"Hi Robert, thanks a bunch for babysitting me last night. I must admit it was an eye-opener. I've been definitely tucked away in my little world and never considered what was going on in the rest of it. I'm having a hard time describing my experience to my family and even myself. The one thing that keeps nagging me is that in God's eyes, I look exactly like what I saw last night. No better. What a humbling experience."How true it is that God sees us as no better then all those, rebellious, drunkards, homosexuals, scoffing, God haters, ect. that we are trying to witness to (Isaiah 64:6, 59:12)! And if it wasn't for the shed blood of His Son Jesus Christ we would rightfully deserve the same punishment as those people! It really makes you praise God for choosing to give us something that we DID NOT and DO NOT Deserve! What amazing Grace! Well said Nikki!
As usual we were met with plenty of opposition from the enemy. First off it was a struggle to even get out there. I had a CRAZY week and was also not feeling well, but once there I had some of the most illogical and deranged conversations I think ive ever been engaged in. Some of the stuff I can not repeat. There were a lot of strange people out.
We had these people stand in front of our preachers.
Homosexuals start making-out in open rebellion to the preaching of 1 Cor 6:9
But there are always good things any time that the gospel is proclaimed. There are always those that hear the preaching but do not engage us and those that engage us, argue, but still hear the gospel. Below are some examples of that.
Some of the team having one-2-one conversations.
And finally this guy. For what ever reason when I handed him a tract he wanted more so I gave him a few and watched as he hung out in the background and handed them out. So I gave him another stack of tracts to hand out.