Richard Wurmbrand spent fifteen years of his life in prison in Romania for preaching the gospel. He was not treated well in prison. And there’s a word for that. It’s called torture. Here’s what he did to pass the time:
“It was strictly forbidden to preach to other prisoners, as it is in captive nations today. It was understood that whoever was caught doing this received a severe beating. A number of us decided to pay the price for the privilege of preaching, so we accepted their terms. It was a deal: we preached and they beat us. We were happy preaching; they were happy beating us — so everyone was happy.” – Richard Wurmbrand, Tortured for Christ
What am I supposed to say after reading that?