Zhang Mingdao is a Christian in The Church of Almighty God who has experienced several years of Almighty God's work in the last days, understands some truths, and can see the real significance of human life. He is resolved to abandon everything and follow God, and bear witness for God's work and appearance of the last days. Once, while Zhang Mingdao was in the midst of spreading, he was arrested by Chinese Communist police, who carried out inhuman torture and torment on him, attempting to force him to divulge information about the leaders and finances of the church. Zhang Mingdao prayed to God and relied on God. He endured the painful torture, torment, and cruel beating, and stood firm witness. The Chinese Communist police were shamed into anger, and determined that Zhang Mingdao was no ordinary believer. They thought that he must be a leader in The Church of Almighty God, and decided to put Zhang Mingdao through brainwashing. Thereon they brought Zhang Mingdao to a mysterious base for brainwashing. During a month of brainwashing struggle, Chinese Communist officials, a professor from the social sciences institute, police academy lecturers, psychologists, and clergymen took turns to wage battle. They alternately used atheism, materialism, scientific knowledge, traditional culture, and a variety of rumors and fallacies to forcibly carry out brainwashing reform on Zhang Mingdao and other Christians, eight in all. The Communists tried to force them to sign statements of repentance to deny God and betray God and make them serve the cause of the Communist Party's arrest of Christians. Zhang Mingdao and the others depended on the words of God and on the power of prayer to carry out well-grounded rebuttal of these heresies and fallacies, causing the vicious forces of the Chinese Communist Party to suffer a thorough and shameful defeat. In this war without the smoke of gunpowder, truth triumphed over fallacy, and justice triumphed over evil. Zhang Mingdao and the others defeated Satan's evil forces through reliance on God, and bore resounding and glorious witness for God.