Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Schoooooool's out for...eternity?

I believe God uses unlikely people in unlikely ways. Still, this blog entry caught me off guard. I mean, who would think that God could use this guy:

This passage really jumped out at me:
"We have to make a choice. And everybody, at some point in their lives, has to make that choice. When people say, 'How do you believe this? Why do you believe this?' I just say nothing else speaks to my heart. This doesn't speak to my intellect, it doesn't speak to my logic -- it speaks right to my heart and right to my soul, deeper than anything I've ever thought of. And I totally believe it. That being said, I'm not a very good Christian. I mean, none of us are ever 'good' Christians. That's not the point. When you're a Christian, it doesn't mean you're going to be good; it means you've got a harder road to pull."


Redlefty said...

Saw that over at the other blog and was fascinated!

Just think about the impact he can have just because of his access and acceptance from people that wouldn't normally go near a church.

FishrCutB8 said...

Just another in a long and unlikely chain of people bringing the Good News. Kind of makes you wonder...