Mun-hee hated his supervisors. “If I had a gun,” he said, “I would have shot all my North Korean supervisors and then myself.”
Like many North Koreans who work abroad in hope of food, income and a better life, Mun-hee quickly realised that working outside North Korea could not resolve his fears and struggles. Seeing co-workers die from unhealthy and dangerous work conditions left him hopeless and full of hate. One day, however, when visitors arrived at his worksite and distributed MP3 players loaded with the Bible, Mun-hee listened intently. Soon after, he placed his faith in Christ.
Mun-hee says he now has a smile on his face, and the hate that once filled his heart has been replaced with the joy of the Lord.
Voice of the Martyrs covertly supplies audio Bibles to North Koreans working outside their country for the purpose of both evangelism and encouragement to secret believers. Mun-hee is one of the many North Korean workers who have come to know Christ through MP3 Bibles.
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