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GREAT LENGTHS

   Posted by: pastordiehl   in The Good Book

There is a testimony from a dying woman that she was saved by reading a piece of wrapping paper in a package from Australia. The crumpled pages contained a sermon by British pastor Charles H. Spurgeon.

The sermon, first preached in England, printed in America, shipped to Australia, and then sent back to England as wrapping paper, was the means of converting a precious soul in London where the sermon was first preached!

What great lengths God will go to to reach a lost soul. He’s still at it, you know. What source did He use to convert your soul to Christ?

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3 comments so far

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Just a simple woman who loved God and saw that I needed Him desperately, and cared enough to keep telling me, even though I couldn’t see the truth. She didn’t quote sermons, or give scientific evidence the Bible was true; she just told me about Jesus’ love and didn’t give up. And one day, I understood.

February 2nd, 2009 at 12:41 pm
Shelia Ulery
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Being the independant bullheaded woman i became God let me hit bottom both physically and spiritually. Then he put the right people in my path to show me where i needed to be. I thank God He is not afraid to let me fall so He can pick me back up. I am working hard on the bull headedness and on being open to whatever God has in store for me.

February 5th, 2009 at 6:38 pm
Michelle
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I was very young and raised in the church and felt the pull of the Lord on my heart one day, and knew it was time to belong to him. I was very blessed to know the Lord all of my life and have precious Christian people around me.

February 9th, 2009 at 11:35 pm

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