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Last Words of the Martyrs

by Michael Ireland

WASHINGTON, D.C. (ANS) — Are you ready to experience radical transformation in your walk with Christ? Do you want to inject hope into the dark corners of your life with spiritual truth?

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As an accompanying resource to Jeff King, president of International Christian Concern (ICC)’s new book, The Last Words of the Martyrs, https://tinyurl.com/yxtkxqqw, the ministry has developed a 40-day devotional series.

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“Let these martyrs lead you on a journey of spiritual growth through this free 40-day challenge,” King said in an e-mail update to ministry supporters.

“In this series, you will find exclusive insight into the day-to-day lives and spiritual journeys of the men and women in The Last Words of the Martyrs, who navigated persecution with an enduring faithfulness.

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“By opting in to the 40-Day challenge, you will learn how to make God your treasure despite the material world we live in.”

During this challenge, King said you will receive a short, inspirational email once a day, for 40 days.

“This series provides a closer look at the faithful believers we discussed in The Last Words of the Martyrs, focusing on their commitment to following Christ against all odds.”

If you have not had the chance to read the book yet, no worries! Feel free to start with the 40-day series, and then read the book if you are interested in the complete stories of the martyrs.

King concluded: “I hope that the 40-Day challenge https://tinyurl.com/y2tfbp4f not only encourages and challenges you in the next few weeks, but transforms your walk with Christ and leaves a lasting impact in the years to come.”

The author of this story, Michael Ireland, is a self-supported media missionary with ANS. Click here to support him as a missionary journalist. 





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