Rode on the B line and sang some songs to God, knowing that there was a young boy sitting directly behind me who could hear my singing. Down in the river to pray, Nothing but the blood of Jesus and ended with Jesus loves me since he was so young. I was prophesying to him and praying for him out loud because I knew he could hear me. THAT was pretty stealthy if I may so myself. When he got up to leave I looked at his mother and said Jesus loves you but was speaking to him. She said thank you but he didn’t even look at me.
Then I saw a German kid sitting at Kenmore and asked to share about Jesus with him. He said I have heard it but I don’t believe it. I said, “Well if God showed up to you right now would you believe in Him?” He said, “Yes, of course!” Then I said, “Well that’s great because it says in the Bible ‘Ask and you shall receive, seek and you shall find, knock and it shall be opened.’ (Matthew 7:7, definitely one of my favorite scriptures) If you ask Him to show up in your life He will come. If there is no such thing as God it won’t matter what I say but if there is a God and the Bible is the Word of God then Hell is real and you should find out for yourself if this is true and research it!” He didn’t seem that convinced but I was glad that at least this German student could come across the Atlantic and hear a smidgen of the Gospel. I’m praying that others will come and water the seed that I planted. It could even be YOU! ;)
I saw a Chinese woman wearing a diamond cross. I moved across the aisle and sat next to her. Are you a Christian? I asked because apparently the cross is a fashion statement sometimes rather than a faith statement. Heck, when I was a New Age Buddhist I took to wearing my sister’s ex-boyfriend’s Celtic cross all the time. I loved that thing. Maybe Jesus was calling me even then. “What church do you go to?” “Cathedral, in South Boston.” “I’ve never been.” “It’s beautiful and Gothic and very big,” she said. “I only go once a month” because she was busy with her children’s activities on Sundays. She wanted “balance” in her life. I encouraged her to read the Bible with her children which she didn’t seem so keen on. Well, at least she’s going to church? I encouraged her to visit the church at Brookline High School at 10:30. They feed you too! I prayed with Elizabeth for her family and I pray that she gets a deeper revelation of who Jesus is.
Cute Russian tennis player came in and I told him that Jesus loves him. I just can’t get over how three very simple yet meaningful words can reduce grown men to giggles and smiles. It makes me so happy to see that. EVERYONE needs to feel loved. :D