April 16

Posted on Apr 16, 2018

Andrew Stenhouse writes: “We rented a hall on one of the main arteries of the city. It was busy and noisy, but God gave us the joy of seeing souls saved there. On one occasion a gentleman, Senor Marfan, was walking by when he had a seizure of pain and looked around for somewhere to sit. The nearest place was the doorstep of our hall. One of our young men, distributing invitation cards, brought him some water. In a few minutes he felt better and went on his way, after receiving an invitation. He didn’t return, but told his wife about his experience and handed her the card. As a result, she came to the meetings, bringing two daughters; in a short time all three were converted. Senor Marfan did not come for about three years, but one day this son expressed scepticism in the existence of God. “What! my son an atheist! I am to blame; I’ve never shown any interest in the things of God.” Both father and son began to attend the meetings and were also happily converted.

Today’s Reading: 1 Chronicles 7-9  Memorize: Ezekiel 33:11