The Saga of a Martyred Russian Jew
Judith was an earnest girl who embraced a faith that cost here everything—her family, fiance, home and friends. Written from personal knowledge of Judith and her story, this is the saga of a dedicated young woman caught by her faith and social position—forced to die in the blood-bath of the Russian Bolshevik Revolution.
The book Judith is a true narrative of the life of a girl, the daughter of a prominent Jewish family in Russia. After accepting the Lord Jesus Christ as her Savior, Judith was compelled to leave her father's house, the young man to whom she was engaged and whom she loved dearly, her friends and her people. Her life, that henceforth was fully yielded and consecrated to the service of her Lord, found an end under the deadly blows of the swords of a group of soldiers.
It was the author's privilege to observe Judith's life and service for Christ and to witness her untimely end. The story of her life from childhood to her conversion is based upon the author's recollection of many personal discourses with Judith.
Table of Contents
- I. Happy Days of Childhood
- II. Refugees
- III. Seek and Ye Shall Find
- IV. Persecuted for Christ's Sake
- V. Dedicated to the Lord
- VI. The Youthful Martyr