Before we started our outreach last night in Brisbane city, we prayed that God would prepare people's hearts and bring in people to hear the gospel. And praise be to God, He answered that prayer numerous times throughout the night.
Usually we need to approach people to get a gospel conversation started, but last night, it was different. For not long after we arrived, two young men came up to us, as we were setting up the free Bibles table, and asked us, "Will you go to Heaven when you die?" We responded and then asked them the same question and they said they thought they were going to Hell, because of their sin. This provided a great opportunity to explain the news of the cross to them!
Not long later, a man from Vietnam came up to two of us on the team and asked for a gospel tract. We were able to explain the whole message to him and he was very receptive, saying at the end, "I want to trust in Jesus for my forgiveness today." We gave him a New Testament and also details for a local church.
As we were rejoicing about that last conversation, a young man approached and asked us what we are sharing. These conversations were all apart from all the other conversations that the rest of the team were having at the same time!
Later on in the night, our regular atheist heckler, Wayne, arrived and God used him to draw in a crowd as he discussed with the preacher in the open air on a variety of subjects. He has been heckling us in the city for over 8 years now and we are praying that God will save him soon.
To God be the glory!