Comemorare – Anul Richard Wurmbrand (Partea 1)

Din 2009 – Anul proclamat: ‘Anul Richard Wurmbrand’, dupa o personalitate remarcanta, in care numeroase organizatii, grupuri, biserici au organizat evenimente special dedicate aniversarii ‘100 de ani de la nasterea lui Richard Wurmbrand’. In 24 Martie, 1909, la Bucuresti, intr-o familie de Evrei s-a nascut cel care a fost numit ‘apostolul Pavel al cortinei de fier’: Richard Wurmbrand.

Vezi prima emisiune aici: momentele principale ale unui eveniment organizat de Organizatia Aeropagus, Asociatia de Educatie si Cultura Crestina filmare de AlfaOmegaTV.ro

Vezi partea 2 aici

Vezi PAGINA Richard Wurmbrand aici

Paul Washer – Prayer as Communion (Song of Solomon) – Cântarea Cântărilor (subtitrare in Limba Romana)

Cântarea Cântărilor, un mesaj necesar creştinilor pentru a avea părtăşie şi a experimenta dragostea lui Hristos. Subtitrare in Limba Romana.

English Title: Prayer as Communion (Song of Solomon)

 

PAGINA Predici Paul Washer aici

Extreme devotion: The Doctor Who Helped Find Richard Wurmbrand – Devotament extraordinar: Doctorul Care a Ajutat la Gasirea lui Wurmbrand

FOR ENGLISH VERSION SEE bottom half of this page (below the Romanian translation)

source http://www.persecutionblog.com/2010/07/the-doctor-who-helped-find-richard-wurmbrand.html

de Stacy L. Harp

traducere de A.C.

19 Iulie 2010

Procesul de inscriere a fost lung si stanjenitor. Verificarile personale au fost minutioase si foarte extensive, si cererea doctorului Karlo era cat pe ce sa deraieze din cauza unor zvonuri ca el ar fi avut legaturi „crestine”. Dar in cele din urma doctorul Karlo a izbutit sa treaca prin acest process deosebit de greu si a devenit doctor pentru Politia Secreta (Securitate). El a evitat sa le spuna ca era crestin.

Familia doctorului Karlo s-a intors impotriva lui deoarece ei credeau ca el s-a facut comunist. Unul cate unul, familia bisericeasca si toti ceilalti care-i erau apropiati i-au intors spatele. Nici unul din ei insa nu cunostea misiunea lui: ca sa-l gaseasca pe Pastor.

In rolul sau de doctor al Securitatii, el putea veni si merge de la inchisoare fara nici un fel de restrictii. El a avut acces la fiecare celula din inchisoare, si asa – in cele din urma – il gaseste pe Pastorul incarcerat.

Karlo a dat de stire altor crestini, care la randul lor au dat de stire celor de dinafara tarii. Lor li s-a spus inainte ca era mort, dar acum insa aveau dovada ca Pastorul Richard Wumbrand traia. In timpul unor dialoguri intre presedintii Kruschev si Eisenhower din anul 1956, crestinii din intreaga lume au cerut eliberarea lui Wurmbrand. In cele din urma el a fost eliberat pentru un pret de rascumparare de 10 mii de dolari.

„Daca nu era pentru acest doctor”, Wurmbrand a scris mai tarziu, ” care s-a alaturat Securitatii specific sa ma gaseasca pe mine, eu nu eram eliberat niciodata. Eu as fi ramas in inchisoare – sau in mormantul din inchisoare.”

Agentii secreti sunt vedetele marelui ecran. Misiunile lor implica o aventura dupa alta in a servi comenzilor ce le vin de la sediu. In acelasi fel, credinciosi devotati din tari cu restrictii de credinta, duc niste vieti aventuroase. Istoriile lor face o diferenta eterna pentru multi. Ei nu indraznesc sa-si faca publicitate misiunii lor, dar sunt intotdeauna pregatiti pentru a face cat de mult posibil atunci cand au oportunitatea de a marturisi oamenilor vestea buna a  lui Isus Christos.

Indiferent de zona geografica in care ne aflam or a situatiei din viata, Dumnezeu ne cheama pe fiecare dintre noi, ca sa fim agentii Lui spirituali si sa raportam la sediul ceresc.Noi avem misiunea de a impartasi dragostea lui Dumnezeu in fiecare zi. Dumnezeu nu ne garanteaza siguranta sau securitatea in aceasta misiune la care am fost chemati toti, dar ne promite rasplatirile vesnice.

by Stacy L. Harp

July 19, 2010

The application process was long and cumbersome. The background checks were extensive, and Dr. Karlo’s application was almost derailed over rumors of his “Christian” ties. But Dr. Karlo made it through the arduous process and became a doctor for the Secret Police. He avoided telling them that he was a Christian.

    Dr. Karlo’s own family turned on him because they thought he had become a Communist. One by one, his church family and all those he had been close to turned their backs on him. None of them knew his mission: to find the pastor.

 In his role as a Secret Police doctor, he could come and go at the prison without questions. He had access to every cell, so—finally—he found the pastor locked away.

    Karlo got word to other Christians, who then got word to the outside world. They had been told that he was dead, but now they had proof that Pastor Richard Wurmbrand was alive. During talks between Kruschev and Eisenhower in 1956, Christians around the world clamored for Wurmbrand’s release. Eventually he was freed for a ransom of $10,000.

    “If it had not been for this doctor,” Wurmbrand later wrote, “who joined the Secret Police specifically to find me, I would never have been released. I would have remained in prison—or in a prison grave.”

Undercover agents are the stars of the big screen. Their missions involve one adventure after another in service to headquarters’ commands. In the same way, extreme believers in restricted nations lead adventurous lives. Their stories make an eternal difference for many. They dare not advertise their mission, but they are always prepared to make the most of every opportunity to share the good news of Christ. Regardless of geography or life situation, God calls each of us to be his spiritual agent, reporting to heavenly headquarters. We are on mission to share God’s love every day. God gives no guarantee of safety or security with this job assignment, but he promises eternal rewards.

Extreme devotion: Anutza Moise – Her Love and Advocacy Helped Birth a Ministry to the Persecuted Church

link http://www.persecutionblog.com/2012/07/her-love-and-advocacy-helped-birth-a-ministry-to-the-persecuted-church.html

After the Soviet Communists took over Romania, they hunted Germans as Nazi sympathizers. Anutza Moise decided to provide a hiding place to the very men who had hated her for being a Jew and a Christian. When she offered to help hide these men from the Communists, they couldn’t believe that her offer was genuine.

“Do you not remember that we were the very ones that sent you to prison?” one of them asked.     Her love amazed them, and many were won to Christ by her example. She, along with Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand and others, raised children whose Jewish parents had been exterminated in Nazi death camps.
Later, Anutza migrated to Norway, where she was active in a ministry to Jewish believers. In this ministry, she raised $10,000 to pay a ransom for her former pastor, Richard Wurmbrand, gaining his release from Romania. Anutza also handled the travel arrangements to get the Wurmbrands and their son, Mihai, to the West. Without Anutza’s love and advocacy on his behalf, an influential pastor and founder of The Voice of the Martyrs might have died in a Communist prison.

When God calls us to follow him and we respond, it means following him everywhere and doing whatever he asks. Because Anutza took this calling seriously, she acted with love and forgiveness toward her enemies. The task of sheltering her former oppressors must have seemed monumental, but Anutza was able to do it. She obediently chose forgiveness over bitterness and revenge, and she followed Christ’s example of love. What has God told you to do? Don’t miss the opportunity to do eternally significant work.

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