The South-East England (UK) team was out on the Romford High Street on Saturday, March 16th, for outreach. It was a cool and cloudy day with strong wind warnings. Jacob had a number of conversations with people on the High Street, giving tracts to many. He had a long conversation with a woman named Patience.
Her young son was a bit grumpy having to wait, so I gave him a New Testament which cheered him up. He showed it to his mother. I pray that he will read it many times over. I preached from Psalm 14, "The fool has said in his heart, 'No God'" That turned heads as I gave the Phil Johnson exegesis of that passage.
I also preached from Ephesians Chapter 2 and Romans 5. Michael George's art collection had sold the say before and the most expensive work was from Damian Hirst, entitled "The Incomplete Truth", which has a dove in formaldehyde. I declared that Christ is the way , the truth and life. I was interrupted by a fellow named Mike who was a self-proclaimed prophet and a lengthy conversation followed.
He wasn't open to the fact that there are no apostles and I warned him to be very careful with his "experiences". He has to stick to God's word alone and not put his trust in encounters.
South-East England (UK) Team
Meets regularly on Saturdays on the Romford Highstreet (in front of Marks and Spencer's).
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