Tuesday, October 19, 2010

New World Order and Chemtrails....

This Friday was the Friday at Fifth Fall event in Indialantic, FL. It’s a great event for FFM and we have our Good Person tent setup. We started using the Einstein poster which is a great attraction. You ask some questions to show their heart and brain is not always right and they can be deceived. Then you go on the Good Person test using the Law and of course, they fail as “For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God” Rom 3:23.

Many people took the tests and we (Dayna, Diana, Steve and myself) were able to ask the ultimate question – will you go to heaven when you die? Of course you get all kinds of responses but our mission is to preach the Gospel.

Steve was talking to a woman with a 10 year old son and I over-heard parts of the conversation involving New World Order, little gods and more. Her son walked over the table. I asked if he believed in God and I entered into one of the most bizarre and discouraging conversations in a long time.
Boy: there is no such thing as God, we are here as little gods to be controlled by the New World Order

“Where did you get this information?”

The Internet

“What makes the internet right?”

Because it is and don’t you know we came here as aliens and as little gods to me under the control of the New World Order?

Again he said he gets this off the internet and from his mother. I did not want to say anything about his mother but I was not going to let this go by without explaining this entire universe was created by a Creator God as was mankind. We are not little gods.

He said that we were all affected by chem-trails and everything we eat is poisoned with particles to keep us under control by the new world order.
It was frightening listening to this 10 year old and how his mother and others have corrupted his mind with this garbage. I gave him a Why Christianity booklet and he declined saying that we are ultimately under the man’s control and there is no God.

Pray for him (he would not give his name).

After this, came Richard. A 30 something guy searching for the Truth. He was very interested in learning of Christianity. We went through the Good Person test and he acknowledged he was a sinner. I told him what he need to do to assure eternity in Heaven with the Lord. He asked some more questions. I asked if he ever read the Bible and he said he did not have one. He has many books but doesn’t think he has one. I offered him one and he said he would stop back on his way out. We packed up at 9P and I had the Bible and another book held out. No Richard – so we finished packing the car and then I looked up and there was Richard – he asked if he could still have the Bible. I was so pleased for him and he also got One Heartbeat Away. Pray for Richard.

We were very blessed and will be praying for all who heard the Word.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

The graduation of James Richard

Well, this post has been weeks in the making. Most of you are aware that we have been conducting our first-ever Way of the Master Basic Training Course, inside the nursing home! It has really been an exciting experience. Whenever you are inside of a facility like a nursing home, where everyone works so closely together, you really have a chance to impact many, many lives. Such was the case while going through this course.

When we met for the first week's class 'James' straightened me out on his name. "My given name is James Richard H., but since I was born I've gone by Richard. After I came into the nursing home people called me James because it is legally my first name, but I am Richard." You know, this was nice to know because I had called him James for over a year. People like to be addressed correctly. By the way, so does God.

Richard has worked so very hard for the duration of this class. The spiritual warfare can at times be grueling. Add to that, physical hardships and environmental stresses. Many times people drop out of the course during the 8 week period. Not so for Richard. Every week, he had his homework done properly and on-time.

He told us right from the beginning that he didn't want to deceive us or give us the wrong impression..."I'm not sure I'll be able to come out on the street with you all." We still laugh at that statement. I told him not to worry about that at all.

"I'm sure in the not-too-distant future that we will no longer be allowed into these facilities, Richard. At that point you'll be our man on the inside, see?" He smiled widely at that. It was only a few weeks later that Richard excitedly told us about his first encounter. He got to talk to one of the new guys about the Lord. He even went down to the on-site library to see if there was a Bible available for him.

This class was conducted by Steve, Dayna, Allyson and me. Richard got the benefit of many teachers, and it worked out to be a good thing. He also got the prayer support of the entire team as well as the physical support in conducting this fishing expedition. Pictured here are Allyson and Richard in front; Mary, Steve, Dayna, Jen, Diana and Dave. Dennis was slated with taking the picture.

We celebrated Saturday with a little party. Richard was very pleased to be presented with a graduation certificate from the class that he so proudly earned. We framed it and hung it on his wall. After the goodies were unwrapped we all went 'fishing'. Richard went with Steve and Dave and had a great conversation with and elderly Irish lady who was Catholic. The rest of us went in different directions in search of lost souls.

Luke 10:2 And He said to them, "The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few. Therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest."
Richard plans on continuing his education by studying now with the School of Biblical Evangelism textbook. I'm so glad this is offered in a textbook as well as the on-line school from Living Waters

Go ye therefore and make mistakes!!

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Friday Night in Melbourne, FL

Melbourne Florida’s monthly Friday Fest brought out its ‘best’. There were many opportunities for us to witness and preach the Gospel. We had our “Are You a Good Person?” booth setup to invite the question to be asked.

It is interesting that this is touted as a family event but not exactly what I would call a family event. However, it’s a great place to preach the Gospel and try and reach the lost as we are commanded to do.

Wes, Justin and Ken were out with us as well open air preaching. Dayna is trying to explain to this fellow how lost he really is but he was a very proud person. She did her part, now it’s up to him and the Holy Spirit.

Dave is giving the intelligence test to these young ladies. These four questions are followed up by the Good Person test – they all failed – just as we all do! “No one understands; no one seeks for God. All have turned aside; together they have become worthless; no one does good, not even one."
(Romans 3:11-12)

The Einstein poster and tests were a great ‘magnet’ to attract people. Or maybe it was the $20 reward to those who passed the good person test.

By 9 O’clock most people were getting too drunk to make any sense with so we shut it down and went home….