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Last Words in the Dark
Last Words in the Dark

Alexander Solzhenitsyn lay in a surgical ward in a Russian prison hospital hoping to survive cancer surgery. An acquaintance, Dr. Boris Kornfeld, came into his deserted hospital ward and sat beside his cot. In the darkness Solzhenitsyn listened to Dr. Kornfeld passionately tell of his conversion to Christ. This educated Jewish doctor, unjustly incarcerated in the Gulag, told how his cell mate had shared with him the truths of God’s love and forgiveness and how he had come to place his trust in Christ as his Savior. In the wee hours of the morning Dr. Kornfeld left Alexander to his thoughts and went to his room to sleep. In a few hours, Solzhenitsyn was awakened by hurried orderlies carrying out the lifeless body of Boris Kornfeld. A short while after he had left Solzhenitsyn’s room, he was beaten to death. The words he had shared just hours before concerning his new found faith, were his last. However, it was those words that caused Solzhenitsyn to turn from atheism to Jesus Christ.

Has anyone ever shared with you the wonderful story of Jesus giving His life to make a way for you to be cleansed and changed and guaranteeing you a future home in heaven? You can read about that here.

If you do know Christ as your Savior, how long has it been since you shared the truth of God’s love and forgiveness with a friend? Perhaps you would like to take our BBN Bible Institute course on Personal Evangelism. It will teach you how to become more comfortable in sharing the Gospel with others. (Feel free to share these links with a friend).

Written By:   Shannon Dyess    Date Posted:  1/28/2020 3:57 PM
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