As we shared the gospel today in Capalaba, the team remarked to me that there were a lot of people that they spoke to who were open to the gospel.
That was great to hear and I loved seeing the whole team in gospel conversations for most of the afternoon.
One man we spoke to was named Jake. He initially was quite resistant to the idea of God and brought up evolution and how he thinks people who are religious have smaller brains and so on.
Regarding evolution, I briefly described how the second law of thermodynamics states everything left to itself tends towards more disorder (that is, more entropy) - which goes against the idea of evolution.
But Jake disagreed about the definition of the word entropy and wanted to look it up on his phone. After doing so and realizing that he was wrong about his definition, it's like something changed in him.
He was really humbled and from that point in time he was very happy to hear from me what the Bible says. He explained that he became a Mormon about a year ago, and he was told he only had to stop drinking alcohol, stop drinking coffee, go to Church and pray.
But then they started requiring him to do home bible studies and help the missionaries and he didn't like that. Then they wanted 10% of his salary. Then his mum died and they wanted to baptise him on her behalf, even though she hated God.
That didn't make sense to him, and he realised Mormonism was a cult and left it. I explained to him how Mormonism is nothing like Christianity and about how salvation is through faith in Christ not of works, and so on.
He was clearly thinking about what I was saying. His bus came shortly after and he was happy to take a gospel of John. Please pray for him.
To God be the glory!