100 de meditații din închisoare #2020

100 de meditații din închisoare By Richard Wurmbrand de medita ii din nchisoare Alone in a Windowless Cell Richard Wurmbrand had plenty of time to think during his fourteen years in a Communist prison He reflected on his life his world and especially his Creator His fellow pris
  • Title: 100 de meditații din închisoare
  • Author: Richard Wurmbrand
  • ISBN: 9739681499
  • Page: 141
  • Format: Paperback
  • 100 de meditații din închisoare By Richard Wurmbrand
    100 de meditații din închisoare By Richard Wurmbrand Alone in a Windowless Cell Richard Wurmbrand had plenty of time to think during his fourteen years in a Communist prison He reflected on his life, his world, and especially his Creator His fellow prisoners included other pastors, theologians, and Bible scholars They shared ideas and insights, and even preached sermons to each other The captivity he endured includeAlone in a Windowless Cell Richard Wurmbrand had plenty of time to think during his fourteen years in a Communist prison He reflected on his life, his world, and especially his Creator His fellow prisoners included other pastors, theologians, and Bible scholars They shared ideas and insights, and even preached sermons to each other The captivity he endured included three years of solitary confinement Although deprived of human companionship, he remained in intimate communion with God He examined in depth the revelation of the Bible and its mandates for the Christian life His meditations from those years are provocative, challenging, sometimes disturbing They are the thoughts of a man who has been close to God and close to death After reading his contemplations, you will read the Bible with a fresh perspective You will look on your fellow man in a different light You may even live in a new way.
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      Early lifeRichard Wurmbrand, the youngest of four boys, was born in 1909 in Bucharest in a Jewish family He lived with his family in Istanbul for a short while his father died when he was 9, and the Wurmbrands returned to Romania when he was 15.As an adolescent, he became attracted to communism, and, after attending a series of illegal meetings of the Communist Party of Romania PCdR , he was sent to study Marxism in Moscow, but returned clandestinely the following year Pursued by Siguran a Statului the secret police , he was arrested and held in Doftana prison Wurmbrand subsequently renounced his political ideals.He married Sabina Oster on October 26, 1936 Wurmbrand and his wife were converted to Christianity in 1938 through the witness of Christian Wolfkes, a Romanian Christian carpenter they joined the Anglican Mission to the Jews Wurmbrand was ordained twice first as an Anglican, then, after World War II, as a Lutheran pastor.In 1944, when the Soviet Union occupied Romania as the first step to establishing the communist regime, Wurmbrand began a ministry to his Romanian countrymen and to the Red Army soldiers When the government attempted to control the churches, he immediately began an underground ministry to his people He was arrested on February 29, 1948, while on his way to church services edit PrisonsWurmbrand, who passed through the penal facilities of Craiova, Gherla, the Danube Black Sea Canal, V c re ti, Malmaison, Cluj, and ultimately Jilava, spent three years in solitary confinement His wife, Sabina, was arrested in 1950 and spent three years of penal labour on the Canal.Pastor Wurmbrand was released in 1956, after eight and a half years, and, although warned not to preach, resumed his work in the underground church He was arrested again in 1959, and sentenced to 25 years During his imprisonment, he was beaten and tortured.Eventually, he was the recipient of an amnesty in 1964 Concerned with the possibility of further imprisonment, the Norwegian Mission to the Jews and the Hebrew Christian Alliance negotiated with the Communist authorities for his release from Romania for 10,000 He was convinced by underground church leaders to leave and become a voice for the persecuted church edit Exile and missionWurmbrand traveled to Norway, England, and then the United States In May 1965, he testified in Washington, D.C before the US Senate s Internal Security Subcommittee He became known as the The Voice of the Underground Church , doing much to publicize the persecution of Christians in Communist countries.In April 1967, the Wurmbrands formed Jesus To The Communist World later named The Voice of the Martyrs , an interdenominational organization working initially with and for persecuted Christians in Communist countries, but later expanding its activities to help persecuted believers in other places, especially in the Muslim world However, when in Namibia, and confronted with the case of Colin Winter, the Anglican Bishop of Namibia, who had supported African strikers and was eventually deported from Namibia by South Africa, Wurmbrand criticized the latter s anti apartheid activism, and claimed resistance to communism was important.In 1990 Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand returned to Romania for the first time in 25 years The Voice of the Martyrs opened a printing facility and bookstore in Bucharest He preached about God together with pastor Ioan Panican.The Wurmbrands had one son, Mihai Wurmbrand wrote 18 books in English and others in Romanian His best known book is entitled Tortured for Christ, released in 1967 His wife, Sabina, died August 11, 2000.Pastor Wurmbrand died on February 17, 2001 in a hospital in Long Beach, California His last address was in Palos Verdes, California In 2006, he came fifth among the greatest Romanians according to the Mari Ro

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    • I love Richard Wurmbrand Tortured for Christ transformed my understanding of Christianity This book, in my opinion, is a mixed bag of profound and strange meditations Some of them I loved, and others left me scratching my head or disagreeing First, some thoughts on the book s shortcomings, then on why I m glad I read it.Wurmbrand wasn t exactly a Bible scholar, though he could read the Bible in Greek and Hebrew The latter is not surprising, for he grew up as a Romanian Jew perhaps one source of [...]


    • Touched by God s love yet again I will hold onto this book because I feel it could be used as a devotional I have read many books full of stories of people overcoming brutally and horrific events to stand up for thier faith in Christ This was a wonderfully written story of Richard Wurmbrand faith journey.


    • This is a collection of 100 meditations, or devotions They are all relatively short Some are excellent, some not so much But he s almost always interesting This isn t nearly as good as In God s Underground, but then again, it is an entirely different kind of book.



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