionaries and Christian friends. Now Sakie and three of her close friends, share their stories. She says, "I want to share with my daughter when she comes back, how God's hand was upon me, and how I was supported by everyone's prayers.モ Recently supporters have multiplied who press for rescuing all those abducted and show their support by wearing blue ribbons. Forest Books Imprint. Hardcover.
Code.12770 Price: 1296

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