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This week we shared the tracts to many people in the Queens, NY. As usual there were few who took the tracts in and others refused. Among those by the grace of God we were able to share the Gospel message in detail to 2 people.
Both listened to the Gospel message patiently and understood the message. One of them was Frankie who seemed spanish but understood the message and agreed to look it up the internet. The other person appeared to be a muslim but unfortunately we forgot to ask his name. We pray that the seed takes root by the grace of God and that in future that our paths will cross and will be able to see fruits. Please uphold them in your prayers as much as you can.
Message we shared was that of John 3:3 wherein Jesus says that a person must be born again to see the Kingdom of God.
As the summer comes to a close and fall has officially begun we are planning other forms of outreach. As Paul says in Col 4:3 please pray for God to open new doors and opportunities and also fills us with His power to witness. Thank You!
By the grace of God we managed to do outreach in the busy section of Queens, NY area. There were lots of people who received tracts but we were able to witness to one person Abraham. This was a person who was familiar with some of the Bible verses and we shared the Gospel message and the need to be born again. Abraham patiently listened to the message. He suffered from a certain skin disease and requested that we pray and we prayed for his salvation and healing.
His one request was that he needed another pants as the one that he was wearing, unfortunately we could not do anything but requested that he visit the church where we have the monthly food pantry for homeless. His need was more urgent as he could not continue in his pants due to the skin rashes and heat, so we gave him money to buy a pant. We continue to remember to pray for him everyday that God intervenes in his life and we hope to hear in this life or in the life to come.
I want to leave you with this one thought that Abraham shared with us when we asked him to visit the church for the monthly food pantry service. As we were in the middle of the road in another city there were logistical issues. His thought was Churches cannot dictate a time to help the poor but that the church should be available 24×7 to help the needy and he said once God blesses him he intends to start one where he would serve 24×7. It struck us as true but is it feasible? What do you think?
This week church members distributed gospel tracts to many at a busy area in Queens/Hillside. We also had the opportunity to speak to 3 non-believers to actually share the gospel message. At the end we got an opportunity to pray with them. We praise God for this great appointment.
Though many received the tracts, we do want to call out the 3 to whom we spoke – Kenneth, Ali, Esther.
Kenneth – Understood the need to be saved by Jesus.
Ali – Listened carefully to every word.
Esther – While we shared the gospel message she wept and shared that she is suffering from cancer. We prayed then and there for God’s miraculous hand to heal her and we believe God has healed her.