“I have been arrested three times, and they tried to kill me five times……, once they did really bad things to my children to try to make me deny my faith.”
Some bold believers in the Middle East have been secretly printing Bibles and, in the process, risking their lives to help ensure the Scriptures get into some of the most restrictive locations of the world.
Persecution watchdog Global Christian Relief shared their experience after they recently visited two printing presses and spoke with one of the bold believers who works diligently to spread the Gospel.
“I have been arrested three times, and they tried to kill me five times,” the printer told Brian Orme, chief communications officer at Global Christian Relief. “Once they did really bad things to my children to try to make me deny my faith,” Faithwire reported.
The brave man went on to say he and others who are still alive and spreading the Gospel owe it to the “prayers of believers” and to “Christ’s protection.”
And, despite the danger, he stressed the importance of printing more Bibles. He even shared the story of a man deeply moved after receiving one of the books.
“When he took the Bible from me, he said that this is the most important book on Earth,” he explained. “Because of this, I will never give up,” he added.
Watch the courageous Bible printer share his story: