Richard si Sabina Wurmbrand – Daca zidurile ar putea vorbi

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Richard Wurmbrand (n. 24 martie 1909, București – d. 17 februarie 2001, Torrance, California) a fost un predicator creștin luteran.Născut la București, într-o familie de evrei, Wurmbrand a fost atras de comunism în perioada adolescenței, a urmat cursurile unei școli politice la Moscova, între 1927 și 1929, apoi a abandonat orientarea comunistă și s-a convertit la creștinism, pentru ca mai târziu să petreacă peste 14 ani în închisorile comuniste pentru activitățile sale creștine care au atras adversitatea autorităților vremii. Atît în închisoare, cît și după eliberare, Wurmbrand a ținut predici, luptînd, totodată, pentru drepturile creștinilor persecutați din întreaga lume.

Richard Wurmbrand a fost mezinul familiei. Din cauza dificultăților financiare, familia Wurmbrand se mută la Istanbul, unde tatăl lui Richard deschide un cabinet de stomatologie. Rămîne, însă, orfan de tată la vîrsta de nouă ani, iar, la cincisprezece ani, familia lui se repatriază. Adolescentul Wurmbrand este atras de mișcarea comunistă și de promisiunile ei. După ce a urmat studiile politice la Moscova, la întoarcerea clandestină în țară, Wurmbrand este urmărit de serviciile secrete, arestat, condamnat și închis la Doftana. Mai târziu, a primit, sub o altă identitate din partea PCR, și misiunea de a organiza filiala județeană Deva. Renunță la doctrina comunistă, întrucît vede în ea o sursă de iluzii pentru clasele oprimate. Se căsătorește în 1936 cu Sabina Oster, revenită în țară după studii de chimie la Universitatea Sorbona. Nu după mult timp, se convertește la credința creștină, citind Biblia pe care o primise de la un tîmplar la care locuise în zona Brașovului, în perioada de convalescență după tuberculoza contractată la Doftana, urmînd ca, mai apoi, să devină pastor luteran.

Wurmbrand se alătură Misiunii Anglicane pentru Evrei. În scurtă vreme, zeci de evrei din România îmbrățișează credința creștină sub influența lui. În plin război mondial, în 1941, misiunea trebuie să se retragă din România, activitatea ei urmînd să fie continuată de misiunea Bisericii Luterane Norvegiene. Împreună cu Sabina, este urmărit de autorități datorită originii evreiești. Rudele Sabinei sînt deportate în Transnistria, de unde nu s-au mai întors niciodată. În acest timp, Richard și Sabina Wurmbrand ajută mulți evrei să supraviețuiască în acele vremuri de grea restriște.
După terminarea războiului, în 1945, Wurmbrand intră în conflict deschis cu autoritățile comuniste. Astfel, în cadrul congresului cultelor (convocat în palatul Parlamentului și prezidat de prim-ministrul Petru Groza) în care liderii diverselor denominații creștine se arătau dispuși să susțină Partidul Comunist, Wurmbrand a fost vocea singulară care a protestat împotriva îngenuncherii cultelor în fața unui guvern totalitar, spălînd în, acest fel, „rușinea de pe obrazul lui Christos”, cu riscul propriei vieți.

Wurmbrand este urmărit de autoritățile comuniste atee instalate la putere, datorită activităților sale religioase. În 29 februarie 1948, zi de duminică, este arestat, în București, în timp ce se îndrepta spre biserica pe care o păstorea pentru slujba de dimineață. La scurtă vreme, în celula sa este închis și liderul comunist Lucrețiu Pătrășcanu. Urmează ani de temniță grea, în care Richard Wurmbrand este închis singur în celule subterane obscure, torturat bestial sau purtat prin diverse închisori: Rahova, Jilava, Târgu Ocna, etc. În perioada de izolare totală, alcătuiește serii de predici proferate în fața unui public imaginar, pentru a-și proteja mintea. După terminarea regimului de izolare totală, care a durat trei ani, împarte mai multe celule cu intelectuali, prelați de diverse confesiuni, dar și cu oameni simpli. Îi cunoaște atunci pe: Nicolae Steinhardt, Ion Ioanid, Valeriu Gafencu (care avea să îi salveze viața), Ioan Ianolide, dr. Aristide Lefter, Tertulian Langa, pastorul Viski Ferencz etc.

