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While imprisoned for his faith in Kazakhstan, Pastor Kashkumbayev (Pastor B.K.) sent a letter home to his family with several poems he penned inspired by scriptures in his heart. Here’s a snippet of one of his poems:
“What do evil attacks mean for me? And would I care about prison?
If You are my light what the darkness can do to me?
When I am silent in sorrows You are so close to me
And Your love heals me
I am happy that You, oh God, have chosen me
Jesus, my closest friend, You have given me happiness
To suffer at the hands of evil for the sake of Your precious name
So that I could know just a bit of this happiness”
Pastor B.K. has been wrongfully imprisoned for his faith for over 243 days. Please call the Kazakhstan embassy and demand his release. His life depends on it. Learn more about how you can help free Pastor B.K.: