The Heavenly Man: The Remarkable True Story of Chinese Christian Brother Yun - Chapters Fourteen through Seventeen Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Fourteen through Seventeen Summary and Analysis

In chapter fourteen, Yun is taken for his trial where he listens to a taped recording of himself preaching to a gathering. Yun says that the sound of the voices is so sweet that he asks to hear it again but is refused. On another court appearance, Yun's cousin is presiding, but through God Yun sees it as a ruse to attempt to get him to confess. Yun is shown a number of items and he admits that they are all his, prompting the court officials to briefly believe he has had a change of attitude. Yun is shown his daily devotional book, "Streams in the Desert," and that day's devotion is John 19:11, "Jesus answered, You would have no power over me if it were not given to you from above. Therefore, the one who...

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