După paisprezece ani de detenție (executați între 1948-1956 și, respectiv,1959-1964) este eliberat, iar în 1965 părăsește țara împreună cu familia, fiind răscumpărat de o organizație creștină norvegiană, cu 10.000$. În 1966, se stabilește în Statele Unite, unde înființează misiunea creștină Vocea martirilor, organizație care luptă împotriva persecuțiilor îndreptate asupra creștinilor de pe toate continentele.

Ajunge în atenția Comisiei pentru Securitate Interioară a Senatului american, unde face cunoscute atrocitățile la care sînt supuși creștinii din țările comuniste. Privit cu îndoială de senatori, Wurmbrand se vede obligat să apeleze la argumentul cel mai puternic și anume: cicatricile de pe trupul său. În consecință, pastorul Wurmbrand își îndepărtează cămașa lăsînd să se vadă optsprezece răni produse de tortură.

După Revoluția din 22 decembrie 1989, Wurmbrand se întoarce în vizită, în România, unde depune flori la mormintele torționarilor săi. Moare în Torrance, California, în februarie 2001.

Wurmbrand nu este un teolog de profesie, dar cărțile sale constituie veritabile mărturii nu doar ale atrocităților comunismului, cît mai ales mărturii ale Bisericii Creștine din primele decenii după instalarea comunismului în răsăritul Europei. În același timp, volumele sale constituie o literatură devoțională și sînt traduse în toate limbile de circulație internațională. Cu Dumnezeu în subterană este istoria anilor petrecuți în închisorile comuniste. Alături de Noblețea suferinței, scrisă de Sabina Wurmbrand, volumul este o veritabilă profesiune de credință a creștinului trecut prin încercarea închisorii. În această perioadă, Wurmbrand compune cîteva serii de predici, pe care le învață pe de rost și pe care le expune în două volume – Dacă zidurile ar putea vorbi și Predici din celula singuratică, la care se adaugă volumul 100 de meditații din închisoare. Volumul Christos pe ulița evreiască cuprinde mărturii de viață ale pastorului Wurmbrand trăite printre evreii din România, de la convertirea sa în perioada premergătoare războiului pînă la anii de închisoare. Ca răspuns pentru Manualul ateului, Wurmbrand redactează Umpleți vidul!, volum suscitat de intoxicarea prin propaganda comunistă. În același ton este scris volumul Dovezi ale existenței lui Dumnezeu, pe care îl publică sub pseudonimul Nicolai Ionescu.

Doamne cum sa-ti multumesc?

Sabina Wurmbrand

Dr. P P Job of India – 33 years with International Christian Assoc founded by Richard Wurmbrand passes away

photo source – http://drjobsmission.org/home/

Links to  articles about Evangelist P P Jobs who among other callings on his life was also the Director of Voice of the Martyrs in India, working closely with Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand for 33 years:

  • Missionaries of the World.org– Peramangalam Porinju Job, an Indian preacher, often referred to as Billy Graham of India, died of heart attack Sunday in Hungary where he had gone on a preaching mission. His age was 76 and he began working as an evangelist in1963, especially among the persecuted Christians in communist and Muslim countries.The UK-based International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, nominated Job as „International Man of the Year” for 2000 – 2001. Job was the president of International Christian Association founded by Rev. Richard Wurmbrand, a Romanian evangelist who opposed communism. The Indian preacher joined the organization that works for persecuted Christians the world over 33 years ago.
  • The Berean Call – He preached at his son’s funeral Dr. Job often risks his life traveling to encourage Christians in restricted nations.. Dr. Job’s work angered many Hindus. In June of 1999 he was struck in the head with a rock hurled through his car window. A week later as his youngest son, Michael, was walking near the medical school where he was studying, a Fiat driving full speed hit Michael and drove off. Michael fell into a coma and died. Dr Job’s said of Michael’s death, „It’s as if they cut off his right arm’. However, he said, „I will continue to serve God with my left arm”.
  • Persecution.org – Dr Job has worked as an evangelist since 1963, working especially amongst the persecuted church in the Communist and the Muslim world. He was the President of International Christian Association – the worldwide Christian Mission amongst the persecuted believers founded by Rev Richard Wurmbrand. He worked actively in this organisation for 33 years.The very next year after the death (killing) of his son, in 2000, Job began the Michael Job Center to provide a sanctuary for the daughters of martyred persecuted and destitute Christians. Currently there are approximately 500 girls at the Centre who have come from all over India.
  • Indian Christian News Online– Internationally known evangelist and Charismatic preacher Dr PP Job passed away yesterday, August 19, after suffering a massive heart attack. Dr Job (67) was travelling Hungary to preach at a church in Tiszanagyfalu. „A relentless crusader, he was constantly on the move ignoring his own health and he was a true soldier who continued faithful even under adverse conditions,” said Christian columnist MPK Kutty who knew Dr Job since his initial days in Delhi. „With a heavy heart I received the message of Dr Job’s passing away in Hungary. We had known each other since the time I landed in Delhi in 1968 and witnessed his labours in Lord’s vineyard.” „He is a miracle and God’s special creation,” adds Kutty, who eulogises the renowned evangelist as a groundnut vendor and Communist who would „become a modern hero for Jesus Christ in a world that is a still a threat to His disciples”.
  • Dr. PP Job official website – read more about PP Job and his ministries.

