June 28

Posted on Jun 28, 2020

“Behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation” (2 Cor 6:2). Dawson Trotman writes: The very first trip that I ever took on United Airlines was on a twelve-passenger Boeing plane. It was about a three-hour trip and I wanted to share Christ with someone, but it wasn’t until the last half hour that I got up the nerve to talk to the stewardess. She said, “Do you know I’ve never heard this message before?” She was a church member, but she didn’t know that Christ died for her. She thanked me for speaking to her about her need of personal salvation. Evelyn Sadino accepted the Lord just as we came into Burbank. Three weeks later, while riding on a train, I picked up a newspaper and read: “United Airliner Crashes in Utah Mountains 50 Miles From Town.” Evelyn’s picture was there. She was a stewardess on that ill-fated plane. We never know how soon a person may die and enter eternity. Today is the day! — Born to Reproduce, pp 32-33

Today’s Reading: Psalms 106-108  Memorize: Luke 24:46-47