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When the two martyrs stood together on the torture stage, Latimer said the most inspiring words to Lidley aloud: "Mr. Lidley, I wish you comfort, be a man and be strong! Today we rely on the grace of God to light this candle in England. I believe it will never go out. 』Why were they burned? What kind of belief allows them to live or die for? What makes their lives and their testimony of the gospel of Christ so powerful? Can contemporary Christians also participate in their faith or loyalty? Although these martyrs died, they still spoke to the church. This led to the completion of this extremely painful biography of Bishop Lyle in the nineteenth century: "Martyrs—Five British Reform Pioneers." Lyle apart from analysis In addition to the reasons for their martyrdom, he also pointed out their remarkable characteristics of Christian life. These martyrs are enough to serve as an example, warning, and challenge for Christians today. Through their deeds, readers can also develop the same faith under the power of Christ.