Sunday, January 14, 2007

Easy going Ken on Mill




Ken was leaning against the wall near this Starbuck's in downtown Tempe, AZ. He had jet black hair, a goatee and was dressed for the nightlife. Not exactly what many would consider the most approachable looking character. But I couldn't get around the fact that he looked like he was waiting for someone, just passing the time until they got there. That was my cue. Ken turned out to be very personable and was happy to talk to us. Nick was along for the fun that night as we walked up and down Mill streetfishing. Listen here as I witness to Ken.

3 comments:

Bob Smith said...

Hi Rob, Ken seemed like a very interested prospect. I belive that it would be good for you to try to make a second meeting date with interested prospects at a coffee shop, or someplace where you could share your testamony, and go into more depth, and ask them for a decision.
One thing you said that I'm not in agreement with: "GOD sends people to hell". I belive people choose themselves where they are going.
Be blessed,
Bob.

Robert said...

Bob, Please take a look at my personal journal link and see my article on the sinner's prayer. It addresses asking for "decisions" and what that might fully imply. As far as us choosing ourselves where we're going. If we do not "choose this day" whom we will serve, we are choosing hell to be sure, but make no mistake, God is the righteous just judge of the universe and he must punish sin. He alone passes judgement on the sinner. It is His wrath that abides on the unrepentant sinner. Consider the following verses:

Matthew 23:33, Matthew 10:28, Luke 12:5, Hebrews 10:31, Psalm 9:8, Psalm 96:13, John 3:36, Romans 2:5, Romans 5:9, Ephesians 5:6.

--Robert

Joey said...

Great, Rob. You've come so far in the way you share your faith! "Practice makes perfect" and few Christians are willing to regularly share their faith with others. Stay strong!