Tortured for Christ

As Communists invaded Romania in the 1940s, Christians were given the choice to promote Communism or go to prison. Lutheran pastor Richard Wurmbrand and his wife Sabina chose to stand for Jesus. Despite the danger, Sabina boldly begged her husband to “wash away this shame from the face of Christ! They are spitting in His face.”

Their outspoken faith earned both of them brutal imprisonment, with the pastor enduring much torture in his fourteen years of captivity.

This true account of unbreakable faith powerfully portrays the victorious living Christ enables. Dedicated to loving others in Jesus’ name, Pastor Wurmbrand said, “As communist atheists allowed no place for Jesus in their hearts, I decided I’d leave not the smallest place for Satan in mine.”

After their release, the Wurmbrands continued to serve Jesus and founded Voice of the Martyrs, an international ministry to the persecuted church.


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