University Student Finds Jesus

One November evening Spencer returned to his university apartment to discover one of his apartment-mates sitting on his bed.  He was reading Spencer’s Bible!

Jeff had questions and they stayed up late discussing God and the Bible.  Spencer then invited Jeff to come with him to InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.  Two days later they went together.  Jeff began attending Spencer’s small group Bible study and little by little Jeff’s life began to change.

At the end of the school year Spencer’s sister, also a member of IV, shared a story with me. She said at the last meeting of the year anyone who has experienced God in a profound way, may come up and share.  Jeff, who is normally quite shy, came forward and spoke before 700 InterVarsity students.

He said, “Last November I was going through a severe depression.  Yet I had one roommate who was different.  He was happy and seemed to have it all together.   One night when he was out I went into his room and discovered he had some Christian books and also a Bible.  I was reading his Bible when he came in. We talked until late and that night he offered to pray with me and I felt encouraged.

Earlier that day I had decided the solution for my desperation was suicide.  Spencer doesn’t know it, but he saved my life that night.  I want to thank God for using my roommate to introduce me to Christ and to this Christian fellowship. This year I have found God’s purpose for my life, His peace and joy.”

 

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Prisoners in Lockdown

A story from my years doing jail ministry:

One evening at the jail I discovered the prisoners in the women’s unit were in lockdown because of disorderly conduct.  Those wanting a Bible study would not be permitted out of their cells.

So I asked the guard if I might speak to all of them while they were inside their cells. She turned on their speakers and asked if anyone was interested in learning about Jesus.  We quickly heard two YES responses from each cell!

There were 12 upper cells and 12 lower cells, each with two inmates.  Each cell had a steel door with a small window.  Faces appeared at every window while I stood in the middle of the day room and introduced myself.  Then I introduced Jesus Christ.

I explained that He loves each of them very much. “There is nothing you have ever done that God does not want to forgive. That is why Jesus came—to live a sinless life so that He could become the perfect sacrifice to pay for the sins of the world.  When He hung on the cross, your sins and mine were poured into Him. Three days later He arose from the dead proving His deity and showing us He lives again—and so can we.  Today each one of us can receive forgiveness for our sins so that someday we can freely enter heaven.”

I told them about the two roads in life from Matthew 7:13-14.  “We’re all on that wide road that leads to destruction because we are all sinners. We all need a Savior and there’s only One.

“When we surrender our lives to Jesus Christ, it is more than a prayer. We must be willing to turn away from our sins. We must be willing to get off the wide road and get onto the narrow road and follow Jesus.  There must be change or it’s not real.

“Yet we are powerless to change and turn away from our sin without the Holy Spirit.  When we surrender our lives to Christ, that is when we receive the Holy Spirit who then supplies us with the fruit of the spirit:  love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.  All followers of Jesus have the power to turn away from sin.  Why is that?  It’s because ALL followers of Jesus have the fruit of the spirit available to them – they just need to exercise it.”

When I finished the presentation I gave them an invitation to get off the wide road of sin and get on the narrow road to follow Jesus.  What a thrill for me to hear the voices of many women on both the upper and lower levels pray aloud to surrender their lives to Jesus Christ.

A few months later I was meeting with a group of prisoners when one said, “Wait!  I recognize your voice!  Awhile back someone talked to all the women in their cells.  It was you!  I gave my life to Jesus that night. You talked about getting off the wide road and getting on the narrow road; that there had to be change if it was real.  I can tell you now that Jesus IS real!  He has changed my life!  Thank you for coming.”

Her sweet testimony made me teary-eyed.  “Thank You precious Jesus for allowing me to serve You in this way.  I too know You are real.  Thank You for changing my life. Thank You for changing hers.”

  •  But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law. Galatians 5:22-23
  •  Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.      Matthew 7:13-14
  • SONG: Only One Life – Author C.T. Studd, circa 1900; Music by Kathleen

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Sharing Jesus on the Pier

What fun!  Sally and I decided to share Jesus as we walked along the beach promenade and out on the pier.  The sun was shining and there were lots of people strolling or fishing.  Our big pockets were bulging with Christian tracts, in both English and Spanish.

