Outreach On The Street Again

silhouette of old man with walking stick   On the way to meet up with the Healing Team, I saw an old man leaning on a barrier at a road crossing. I asked if he was OK. He had gone for a newspaper and was resting on the way back to his retirement home. He will be 89 in December.We chatted about work and I explained that I worked for an International Organisation that had outlets in nearly every country in the world. He sounded intrigued, but not too surprised when I said it was the Kingdom of God. He had a Bible but didn’t often read it. I tried to encourage him to make his peace with God before it was too late.

We had a worship time in church, then hit the streets. Soon after we arrived a group of Muslims set up an information table not far from our pitch. Over a two hour period we prayed for a number of people. Several reported being pain free after hands-on ministry. A Christian evangelist nearby helpfully kept pointing people towards us as they passed by.

Before we finished I went over to the Muslim guys. They asked what we were doing. I explained what we did. One Muslim guy immediately started talking about the Trinity and tried to undermine what the Bible teaches about the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. I tried to get the conversation on to Jesus, but he wasn’t prepared to listen, so I moved on.

 

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