Teenage girls

Monday 7th August 2017

I went to WINZ this afternoon. After that I went to Warehouse stationery, visited my support worker’s office and gave a tract to the lady at a store.

I headed home. When I was nearing the hockey courts I saw some girls hanging around. I prayed for them and as I got closer they moved to the side for me. I can be a bit dangerous in my power chair.

 
I stopped and held out some Gospel tracts made to look like million-dollar notes and said: “Would you like one of these?” I gave three away and started talking to the first girl. She had read the part about lying and stealing and so I asked, “Have you done those things?” She said “yes”. I said, “me too.” Then I said, “So it looks like absolutely nobody is going to heaven, right?” All the girls nodded.

 

As I was giving them the tracts, I had a feeling that this was important because some of them were appointed to eternal life.

 

I said, “But there is one way a lying thief like you and I can get to heaven. It tells you how on there.”
You can look it up on the internet, it is called The Good Person Test.

 

When I got home, my friend Jack* was already there. He said to me “Did you talk to a group of teenage girls outside the hockey courts?” I replied, “Yes, what’s wrong with that?” He answered, “Well, Mark* was driving and he slowed right down when he saw you talking to those girls.” Mark is not a Christian or a Muslim and does not want me sharing the gospel with him, but he was interested in me sharing with someone else.

Double whammy. God glorified!

 

*Not their real names.

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