We prayed as we walked, asking God to give us boldness and tact, and to direct us to those people He was drawing to Himself.  When people walked toward us, we’d hold out a tract,  “May I share a little comic with you?  It’s about Jesus!”

It seemed about 50% of those we passed received them with a “Thank you!”  The other 50% either ignored us, said “No thanks!”  Or, “I’m fine.”

It became easier on the pier.  Lots of people fishing.  We’d stop and ask what they were catching.  One guy pulled up a crab that was clinging to his line–I mean, he didn’t even have a crab net!  A young couple shared with us their recipe for fish soup they would make tonight.  We watched a boy chase down a seagull that tried to steal his bait–and then successfully retrieve it from his beak!  Impressive feat!

Each interaction was fun.  Then… “By the way, how would you like a neat little comic about Jesus?” As they’d start flipping through it I’d say,  “May I ask you a question?  If you were to die today, do you know where you’d go?”  Most didn’t know.  So our next question, “If God were to ask you, ‘Why should I let you into my heaven?’  How would you answer Him?”  Most didn’t know.

It gave us an opportunity to explain that none of us deserves heaven because we are all sinners. Yet Jesus came to die for us to purchase our salvation on the cross.  All we need to do is receive His free gift of salvation and turn from our sins.

Everyone we shared with was receptive to the message of Jesus. Everyone seemed eager to read our tracts. We offered to pray with a few who shared their needs. This they welcomed. We walked back to our cars praising God and praying that He would use every interaction we had and every tract we distributed, for His purpose and His glory.  I believe He will.

  • For this is what the Lord has commanded us: “I have made you a light for the Gentiles, that you may bring salvation to the ends of the earth.”   Acts 13:47
  • What materials did we use?  Two favorite Chick Comic Tracts:                                   This WAS Your Life:  http://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/0001/0001_01.asp  and  Charlie’s Ants:  https://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/0039/0039_01.asp
  • We also used Heavens Gate https://mwtb.org/collections/pmt-cartoon-tracts/products/heavens-gate?variant=2589820865  and Steps to Peace with God: https://www.crossway.org/tracts/steps-to-peace-with-god-4264/
  • Copies of The Jesus Movie!  You may watch it here: http://www.jesusfilm.org/watch/jesus.html/english.html

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A Man Sitting on the Sand

I was walking on the beach and met a man sitting on the sand with his baby.  Juan was waiting for his wife and kids while they played in the surf.

I admired his baby and then visited with him for awhile.  Finally I asked if he had a faith background.

He said he would feel like a hypocrite if he went to church, because he’s done a lot of bad things in his life.

I told him that people don’t go to church because they deserve to go, but because they need to go.  The Bible tells us we are all sinners, we all need a Savior—and there is only One.

He listened and asked questions.  I could see his relief as he began to recognize that perhaps there WAS hope.  He was interested in the tracts I had in my big pocket and said he’d like to share them with his wife.  He gave me his email address so I could send him some Christian websites.   One I later sent him is:  www.whoisjesus-really.com .

He said he lived in North Hollywood.  Could I recommend a good church for him there?      I did an online search and found what I thought would be a good one for them.

I don’t believe it was an accident that we just happened to meet on the beach.  Rather, it was a divine appointment.

“Thank You, Lord, for directing me to stop and talk with Juan.  Thank You for touching his heart and giving him a desire to find a church with his family.  What Joy!

  • Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life, but whoever rejects the Son will not see life, for God’s wrath remains on them.    John 3:36
  • Yet to all who did receive Him, to those who believed in His name, He gave the right to become children of God.     John 1:12 
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Too Young for Communion?

It was Communion Sunday and  Susan’s five-year-old daughter, Piper, was again asking to partake of the bread and grape juice.  Susan had put her off for months because of her age, but perhaps today it was time.

