This week was truly interesting. Josh Williamson kindly drove me to the Gold Coast, as my car was losing about 3Ltrs of Water an hour, which is rather frustrating.
It turned out to be just Josh and I today, and as we find the normal area blocked off by people filming the bike race, we decided to take some lunch at the local Red Rooster and chat for a bit until the speakers were turned off and we could evangelise properly.
We headed out shortly after and handed out tracts, and then by God's grace were able to start preaching. It started off with Josh and I, tagging each other in while we kept doing short preaching bursts, waiting for God to send a heckler to build a crowd for the hearing of His gospel and its defense.
By the time Josh Williamson was about the fourth of sixth time, he had a live heckler. From there God brought about an average of about 90 people to listen, with the crowd fluctuating and shrinking here and there. It was exciting to watch the Lord use Josh witness to so many people, and see them openly consider thier sin and the God who is out there.
I got to speak to a middle aged gentelman who was an arabic Muslim. We had a good chat about sin and judgment, and while he kept throwing out many rabbit trails, by God's grace I kept pressing him about his own salvation. He took at tract, and I pray the Lord will save him for His glory.
It was a great afternoon, and fantastic opportunity to witness to a portion of the australian culture which is heavily athiestic or roman catholic in its thinking.
To God be the glory!