A writs band points someone to Jesus
I have encountered three more Uber drivers who showed a keen interest in what I have to say about Jesus. These divine encounters and some of the seminars I attended at Cru 17 reminded me of a well-known entrepreneur woman I met on the plane in one of Global leadership Meeting trip before I moved to Orlando.
I was upgraded to business class, I was looking forward to a good time of rest, but I had no idea what opportunities were ahead of me. As the plane took off, the lady sitting next to me asked me "What is Indigitous?" She noticed it from my wrist band. I explained what it meant and how I got involved in digital ministry.
Her next question was "How do you share Jesus digitally?" How can I think of sleep when asked such a question? I excitedly showed her the GodTools app on my phone asked her "Have you heard about the Four Spiritual Laws?". She shook her head, and together we read through the laws up to Law three. She was interested but asked me to pause and continue later.
After a few hours, our conversation restarted, again with a question. This time she asked, "how did you get involved in such ministry and when?" I told her that I got involved in high school, and told her about some of my experiences.
Then we resumed on Law three. The third Laws says " Jesus Christ is God's only provision for man's sin. Through Him, you can know and experience God's love and plan for your life." She couldn't accept Jesus is the only way. She believes all good ways have to lead to God. We had a long discussion about that. I felt pity for her. She has incredible knowledge about the Bible and Jesus, even the basics of having faith. But it was not easy for her to accept Jesus as her Savior. Her many ideologies and interest in other religions have caused her to see Jesus as just one of the many ways to God.
I'm grateful that I had the opportunity to share my faith with her, that was my part, and now I leave the results to God. It's my prayer that one day she will clearly understand who Jesus is and accept Him.
This fall our team is launching Indigitous Hack events in 30+ cities around the world. Indigitous is a global community engaging with ideas and each other to advance God’s Kingdom through innovation.
Would you pray for funding, logistics, and God to move through this digital mission mobilization on October 20-22, 2017? Thank you.
Serving with you,
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Miheret T. Eshete