On Monday Bobby Thompson died. He is credited with the “shot heard round the world.” His home run is probably the most famous home run in baseball history, giving the New York Giants the 1951 pennant over the favoured Brooklyn Dodgers. His home run capped a remarkable Giants rally and was immortalized by radio announcer Russ Hodges call, “the Giants win the pennant, the Giants win the pennant, the Giants win the pennant.”
Someday the last witness will be given, the last soul will be saved. God the Father will tell Jesus to go get His church. Then all of God’s children will be gathered in heaven. What if the person you share Christ with today is the last one saved before He returns. What if that witness, that conversion sets in motion, the rest of eternity?! The witness heard round the world! Do the angels shout, “their coming home, their coming home, their coming home?”
A Day With a perfect Stranger by David Gregory is a quick read, only about 100 pages. It tells the story of a perfect stranger having a conversation with a busy business woman who just can’t understand her husband’s sudden “religious conversion” after a supposed lunch with Jesus! You will learn how to deal with the skeptism of others while leading them to a walk with Jesus. This book is fun and informative.