How do you explain to People?


Have you ever talked to someone about a what you believe, and they looked at you as if you were from Mars? Or what you were diligently trying to explain to someone, they thought you had lost your mind. When I first tried to explain my conversation to Christianity to my dad, he told me to get the hell out of his house. I came back the next day and tried again. He told me the same thing. I didn’t give up and kept coming back until he finally realized that something real had happened to me. Then he listened to what I had to say. He did not accept what I was saying right away, but he listened. He was amazed at what had happen to me. He thought I would never turn out to be anything. I never told him all the things that I had gone through. One night, I came home from church, and I was full of the Holy Ghost. My dad and I did not have a good relationship. There was a time when I did not speak to him for several years. Anyway, I walked in the house and my parents were in the living room. My dad looked at me and asked if I had been drinking. It was because I looked drunk. I was, as they say, drunk in the Holy Spirit. I walked pass my father and the Holy Spirit spoke to me and said, tell your father you love him. I turned around and walked up to him and said, dad I love you. He looked at me and his heart melted. He said, I love you too son. It was the beginning of my relationship with my father. To get your point across to anyone, requires persistence and love. Even if they think you are a few bricks shy of a full load. God will turn around any situation, if you will stand in faith, believing that it will work out. Every believer has something worth saying. We need to say it to anyone that will listen and to those who will not listen to you. Don’t you understand yet? All these people that come before us, their lives are at stake. And if we don’t speak up, they could lose their life and place in heaven.

Crain Blanchard.

Joseph1637@juno.com

Joseph1637.com

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