Battle Log of Operation 513 for Toowong on Tuesday April 4th, 2023 from 1330 – 1500
The weather played up this afternoon with scattered rains before and after we were about to finish for the day. We rarely were forced to walk all the way under rain back to Toowong Village. Yet such hiccup did not diminish the joy we derived from the street outreach ministry. Evidently, people from hard land country like Mainland China, Muslim regimes all appeared to be open for the gospel. I think it is because God has let people to witness the sin of the human race in this fallen human world that has created a vacuum in their heart yearning for faith, hope and love to fill it up. Recap below is the Battle Log of Hung: -
1) God answered prayer to have prepared several UQ students from Mainland China for the gospel. First was Li ?from Shandong??. I had just enough time to share the full gospel ??? to him and he seemed to find it making a lot of sense. Pray that the Spirit will lead him to read the tract afterward to draw him closer to the last step of faith to receive Christ.
2) Alex, a local Aussie major in Economic as mine so we clicked instantly. He has no religion following but appeared very open and receptive to the gospel and he promised to read the tract to reinforce the gospel message I shared him.
3) Then I was led to chat with another student from small town in Hebei, China, ??. He was willing to chat and got connected through my life witness travelling to many places in China. It was a pity the bus arrived before I touch upon the gospel. So, it was settled by taking a tract to read afterwards.
4) Then I approached another girl from Mainland China. She claimed she had chatted with Johnny one year ago. So, I said to her, it was no coincident for us to reconnect for revision on the gospel message.
5) Then I connected with a man from Serbia. He claimed some of us had chatted with him before and he was now busy in doing some last-minute revision to his assignment so excuse me from a chat.
6) Steve an UQ student from KL Malaysia though he is basically an English-speaking person. It was unsure about his own faith status but he appeared very open for the gospel and has a very receptive heart for the salvation of Jesus. We took photo to make sure we recognize each other next time.
7) Amah is from Saudi Arabia he was yet another Muslim but very opened to the gospel and even know who Jesus is. We also took photo to make sure we recognize each other next time.
Toowong Team (QLD)
Meets 1:30-3pm every Tuesday afternoon at the Toowong train station on the 2nd floor and splits into two teams, one at the main entrance of Toowong Tower on Sherwood Road, another at the foot of the pedestrian bridge across Benson Street.
Contact Johnny Hsieh for more information.