Dear Praying Friends,
The restaurant had just closed, and the front door was shut and locked. She had just begun cleaning when the man arrived. Yelling as he beat and kicked on the front door, he finally broke through and then began to scream, “Jesus, save me from the demons! Only Jesus can save me now! Oh God, save me from the fires! Jesus, save me! Can’t you see the demons?!” The man, overdosing on narcotics and possessed by demons was dying. She watched in horror as he passed from this life in terror and torment. His face, even in death, was a mask of fear and pain. His eyes, though no longer seeing, were fixed on the horrors only he could see.
She came to services last Sunday looking haunted and terrorized. She listened to my message and immediately came up to talk with me after the services. She recounted this traumatic situation and said she could not sleep nor could she stop thinking about that man and what had happened to him. Her eyes were haunted, her face revealed the trauma she had suffered. But as I talked with her, for the first time in over 12 years that we have known her, she confessed that she was not saved. After I had her read some Scriptures, she bowed her head, confessed her sins and asked Jesus to forgive her and save her.
Her eyes are no longer filled with fear, she has peace that only God can give. Please pray for her and her husband. He is saved and God has recently called him to preach, but where there was conflict before, please pray that now, through Christ, there will be unity, true love and a submission to the Lord and His perfect will.
Only our God could take such a horrible situation and turn it for eternal good!