A family's desperate dash to freedom
Fleeing for their faith
Even so, “It seemed like my time in prison would never end,” Makset said. “I doubted God’s promise almost every day, all those weeks.” But he always heard God speaking to him, he recalls, “answering my doubts with promise after promise.” Then, he got word. Sweden had offered him political asylum – if he could get there. If he could get out of prison. Makset and his family began praying – fervently. His oldest son, little Murat, particularly sought the Lord, asking the Almighty to free his daddy.
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