After all, she reasoned:
Piper  had prayed to receive Jesus Christ as her personal Savior and Lord.
She had asked forgiveness for her sins.
She had a mature understanding of the importance of keeping God at the forefront of her life.

Susan was careful to explain the important symbolism of the elements:
The bread reminds us of Jesus’ body that died on the cross for our sins.
The juice reminds us of His blood that was shed for us.

Piper seemed to understand and when the time came she prayerfully partook of the bread.  When the grape juice was passed she hesitated before choosing one.

Instead of partaking with the rest of the congregation, Piper held it for a long time, only touching it to her lips.  Susan allowed her to nurse it for a while before asking,                        “Is there something wrong?”                                                                                                           “No,” she whispered.                                                                                                                           “Why are you taking so long?”                                                                                                           “It tastes like blood.”

  •  Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.      Matthew 19:14
  •  Is not the cup of thanksgiving for which we give thanks a participation in the blood of Christ? And is not the bread that we break a participation in the body of Christ?      1 Corinthians 10:16
  • JOHN 3:16 – 18; Music by Kathleen 

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Life Savings Are Gone

As an online missionary for Global Media Outreach–www.godlife.com — I received an email from Gordon in an African country.  He’s a solid Christian, but his life savings and property are gone, confiscated by lawyers through the courts.

His question:  “What could be wrong?  I have become an object of ridicule in my community, even in church.  I have lost all confidence. My family thinks I am a failure because I am unable to provide as I once did. I don’t know if my prayers are worthy of God.  Please help me.  God is my only hope at the moment.  Gordon”

I felt so sad I couldn’t think how to respond.  I turned off my computer and prayed.  Later I wrote: “Dear Gordon, I am sorry.  Do you remember Job in the Bible?  What did Job do wrong that caused him to lose everything but his life?  Nothing!  He was a godly man. Despite his calamities, he said, ‘Though God slay me, yet will I trust in Him.’  During the darkness of Job’s life, he discovered treasures about God.  I believe God is going to do the same for you, Gordon, so that you will better understand God’s purpose for your life.  God has given you strength to start again. Thank Him for what you do have and move forward without anger or bitterness.

“Satan is the temporary god of this world, but his reign is coming to an end.  Soon Jesus will return and all will be put right.  This life is a test. I want to pass the test. You want to pass it too. Continue to praise God, giving thanks even in your trials. This is one way we show God that we are trusting Him. Trusting God is what the Christian life is all about. Jesus loves you Gordon. I care.   ~ K”

Gordon’s response:  “Dear K,  Thank you.  My family and I will serve the living God, no matter how bitter my life becomes.  As humans we think we need the Protector when the devil overwhelms us.  I am learning that suffering breeds faith.”

He continued… “Our hope cannot be based on a comfortable, trouble-free life.  Jesus said in John 16:33, ‘In this world you will have troubles, but have courage!  I have overcome the world.’ Jesus says we WILL have troubles, not IF we have troubles.  Jesus’ promise is victory over the things of this world, not happiness in them.  In 1 John 2:15-17 we are warned against loving this world and its comforts. This world is fading away, and so are the pleasures it holds.  Nothing will take me away from believing and serving God.  Thank you. ~ Gordon”

“Dear Gordon,   You just preached to me a sermon! Did you know that?  God has given you faith that will help you encourage others, just as you have now encouraged me!  Keep trusting and clinging to Him, no matter what.  He will not fail you.  ~ K”

  • Then his wife said to him, “Do you still hold fast to your integrity? Curse God and die!” Job 2:9-10
  •  Though he slay me, yet will I hope in him.    Job 13:15a
  •  I know that my redeemer lives, and that in the end He will stand on the earth.       Job 19:25
  • SONG:   I LOVE THE LORD – By Kathleen:

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Do You Know About the Messianic Jews?

A man sat on the bench next to our Bible table at the beach. He began eating his hamburger when I noticed he was wearing a name badge.

“So how is that hamburger, Richard?”
“Huh? Oh, I forgot I was wearing my name.  It’s great!”
“Are you attending a seminar?”
“Actually I am.”  He began telling me about it when a Jewish couple stopped at the table and began asking questions about our Jewish literature.

