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Author: Richard Wurmbrand
ISBN13: 978-0882640013
Title: Tortured for Christ
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Language: English
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Publisher: Living Sacrifice Book Co; New edition edition (May 1993)
Pages: 139

Tortured for Christ by Richard Wurmbrand

Tortured for Christ – The Movie. Fourteen Years In Communist Prison Could Not Break His Faith! The Voice of the Martyrs presents the inspiring movie Tortured for Christ, a cinematic retelling of the testimony of VOM founder Pastor Richard Wurmbrand as written in his international bestseller Tortured for Christ. Filmed entirely in Romania, including inside one of the prisons where Pastor Wurmbrand endured torture and solitary confinement, this powerful film will challenge every viewer to consider what it means to truly sacrifice for following Jesus Christ

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Richard Wurmbrand endured 14 years of unspeakable tortures in Communist prisons simply because of his love and outspokenness for Christ. Though it is small, I cannot call this book an "easy" read due to the atrocities mentioned in it. It's a grotesque book, yet also one of the most beautiful books I've read; beautiful because of these tortured Christians' pure, unfaltering love of Christ. Reading the problems these people had on an every day basis c This is an incredibly influential, moving book. Tortured for Christ" is an amazing book about a pastor tortured by Communists in Romania. He gives examples of tortured people who have a joy that no person except themselves can truly understand. The people of the Underground Church have an immense love for the captors and those who've treated them cruelly.

0 5 Author: Richard Wurmbrand. Richard Wurmbrand suffered 14 years in underground prison cells, months in solitary confinement, and years of physical torture. His only crimes were his fervent belief in Jesus Christ and his public witness for that faith. Richard Wurmbrand exposed the persecution of Christians by atheistic Communist governments-his testimony shocked the Western world.

Ships from and sold by basementseller101. The book was written QUICKLY-and in my opinion that is pretty obvious. Also-instead of just sharing his experience and laying out steps that we can take to help-the author was condemning at times of the western church for not being more supportive of the eastern underground church-perhaps because he felt this burden so strongly-but I found that a bit heavy handed and think he could have just presented what happened to. him to open the eyes of people in the west.

The late Reverend Richard Wurmbrand spent 14 years as a prisoner of the Communist government in Romania, where he was persecuted for his faith in Jesus Christ. The Answer to Atheist's Handbook. by Richard Wurmbrand. The Case for Christ records Lee Strobel's attempt to "determine if Strobel, Lee, 1952The case The Case for. Beginning English Conversation. 78 Pages·2012·835 KB·6,770 Downloads tortured for christ. Tortured for Christ, Richard Wurmbrand. The Life and Teachings of Jesus Christ and His Apostles.

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Richard Wurmbrand wrote Tortured for Christ 50 years ago. How is this book different? This is the first time you can read the whole story in one book-the whole story of Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand, who eventually founded The Voices of Martyrs. Previously, to get the full story, you had to read Tortured for Christ, which was Richard’s original book that he wrote as soon as he came out of prison. Later on, he wrote another book called In God’s Underground, which was a more complete picture of his martyrdom, and filled in the blanks that the first book didn’t touch on. Then, you had to read The.

Tortured for Christ by Richard Wurmbrand. It was the book that shocked the world. In Tortured for Christ, Wurmbrand tells of his imprisonment for his work with the underground church and introduces the work of The Voice of the Martyrs. The Voice of the Martyrs is a non-profit, Christian organization dedicated to assisting the persecuted church worldwide.

Months of solitary confinement, years of physical torture, constant hunger and the anguish of mental cruelty. All of these were experienced and witnessed by Romanian pastor Richard Wurmbrand during his 14 years in prison for his religious beliefs. This is his inspiring story of courage and faith.
Reviews: 7
I'm really torn about this review. I want to support Christian causes and people—but on the other had I don't think that "excellence" should be sacrificed in the name of doing something for God.

This book is called "Tortured for Christ"—but the author admits he didn't want to share much detail about what he and others went through. So he figuratively takes a reader up to the door where they were tortured—and then to their brokenness and injuries after the fact.

I wasn't particularly looking for a play by-play of what they went through—but he gave only a brief glimpse into that—and I was expecting more—both to strengthen my own faith and perhaps better equip me for what I might face in the future—since suffering is a universal promise for Christians—and we in the west might be facing the same things as we get closer and closer to Christ's return.

The book was written QUICKLY—and in my opinion that is pretty obvious. Also—instead of just sharing his experience and laying out steps that we can take to help—the author was condemning at times of the western church for not being more supportive of the eastern underground church—perhaps because he felt this burden so strongly—but I found that a bit heavy handed and think he could have just presented what happened to him to open the eyes of people in the west.

I understand this book has sold millions of copies and that MANY people enjoy it—it just wasn't for me.
I could say so much about this book. But for now just that when I'm feeling cranky or whiny about how difficult life is in this impoverished country called America, it's the perfect remedy to make me grateful again and give me a reality check. Stand up people.

So powerful. In the right hands.
Oh how this account still is relevant! Eye opening yet not surprising. In Richards book Marx and Satan it revealed some of the most horrific suffering of Christians. Crucified men and women with innards removed and dead baby's sewn into the sides of those of faith in restricted nations. This inventive horror driven persecution still takes place.

Bold account, driven by truth and the love of God to 'go therefore' not just in words but living it out.
Every single person should read this book! You will no longer be bummed out that you don't make enough money, gained weight or aren't fulfilled in your life. It will inspire you to appreciate your freedom and make the most of it. It grew my faith in seeing - these people are soo sure Jesus is God they will not forsake him when given the chance to end their torture! Socialism will do this to ANYONE who does not submit to the party that takes from the people and tortures them. It's happening in Venezuela - more people should read t his book.
Doesn't go into gory details but you hear enough that it sometimes is difficult to hear Mr. Wumbrand's story. The narrator's accent also makes this audio book more tragically real to the listener. It is not true that God only gives the suffering you can handle. We may have to suffer more than that, but the reality of Christ in a Christians does exceed the suffering that God allows.
For the christian, God is with you even in the darkest places. This book will make you weep, that men can hate the Lord (and not even know why they hate Him, Ephesians 6:12) and do such cruel things to helpless people shut up in prison. It'll also show you the power of Jesus Christ in his servants to do impossible things that no man can do in his own strength; like love and pray for your torturers. It defies the natural laws of the world and is one of the sure testimonies of the Spirit is God working to save even the foulest of men, for his own glory.
After weeks of prayer in search of what God was calling me to do, I found His answer in this story about the persecution of our brothers and sisters in Christ. At first I was angry, not understanding why the Church has to suffer when Christ already suffered for us. Through this book He showed me the purpose and about forgiveness. Because of this I know my purpose. But there is so much more. Find it for yourself. It will change you forever!
A very compelling story. This book not only portrays the strength of faith, but provides a vivid description of the evils of communism in the twentieth century. A must read for Christians or anybody interested in politics or history in general.