The words of Richard Wurmbrand,

One day, being a very convinced atheist, I prayed to God.  My prayer was something like this: “God, I know surely that You do not exist.  But if perchance You exist, which I contest, it is not my duty to believe in You; it is Your duty to reveal Yourself to me.”  I was an atheist, but atheism did not give peace to my heart.

An excerpt from Chapter 1, “Tortured for Christ.” 1998, The Voice of the Martyrs.

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