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Sabina Wurmbrand's husband had been taken, his fate unknown, and now their young son would be left alone as police arrested her. Sabina Wurmbrand's heart-wrenching story of her imprisonment in Romania speaks of the faithfulness of Christ in every situation.
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Overview

Sabina Wurmbrand's husband had been taken, his fate unknown, and now their young son would be left alone as police arrested her. Sabina Wurmbrand's heart-wrenching story of her imprisonment in Romania speaks of the faithfulness of Christ in every situation.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780882640006
  • Publisher: Living Sacrifice Book Company
  • Publication date: 12/1/1979
  • Pages: 218

Meet the Author

SABINA WURMBRAND (1913–2000) was the wife of Pastor Richard Wurmbrand and co-founder of The Voice of the Martyrs. Born into an Orthodox Jewish family in what is now the Ukraine, Sabina studied chemistry in Paris at the Sorbonne for two years. Following her return to Bucharest, Romania, for employment, she met her future husband and married in 1936.

Within months of their marriage, the Jewish couple met a German carpenter who placed a Bible into their hands, encouraging them to read about the most famous Jewish person, Jesus Christ. Sabina and Richard converted and were baptized, joining the church of the Anglican Mission to the Jews in Bucharest, Romania. Their only son, ihai (Michael), was born in 1939.

During the Nazi occupation of Romania in 1940-43, Sabina’s parents, two sisters, and one brother were killed in Nazi concentration camps. From 1940 to 1945, Sabina and Richard, both fluent in many languages, carried on an intense, illegal missionary work. They smuggled Jewish children out of ghettos, preached in bomb shelters, and were arrested several times for underground Christian activities during a state of war. Sabina and her husband were spared from execution through the intervention of the chief editor of Romania’s main newspaper and interest shown in their case by prominent religious leaders.

Shortly after the end of WWII, Sabina traveled to Budapest on the roof of a train filled with Russian soldiers, to smuggle in goods and food that were needed by refugees living in Hungary. With a million Russian soldiers invading Romania, Sabina and Richard’s missionary activities only increased. They had not only hidden Jews in their home from the Nazis during the war, but loved their enemies by hiding Germans immediately after WWII when they were hunted on the streets like cattle by Russian troops.

Sabina was also arrested in 1951 and spent three years in Romanian slave-labor camps and prisons. During her captivity, she was a tireless witness as she testified of her faith and encouraged fellow prisoners.

In 1966, following Richard’s release, the family escaped Romania. For the remaining 32 years of her life, Sabina traveled throughout most of the countries of the free world, speaking at numerous meetings as the couple built the foundation of their newly founded mission to the persecuted Church, The Voice of the Martyrs.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2013

    Excellent Book

    A must read, especially if you have read the books in God's Underground, and Tortured for Christ. This Pastor's Wife gives you an interesting perspective coming from Richard Wurmbrand's wife. The book kept me wanting to read more. Very interesting book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 20, 2012

    Loved it

    Being a fan of Richard, I was so happy to get his wife's point of view. Wonderful and heart breaking.

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