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He was even aware that some of his visitor were agents of secret police, but he used to say "they needed to hear the good news too!

" He shared his song freely with all his brothers and sisters in Christ.

However, this is precisely what has been said about Nicolae Moldoveanu on internet, blogs, Christian radio, TV stations, ever since July 12, 2007, the date of his passing and going home in glory.

On that date, 85-year-old Nicolae Moldoveanu, a Romanian Christian song and hymn writer, died in Sibiu, Romania.

For more than 62 years, God enriched the faith of Romanian Christians through his music, his lyrics and especially his uncompromising Christian testimony during Romania’s darkest communist era of forty-five years.

Nicolae Moldoveanu was named “the Bach of Romania” , as he wrote more than 6,000 songs, with 361 of them written while suffering for his Christian faith in the Romanian communist prison system.

In a time when the communist regime kept a tight grip on any publication, even owning an unregistered typewrite could put you in prison up to five years, Moldoveanu continued to write and compose, so the spread of his hymns and songs could not be controlled or stopped by the communist government and its police agents.

Contrary he always encouraged church musicians and artists to arrange his songs for choirs and orchestras.He always look upon his songs and hymns as "God copyrighted." Many time his lyrics would make some one feel spiritually immature."This is a curse" said once Jan Staneschi, the former director of the Bucharest Baptist Seminary, when he heard the song named "Break my will even with heavy blows." "It is not a curse", Moldoveanu would reply back at a musical symposium.Later he would write, "I am now seeing God's hand in everything that has happened in my life..." When he would come home in short leaves, he would accompany his mother to a newly formed church that belonged to the "The Lord's Army", a reformed branch of the Greek Orthodox Church that emphasised the need for repentance, being borned again and having a personal relationship with Christ.Not long after starting to attend that church, Moldoveanu accepted the Lord as personal Savior.

Contrary he always encouraged church musicians and artists to arrange his songs for choirs and orchestras.

He always look upon his songs and hymns as "God copyrighted." Many time his lyrics would make some one feel spiritually immature.

"This is a curse" said once Jan Staneschi, the former director of the Bucharest Baptist Seminary, when he heard the song named "Break my will even with heavy blows." "It is not a curse", Moldoveanu would reply back at a musical symposium.

Later he would write, "I am now seeing God's hand in everything that has happened in my life..." When he would come home in short leaves, he would accompany his mother to a newly formed church that belonged to the "The Lord's Army", a reformed branch of the Greek Orthodox Church that emphasised the need for repentance, being borned again and having a personal relationship with Christ.

Not long after starting to attend that church, Moldoveanu accepted the Lord as personal Savior.

The comment proved to be prophetic, as after months spent in an underground cell of the prison, Moldoveanu was finally moved into a cell that was above ground.