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Six Ladies In A Room
✞One of my most impacting experiences on the streets with Joanne and volunteers was on a cold evening. We were led to a home where 6 ladies lived.
It was a boarded up home, with mattresses on the floor in the main room where they stayed.
We entered with hot meals,
prayer, and Bible literature.
I looked around and there she was, a young lady I shared Christ with on the street weeks earlier, I’ll call her Miss C. These ladies had few who showed them love in there broken state. But when Joanne entered with other volunteers, love arrived. Their eyes softened, and their guard dropped. For a time God’s peace was present. When we stood in a circle, Miss C held my hand, while we prayed for Christ to bring salvation to those who wanted it. There may have not been fireworks, but God’s truth of his sons sacrifice to save them was clear. I’m saying a prayer for Miss C, who held my hand that night, that her memory of Jesus death, will turn her to him, and be delivered from this awful life of sin, through the power of his resurrection. We cannot save anyone, but must deliver the invitation to be reconciled to God.✞
“Go quickly into the streets and alleys of the town and invite the poor, the crippled, the blind, and the lame.”
“Go out into the country lanes and behind the hedges and urge anyone you find to come, so that the house will be full.”
Submitted by an MP volunteer