From Last Word of Saints and Sinners by Herbert Lockyer, p.151.
John Bradford, who, while studying Law in London, heard Latimer preach a powerful message which directed him to the ministry, became Chaplain to Edward VI. With the accession of Queen Mary, he was arrested for seditious utterances and heresy and sentenced to be burned at the stake. On the day of his death he displayed great courage. Kneeling and praying, he took a burning piece of wood in his hand and kissed it, and as the flames arose he looked up to heaven and prayed:
"O, England, England! repent thee of thy sins, repent thee of thy sins. Beware of idolatry, beware of false antichrists; take heed they do not deceive you."
Then Bradford turned to a young man who had also been condemned to die for his faith, and as the flames crackled, Bradford said to his suffering companion:
"Be of good comfort, brother, for we shall have a merry supper with the Lord this night."
7:14 And I said unto him, Sir, thou knowest. And he said to me, These are they
which came out of great tribulation, and have washed their robes, and made them
white in the blood of the Lamb.