Here is video that thanks to BrinksTV, it  is publishing it on the internet:

My life for the girls – Dr. P.P. Job

by  2 days ago

In 2009 we have produced the documentary „The girls of India”. Then in 2012 we have produced another documentary with Dr. P.P. Job. You will get a brief introduction with a flashback to the previous documentary. Bert Dorenbos of Cry for Life Holland is the interviewer. The building in scaffolding was opened in 2009 and now it has his destiny as „Master of Business Administration (MBA)”. What is new added, is a building intended for baby girls aged 0-3 years. Girls are not wanted and instead to kill the girl-child, they will be taken care of. If nobody does it, Dr. Job does.

Unfortunately, seven weeks after the recordings we received sad news. Dr. Job suddenly deceased on August 19th, 2012. At that time, Dr. Job was in a church in Hungary. In the morning he had preached and in the afternoon Dr. Job got a heart failure. We, from the Brink Media Team, know Dr. Job as a humble man of God, a great visionary with grandiose plans, a man expecting miracles of God.
His relation with God and complete trust in God was admirable and an example for many. Not knowing that this was his last tv interviews, we already had given the new documentary the title: „My life for the girls”.

We will miss Dr. Job.

His last words in the interview were:
„All miracles seem exaggerated for people who do not believe, but every miracle is a reality for people who believe in miracles”

Brink Media Team – Foundation Help Persecuted Christians (HVC) – Cry for Life Foundation

My life for the girls – Dr. P.P. Job from BrinkTV on Vimeo.

Funeral information from Mrs. Mary Job:

Thank you all for your messages of condolences, prayerful support and personal visits which enabled me to pass through these days of bereavement following the unexpected demise of my husband.

Dr P.P. Job entered his heavenly abode on Sunday, 19 August 2012 at 18.30hrs (IST) near Budapest, Hungary where he had addressed a Sunday morning gathering at a local church. After lunch while taking rest he had a sudden heart attack. Expert medical help and hospitalization immediately could not revive him.  His mortal remains are being brought to New Delhi tonight, (Saturday 25 August).
The public viewing and funeral of his earthly remains will be conducted as under:

Sunday 26 August 2012

1400 hrs- The Cathedral Church of the Redemption, 1 Church Road North Avenue, New Delhi-11.

Funeral Service led by His Grace Dr. Joseph Mar Thoma, Metropolitan, Mar Thoma Church.

Monday 27 August 2012

1400 hrs- Michael Job Centre, Near Sulur Boat Club, Coimbatore.

Public Viewing and Homage by Michael Job Institutions.

Tuesday 28 August 2012

1600 hrs- York Cemetery, Prithviraj Road, New Delhi.

Mortal remains will be laid to rest.

I request your continued prayers and support for furthering the ministry of Dr. P.P. Job and the Institutions he had nurtured and developed.
Dr Mrs Mary Job

An interview by Petru Amarei of Romanian Television Network (in English):

Dr. Job is the first missionary from India to evangelize different countries spanning the five continents of the world. He has toured 129 nations many times over, spreading the Word of God –preaching often in areas that could have cost him his life.

