Imprisoned

On a two-week trip to Iran, Daniel Baumann was arrested at the border, detained, tortured and interrogated for nine weeks. During that time he almost lost all hope until Jesus appeared to him in his cell and gave him the strength to go on. Jesus taught him to love his interrogator, and the results are incredible.


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