A family's desperate dash to freedom
Fleeing for their faith
Weeks went by, turning into months, Makset found it hard to keep up his hopes, he told World Watch Monitor. A Bible was smuggled in to him. As he began to pore over it, God showed him there was a reason he was in prison. “It was me He wanted to show His face to," remembers Makset. "He was telling me that He could trust me, like Job, to go through this persecution. It was not just for the people around me, the authorities or the other prisoners in my cell. God wanted me to see His power.”
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