Category Archives: The ‘VOICE of THE MARTYRS’

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Christians Murdered for Their Faith


Prayer from Iran


      For years, Pastor Kim & 27 of his flock of Koren saints had lived in hand-dug tunnels beneath the earth. Then, as the Communists were building a road, they discovered the Christians living undergound.

      The officials brought them out before a crowd of 30,000 in the village of Gok San for a public trial & execution. They were told, “Deny Christ, or you will die.” But they refused.

      At this point the head Communist officer ordered four children from the group seized & had them prepared for hanging. With ropes tied around their small necks, the officer again commanded the parents to deny Christ.

      Not one of the believers would deny their faith. They told the children, “We will soon see you in heaven.” The children died quietly.

      The officer then called for a steamroller to be brought in. He forced the Christians to lay on the ground in its path. As its engine revved, they were given one last chance to recant their faith in Jesus. Again they refused.

     As the steamroller began to inch forward, the Christians began to sing a song they dah often sung together. As their bones & bodies were crushed under the pressure of the massive rollers, their lips unttered the words:

               “More love to Thee, O Christ, more love to Thee, Thee alone I seek, more love to Thee, Let sorrow do its work, more love to Thee, Then shall my latest breath whisper Thy praise, This be the parting cry  my heart shall raise; More love, O Christ, to Thee”

Pastor Kin & his congregation in North Korea 1950’s ‘North Korean Press’


[17]  For that which is at present momentary and light of our tribulation, worketh for us above measure exceedingly an eternal weight of glory. [18] While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen. For the things which are seen, are temporal; but the things which are not seen, are eternal.






















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