Richard Wurmbrand (1909-2001), whose many years of imprisonment for the gospel included three years in solitary confinement, talks about how he spent his time:

Wurmbrand went on to write Tortured for Christ and to found Voice of the Martyrs.

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9 thoughts on “How Richard Wurmbrand Spent Three Years of Solitary Confinement with Christ”

  1. Ray Ortlund says:

    How glorious.

  2. Rico says:

    Your a guy I can ask this question. Why do pastors use this pick from here and pick from there 6 to 12 versus. And call it a sermon? Where is the exposition of the Glory of Gd? I’m reading a lot of Bernard Ramm, Tom Watson, C.S. Lewis, Stephen Charnock and Edwards. I keep reading about preaching from man’s wisdom and Gd’s wisdom. There really isn’t a contest but ALL I see are pastors using their own wisdom and disperatly wanting a Gdly and praying pastor.

  3. Rico says:

    Justin,
    I just didn’t know where else to ask. I’ve listened to you Pastors Conference you’ve done with John Piper and the book you did together. Thanks if you can answer.
    Rico

  4. Samuel O'Connell says:

    Thank you so much for posting. He has always been such an inspiration to me. I have read many of his books through the years but had never heard his voice. Lord, remind me and give me the patience to slow down my life and pray for the persecuted church.

  5. Susan Osborne says:

    Revealed in this video was what wicked men will do. Then up hard against this is the message that those who belong to our Father in heaven are safe in his arms forever. Man maybe able to kill the body but our souls belong to God. Hallelujah. Praise to His holy name and let us continue in Richards footsteps and pray for those who are chained for the Gospels sake. Justin you have been a good servant in that this message has been broadcast to so many. Thank you and may God’s love and peace be your portion forever.

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