The missionary Otto Koning faced many dangers while serving in the jungles of New Guinea. But among the most frightening was his interaction with a “machete happy” and “arrow happy” native duo: Sogho and Ketogho. These two men despised the missionary and his teaching, and would do whatever they could to disrupt his work. At times these men made hostile threats against Otto’s life, telling him that he would be killed if he ever returned.
However, love compelled this missionary to stay the course, despite the opposition he faced. But one day the tide unexpectedly turned, and Otto had the choice to see his enemies’ demise or extend a sacrificial act of kindness.