What is it?
Well, in the past, I've had phone calls at home, from people who were scammers.
Sometimes, they even tried to get information about my bank information, or credit cards, or even other things. But, I never helped them.
However, recently I got a message on my cellphone. The person told me that I can be arrested.
How awful that was. Sinful.
I prayed and asked God to help me understand how that person could have called me on my cellphone. Especially since I don't advertise my phone numbers.
I looked online and found out that the phone number used by that man who called, was shown on a website online.
Obviously, the person who called me was someone from a website on the internet.
And I realized that the caller must have seen LwL online and did what he could to find out my cellphone number.
For this I thanked God!
It made it clear to me that the person who called, isn't Christian. He must be an unbeliever.
If the person was Christian, then he wouldn't have done what he did to try to hurt me.
That person would have gone to God, and had been taught by God by learning what He wants us to do by reading His word, the Bible.
Thinking of that made me think of John 6:45, "It is written in the prophets, And they shall be all taught of God. Every man therefore that hath heard, and hath learned of the Father, cometh unto me.".
Amen! It is written in the prophets, And they shall be all taught of God. Every man therefore that hath heard, and hath learned of the Father, cometh unto me.
Yes, that person has NOT yet gained salvation and everlasting life, by trusting in/believing upon our Lord, Jesus Christ.. to belong to Him.
So, even though I forgave that person, I'll pray for him.
I'll trust in God and will hope that the man will become Christian, soon.
If he does gain salvation, everlasting life, and repents from his sin, then I'll see him, some day in Heaven!
Just as I will with other Christians.
Thank You, Lord!