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Christians in North Korea sent to a remote village for possessing Bible

For having a Bible, a group of North Korean Christians was sent to a remote village with hard labour and limited rations.

Open Doors UK recently shared the story of Bae*, a Christian leader who had her Bible destroyed and forced to live in exiled place yet refuses to abandon her underground church inside North Korea.

Bae spends her day working in the fields picking crops in the village she’s forced to live in. By night, she and her housemates cover the windows with blankets, light a small candle, and sit in a tight circle before getting out a book to read.

“Man does not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God,” she reads.

Although Bae was offered to stay in China, she turned down the offer and continues to serve her underground church.


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