Dr. Job is the managing director of Sabina Printing Press, the largest Christian printing press in India, which publishes over 3 million pieces of Christian literature every year in 37 languages for distribution worldwide.

Dr. Job has fought many battles in his life but the loss of both of his sons, John and Michael, because they were preachers of Gods word, has been his toughest battle by far. Out of great grief has come extreme joy with the work that has been started in Michael and Johns name. Dr. Job now has approximately  five hundred girls who are from martyred, persecuted or destitute parents.

ONLY GIRLS?

In India, girls are not as desirable as boys because of the dowry system. Parents of girls are expected to pay a sizable amount of money [dowry] to the family of the man she marries, and that causes a lot of girls to be aborted, or abandoned early in life. Girls who are orphaned have no options, and Christian girls especially have limited hope for a successful life. At the Michael Job Center our girls are all taught that they have value in the eyes of God, and that God loves them.

HOW MANY

At this time our family is approximately 500 girls ranging in age from 3 to 23 and more than 50 committed staff who care for, love and teach them.

These Children receive a top notch education, housing and food and most importantly they receive a new lease on life, hope and a future. Many of these children will grow to become the future leaders of India. SOURCE here and here.

While he was most well known for evangelizing the masses in India and the founding of the school for girls, here is a list of other institutions he founded and worked through:

Dr. Job has established the following institutions
1. The Love In Action Society (ESTD. 1972)
Founder & President
2. Tortured For Christ (ESTD. 1973)
Founder & Editor
3. Sabina Printing Press (ESTD. 1976) (Largest printing press in India)
Founder & Managing Director (Named for Sabina Wurmbrand)
4. Christian Medical Centre (ESTD. 1984)
Founder & Director
5. Michael Job Orphanage (ESTD. 2000)
Founder & Director
6. Michael Job Memorial Higher Secondary School for Girls (ESTD. 2003)
Founder & Correspondent
7. Michael Job Memorial College of Education
(B.Ed. & M.Ed.) for Women (ESTD. 2004)
Founder & Chairman
8. Michael Job College of Arts & Science for Women (ESTD. 2005)
Founder & Chairman
9. Dr. Job’s Mission (ESTD. 2003)
Founder & President
10. Dr. Job’s Mission To The Persecuted Church Inc., USA
Founder President
11. Ittianam Enterprises (ESTD. 2008)

Richard si Sabina Wurmbrand – Documentar – Portretul lui Wurmbrand si interviuri cu Sabina

Portretul lui Richard Wurmbrand

Cu Sabina Wurmbrand (1)

Cu Sabina Wurmbrand (2)

Pagina PREDICI in Limba Romana

ROMANIA – EUROPA

STATELE UNITE

INTERVIURI

Dr. Emil Bartos 

Pastorul Daniel Branzai

Pastorul Cristian Barbosu

Dr. Iosif Ton

Pastorul Vladimir Pustan

Pastorul Florin Ianovici

Pastorul Gabi Zagrean

Florin Cimpean

Ovidiu Liteanu

Richard Wurmbrand

Sabina Wurmbrand

Nicolaie Moldoveanu

PAGINA cu Marturii aici

Viata lui Richard Wurmbrand – si un documentar pentru copii

Documentarul realizat de Lucia Hossu Longin este penultimul video (al doilea de jos) pe aceasta pagina.

Vizionati si cititi si urmatoarele postari:

  • Influenta lui Richard Wurmbrand asupra lui Iosif Ton

Un video predica -Richard Wurmbrand in limba Germana (48 de minute)

E posibil ca acesta sa fie primul documentar realizat de un Pastor Luteran American care l-a ajutat pe Richard si Sabina Wurmbrand sa emigreze in SUA.

In continuare, vizionati urmatorul documentar care a fost  transmis pentru prima data  in ziua de 23 mai 2006, orele 23.00, pe postul national de televiziune, TVR 1,  documentarul despre viata si lucrarea pastorului Richard Wurmbrand in cadrul “Memorialului Durerii”, realizat de catre distinsa doamna Lucia Hosu Longin. (sursa)

Videourile Vodpod nu mai sunt disponibile.

