Remembering

This week we are busy in the office making many plans for the future. Also, Tom and Carolyn are in the process of writing a book.
When going through some old files we came accross a neat salvation story that we will share today.

SOS staff goes to many different kinds of events. This particular event was a homeless ministry outreach in downtown Tampa, FL. Tom and Carolyn Curtis were invited to bring our display down to the homeless ministry where people came to be fed.

A variety of people came to eat. The SOS team witnessed to many people that day and several were saved, but one woman stands out from the rest at this event. Tom was at the display asking people if they had ever seen the 3 Things God Can Not Do and Carolyn was working the soul winning table.

When the time came for this young woman, Barbara, to pray, she bowed her head to ask Jesus to be her Savior. While she was in an attitude of prayer, Tom noticed her doing something else. She had on a blouse that was unbuttoned that exposed quite a bit of flesh. As she prayed she was buttoning up her blouse until she became most modest.

God changes the heart and our actions. Sometimes He changes a person so that the transformation is immediate.

2 Corinthians 5:17 Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.

(Just a note here. The reason SOS always tries to have at least one male and one female on a team is because of propriety. In today’s world we have to be extremely careful that there is no reason for any accusation or temptation to any staff member)

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