Brad Whitt, pastor Abilene Baptist Church Augusta, Ga. Yesterday was a great day at Abilene. The Lord blessed us with 13 who came by baptism, three by letter, and four who recommitted to walk closer to Jesus.
Heading into this revival, we prayed like we’ve never prayed before. First, 50 days before today, we asked people in our congregation to give us names of people they know who have never trusted Christ as their Savior and Lord.
One day one of Chambers’ friends, John Cameron, spoke to young Chambers and said, “If you get permission to speak to my ploughman about his soul, do so.”
After eating breakfast, I went outside to my truck and noticed the beautiful weather. The slight crispness in the air tickled my nose as I inhaled. The fall colors were beginning to crawl their way through the green, and I knew more changes were on the way.
Given that, because it is the case that we are to win arguments, it follows that this demolishing arguments is a means by which the Holy Spirit brings people to Christ. Apologetics has a good track record at winning souls.