Richard entered into the conversation asking them questions and making comments about Israel and Judaism. They no doubt thought he was part of our Bible ministry.  After they left I asked, “Richard, do you have a faith background?”

“Yes.  I became a Christian in college.  But recently I learned I have Jewish roots and Jewish relatives in Russia.  At this point I’m not sure what I am!”

“Richard, did you know you can be both?  Do you know about the Messianic Jews?”
He shook his head. “No.”

“These are Jewish people who have received Jesus as their Messiah. The first Christians were Jews.  There has always been a remnant of Jewish people who have followed Jesus. Many of them today worship in Christian churches and others in Messianic Synagogues—and there are many.”

This was news to him and he was intrigued.  I offered him one of our T’Nach’s – a Jewish Old Testament and also a Hebrew/English New Testament.  I gave him a booklet showing the messianic prophecies that Jesus fulfilled proving Him the Messiah.  I also shared with him the Messianic Jewish website:  http://www.gotmessiah.com/                                          Richard seemed eager to check out the website.

He received our gifts with a grateful heart and as he left he held up his new T’Nach.  “I’m going to start reading this today!”

  • To the Jews who had believed him, Jesus said, “If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples. Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”  John 8:31
  • But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.    John 20:31
  • ONE BUSINESS IN LIFEQuote by John Wesley, circa 1780; Remaining words and music by Kathleen

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Muslim Goes to Mecca

While traveling in Southeast Asia  (before Covid) I was seated on the plane next to Miriam, a woman dressed in full Muslim apparel. Only her face and hands were exposed. She told me she was on her way to Mecca in Saudi Arabia!

I was curious to learn more. She explained that every Muslim must make a pilgrimage to Mecca once during their lifetime,  if they are financially able.  She told me she had saved and sacrificed for years to make this momentous trip. Her clothes and her bags were new.  She was one of 100 happy and excited Muslims traveling together.  They expected to be gone 40 days during which they would walk around the “Holy Kaaba” seven times and visit many holy places.

Then she asked me an interesting question. “You are from the United States.  Are you a Christian or a Catholic?”

I said, “I was raised Roman Catholic but at age 27 I began studying the Bible for the first time. I then surrendered my life to Jesus Christ. I am no longer Catholic.  However, Catholics do consider themselves Christian because their faith is centered on Jesus Christ.”

She said, “Please, can you explain to me the difference?”

I said, “Bible believing Christians have their faith based on the Bible alone.
The Roman Catholic Church has a three-fold foundation for their faith:  The Bible, the authority of the Pope and bishops and the sacred traditions of the church.*

I explained how Christ changed my life after I had surrendered my life to Him.  I knew all my sins were forgiven. I knew I was now going to heaven.  I knew God’s Holy Spirit was now indwelling me because I immediately began experiencing the fruit of the Holy Spirit: the love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control (as promised in Galatians 5:22-23).  My life was so changed that my husband and even my  friends noticed a difference.  That was many years ago and the peace and joy have remained even until now.

She continued to ask questions until our plane landed.  I told her I had a booklet I’d like to give her.  “It will explain the Christian life in your native language!”  She was eager to receive it!  I felt we had bonded during that trip. When we said goodbye we hugged and she let me take a photo of her.  What a precious experience!

“Lord God, guide and lead dear Miriam into Your truth.  She is seeking Your ways.  Please open her eyes and draw her to Jesus. I pray in the precious name of Jesus, Amen.”

  •  Simon Peter answered him, “Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life.”      John 6:68
  • Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.     John 14:6

[* from Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1995, page 34]

  • “My Friend”  – Lyrics by D.J. Higgins; music by  Kathleen:

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Leprosy – Jesus Does it Again!

Dr.  Abigail is a medical doctor serving as a missionary in a remote jungle in a developing country.  She recently spent a week in a village where the bush people rarely have an opportunity to see a doctor.

