This evening was surely a gift from God. Its purpose was to listen to others. Lend an ear and bear each other’s burdens.
Walking through the festival you could feel an eerie feeling inside. These people are truly in need of the Lord in their lives. They are so lost and don’t even realize it.
God’s message of hope is for all mankind. It is being proclaimed to all the world, by people like you and me, if they might have ears to hear.
Even if one person’s life was given over to the Lord then there was victory. So many people’s lives were impacted tonight, one way or another, in so little time.
Each of us poured out our hearts to God. I thanked God for His mercy. I thanked the Lord for giving these people open hearts to talk to us.
As Keven and I were standing by this bar, a women was looking out the window from upstairs. Upon looking at her, I waved a gospel tract at her.
This is the time to make our lives right with the Lord. We must be familiar with what the Bible teaches or else we will be easily deceived by doctrines that resemble God’s Word.
After this wonderful encounter, I had the privilege to pray with a gentlemen that has a concussion. He also didn’t have a Bible so I gave him one.
I am just so grateful for this experience to bring church to Victor’s home. He surely needed God’s help in his life.
One gentlemen I spoke with was Don. We must have talked for about a half hour about Jesus. He is seeking the Lord and trying to break free of his smoking addiction.
The second experience was life changing. Upon knocking on Victor’s door we were delighted to introduce ourselves to him.
Next, I met a gentleman, named Don, that was sick of living a life alone from God. He had walked in sin long enough and wanted to make things right, once and for all.
As the service got over, many people came to speak to us. They said, how grateful they were for us coming. They asked where we came from and we said Boise.
As we walked back towards Temple Square we ended up seeing a lonely man at the entrance of the Temple Square. I could feel the Spirit telling us to talk with Him.
Surely God can do miracles in our lives and the lives of others. I am an example of His healing power in my life.
It is amazing that God has given us a pathway to heaven. It may be narrow but the fruits of walking on God’s path is life eternal.
As the night went on we met many homeless that were ripe for the harvest and to receive Jesus. They were each going through hard times but knew that God could give them strength.
Know that if the Bible is teaching something contrary to your faith than there is something wrong with it and not the Book.
It is our faith that will determine where we are in our walk with Christ. If we pray often, then the Holy Spirit will be manifested in our lives.
As our night continued, many people were prayed over. One man needed prayers for his wife that had cancer and himself who was sick.
Before my dying breath, I hope and pray that Jesus will use me to deliver His words to as many people as possible. I want all the world to know that Jesus saves.
Speak of the goodness of God. Lift Him up among your friends and family. Proclaim His great Name. Let others know that the Lord God is supreme.
After leaving the nursing home, I headed to downtown Boise to share the good news of Good Friday to the people.
Because Jesus died for me, I have life. My old life is dead with Christ. Through Him I am made alive forever. A fire has been set in my heart that cannot be contained.
There is always a time to repent for our sins. Even, near death, Jesus will accept us if we give our lives to Him and believe.
Those in the faith of Jesus Christ are part of His body. We are all made up in the body of Christ and not a church building.
Continuing our walk this night, we stumbled upon this man who last week we prayed over his hand, since it was in a lot of pain.
We encouraged these people to go church and listen to what their friend has to say about Jesus. That He is the way and we are only His messengers.
We encouraged a group of teenagers to seek Jesus for He is the only way to salvation. There eyes were glued on us as they listened intently.
I am so grateful for God’s mercy. Because of the cross, I am forgiven from all my sins. Jesus has cut down the chains of addiction in my life.
It surely was amazing to see so many people listen to the Word of God, this night. Near the crowds, in the line, was this homeless man who was willing to hear God’s Word.