Pastorul – Un Film Documentar despre Richard Wu…, posted with vodpod

Si un documentar pentru copii in forma de desene animate:

In vizita la inchisoarea Jilava/The infamous Romanian communist prison ‘Jilava’ of Bucharest

O vizită a membrilor Asociaţiei Internaţionale Creştine la închisoarea Jilava, Bucureşti, România.

Regretatul Pastor Richard Wurmbrand (1909-2001) a fost închis pentru credinţa sa creştină în închisorile comuniste române, timp de 14 ani.
Una dintre aceste închisori a fost şi înfricoşătorul Fort 13 subteran de la Jilava, unde şi sotia sa, Sabina Wurmbrand a fost întemniţată, într-o peroadă diferită.

 

PAGINA – RICHARD WURMBRAND

Documentarul realizat de Lucia Hossu Longin este ultimul video (jos) pe aceasta pagina.

Vizionati si cititi si urmatoarele postari:

  • Influenta lui Richard Wurmbrand asupra lui Iosif Ton

Un video predica -Richard Wurmbrand in limba Germana (48 de minute)

E posibil ca acesta sa fie primul documentar realizat de un Pastor Luteran American care l-a ajutat pe Richard si Sabina Wurmbrand sa emigreze in SUA.

suntem in cautare pentru acest video

In continuare, vizionati urmatorul documentar care a fost  transmis pentru prima data  in ziua de 23 mai 2006, orele 23.00, pe postul national de televiziune, TVR 1,  documentarul despre viata si lucrarea pastorului Richard Wurmbrand in cadrul “Memorialului Durerii”, realizat de catre distinsa doamna Lucia Hosu Longin.

PREDICI Video:

Pastor Richard Wurmbrand (March 24, 1909 – February 17, 2001)
Sabina (Oster) Wurmbrand (July 10, 1913 – August 11, 2000)

Many people called him the „Voice of the Underground Church” and others referred to him as the „Iron Curtain St. Paul.” This humble man who began the ministry of The Voice of the Martyrs was the Rev. Richard Wurmbrand. Richard’s life was a partnership with the equally amazing Sabina, whom he married on October 26, 1936.

Richard Wurmbrand was born the youngest of four boys in a Jewish family on March 24, 1909, in Bucharest, Romania. Gifted intellectually and fluent in nine languages, Richard was active in leftist politics and worked as a stockbroker.

After their marriage, Richard and Sabina were converted to Christ in 1938, chiefly because of the influence of a German carpenter, Christian Wölfkes. They joined the Anglican Mission to the Jews in Bucharest. Richard was ordained, first as an Anglican, and then after World War II as a Lutheran minister.

During World War II, Richard and Sabina saw an opportunity for evangelism among the occupying German forces. They preached in the bomb shelters and rescued Jewish children out of the ghettos. Richard and Sabina were repeatedly arrested and beaten and, at least once, nearly executed. Sabina lost her Jewish family in Nazi concentration camps.

In 1945 Romanian Communists seized power and a million „invited” Russian troops poured into the country. Pastor Wurmbrand ministered to his oppressed countrymen and engaged in bold evangelism to the Russian soldiers.

That same year, Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand attended the Congress of Cults organized by the Romanian Communist government. Many religious leaders came forward to praise Communism and to swear loyalty to the new regime. Sabina said, „Richard, stand up and wash away this shame from the face of Christ.” Richard warned, „If I do so, you’ll lose your husband.”

„I don’t wish to have a coward as a husband,” she replied. Thus Richard declared to the 4,000 delegates, whose speeches were broadcast to the whole nation, that their duty is to glorify God and Christ alone.

Between 1945 and 1947, Richard distributed 1 million Gospels to Russian troops, often disguising the books as Communist propaganda. Richard also smuggled Gospels into Russia. On December 30, 1947, the People’s Republic of Romania was proclaimed.

Richard Wurmbrand kidnapped
On February 29, 1948, the secret police arrested Richard while on his way to church and took him to their headquarters. He was locked in a solitary cell and labeled ‘Prisoner Number 1.’

In 1950, his wife Sabina was also imprisoned. She was forced to serve as a laborer on the Danube Canal project, leaving their nine-year-old son, Mihai, alone and homeless. Following her release in 1953, the Romanian authorities informed her that Richard had died in prison.