There were many people with leprosy but she only had a few drugs for leprosy at her disposal.  She began praying about what to do and how to ration the drugs. Should she use the drugs on a few patients—only the most severe?  Or perhaps she should not start any new patients on treatment until more supply is available.

As she prayed asking for God’s direction, she remembered the story of the feeding of the 5000.  Jesus had taken five loaves and two fish and fed everyone!  She felt the Lord leading her to do the same!

She announced to her assistants that they would trust God to provide. They would treat every leprosy patient until the drugs ran out.

They did just that—and they treated every last patient!  By the end of the week, there was enough medication left over to treat six additional patients when the need arises!

  • “We have here only five loaves of bread and two fish,” they answered.  “Bring them here to me,” he said.  And he directed the people to sit down on the grass. Taking the five loaves and the two fish and looking up to heaven, he gave thanks and broke the loaves. Then he gave them to the disciples, and the disciples gave them to the people. They all ate and were satisfied and the disciples picked up twelve basketfuls of broken pieces that were left over. The number of those who ate was about five thousand men, besides women and children.     Matthew 14: 17-21
  • Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.     Hebrews 13:8
  • SONG:  The Paralytic – lyrics from Mark 2; music by Kathleen:  

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Will I Live to See Tomorrow?

Abdul wipes the cold sweat from his brow.  He’d already come this far, but the darkness feels ominous, and looking around him he wonders…

  • Have I been followed?
  • Are the authorities watching me now?
  • Will I live to see tomorrow?

Abdul had taken all the precautions–waiting until the dead of night, hiding the Bibles in secret compartments in his vehicle, driving a circular route to confuse any followers and praying fervently.

“It’s up to God,” Abdul whispers with resolve. “My life is in His hands.”  Abdul knows the risk of sharing the gospel in his area of the Arabian Peninsula. But the words of God in Scripture are too important. He says, “I’ve seen the power of God’s Word. The Bible gives life…I have to share it, no matter what it takes!”

He moves quickly in silence. Placing Bibles on the doorstep of every home in a small Arabian village where there’s no Christian witness…yet.

And with every Bible placed, Abdul whispers the words of Isaiah 55:11, “My word…will not return to Me empty; but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it.”

As Abdul drives home, grateful for another successful mission, he begins praying for God to prepare the hearts of these Muslim families, because tonight is just the beginning…

For four months, Abdul prays every day for God to be faithful to His promise in Isaiah 55:11, that His Word would accomplish His purpose in the lives of these Muslim families.

Abdul is one of the Open Doors partners on the ground in the Arabian Peninsula. He understands the importance of a fertile heart to receive Scripture, so it can deeply take root.  It’s not just about conversions.  When new believers in this area of the world begin to follow Jesus, they face the burning fires of persecution.  Many wonder if  the cost is too great. That is why Abdul not only delivers Bibles, but he also walks with Muslims on their journey towards faith…

Returning to the same village after four months of prayer, Abdul enters a cafe where many locals gather.  Because he’s a stranger, some Muslim men ask where he’s from and why he’s in the area. Soon he’s asked if he’s a Muslim. Stepping out in faith, Abdul responds, “No, I’m a Christian.”

With great excitement, the men share they’d found Bibles on their doorsteps a few months prior, and they’d been reading them ever since. “But many parts are difficult. Will you help us understand?”

“Of course! If you get your  Bibles, we can study them together!”  For the next hour, Abdul and the Muslim men pore over the Scriptures together, studying the gospel of John.

Abdul shares about the death and resurrection of Jesus.  Abdul will continue visiting the village, sharing insights into God’s Word and building relationships–knowing God is using him to lay a firm foundation for God to open doors to share the gospel.

This story is just one example of why our support for OpenDoorsUSA.org is important–not only to provide copies of God’s Word, but also to support their partners on the ground as they build relationships while walking Muslims towards faith.

  • So will My word be which goes forth from My mouth; It will not return to Me empty,
    Without accomplishing what I desire, And without succeeding in the matter for which I sent it.   Isaiah 55:11
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