A Christian doctor masquerading as a Communist Party member discovered Richard alive in prison. In a general amnesty, Richard was released in 1956 after serving eight-and-a-half years in prison. He was warned never to preach again. While in prison, he went through horrific tortures at the hands of the brutal secret police. Despite the treatments and the warnings he received from his persecutors, Richard resumed his work with the „underground” churches after his release.

He was re-arrested in 1959 through the conspiracy of an associate, and sentenced to 25 years. He was accused of preaching ideas contrary to Communist doctrine. Due to increased political pressure from Western countries, Richard was granted another amnesty and released in 1964.

In December 1965, the Norwegian Mission to the Jews and the Hebrew Christian Alliance paid $10,000 in ransom to the Communist government to allow the Wurmbrand family to leave Romania. Reluctant to leave his homeland, Richard was convinced by other underground church leaders to leave and become a „voice” to the world for the underground church. Richard, Sabina, and their son Mihai left Romania for Norway and then traveled on to England.

The birth of a unique ministry
Richard began his ministry of being a voice for persecuted Christians in England with Rev. Stuart Harris, where he also wrote his testimony of persecution, Tortured for Christ. Later, Richard moved on to the United States, and in 1966 he appeared before a U.S. Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, where he stripped to the waist and revealed 18 deep torture wounds on his body. His story spread rapidly, leading to more and more speaking engagements.

In 1967, the Wurmbrands officially began a ministry committed to serving the persecuted church, called Jesus to the Communist World (later renamed The Voice of the Martyrs). In the same year, Richard released his book, Tortured for Christ.

In October, 1967, the first monthly issue of The Voice of the Martyrs newsletter was published in the U.S. By the mid-1980s his work was established in 80 restricted nations with offices in 30 countries around the world.

In 1990, after the fall of Nicolae Ceausescu in December 1989, Richard and Sabina returned to Romania after 25 years in exile and were warmly received. A printing facility and bookstore were opened in Bucharest, and the officials of the city offered to store Christian books in a room below the palace of Ceausescu, the very site where Richard had been held in solitary confinement.

Richard retired from the day-to-day work of The Voice of the Martyrs in 1992, but he continued as a consultant and member of the board of directors, maintaining a keen interest in the work until his death in 2001.

During his ministry, Richard wrote 18 books in English and others in Romanian, some of which have been translated into 38 different languages. His most well-known book is Tortured for Christ. He received numerous honors and citations during his lifetime for his work and ministry.

Richard is remembered with great affection as an outstanding man of God, passionate for the cause of Christ, powerful in evangelism, and persevering in suffering for the sake of the Jesus he loved. Sabina, who passed away August 11, 2000, is remembered as a woman of great integrity, a student of the Scriptures, a mighty faith warrior and a true help mate to her husband.

Keys- http://persecution.tv/video?task=videodirectlink&id=807 (Videos)

http://cristianet.fr/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=15&Itemid=26 (Real audio)

http://www.youtube.com/user/Iedidia1/videos?query=wurmbrand (Videos)

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    Richard Wurmbrand – Copii ai lui Dumnezeu

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    Richard Wurmbrand – Comemorare 2003&2004

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    Richard Wurmbrand – Binecuvantare prin suferinta 

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    Richard Wurmbrand – 2009 Anul Richard Wurmbrand

40 de minute cu Sabina Wurmbrand + Un documentar

VEZI PAGINA Richard Wurmbrand

Sabina Wurmbrand a fost o femeie extraordinara, care a fost intemnitata pentru credinta ei. Urmariti in acest video in 4 parti, cit de mult iubeste Biblia (Cuvintul lui Dumnezeu). Dinsa este un exemplu extraordinar pentru fiecare femeie. Prin intermediul de video, lucrarea ei merge mai departe, desi dinsa este acum plecata la Domnul.

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Alte articole de interes:

Richard Wurmbrand – O biografie prescurtata  –  Cu Dumnezeu in subterana (scurte meditatii)

Viata lui Richard Wurmbrand – Desene animate (4 videos)

Amintiri cu sfinti I

Amintiri cu sfinti II

Amintiri cu sfinti III

Amintiri cu sfinti  4


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