Hot Fudge Cake and the Gospel (Part 2 of 3)

As I waited for the waiter (how ironic is that), my mind traveled back several hours to an assignment given in one of my classes. The professor wanted us to share the gospel with 5 people during the semester. I had already decided on the 5 lucky winners who would receive my gospel presentation, but here I was about to share the gospel with a perfect stranger who hadn’t made the list.

I suddenly realized that perhaps God had a list and it trumped my plans. I was going to have to revisit that list and eat some humble pie as soon as I finished this hot fudge cake and a conversation with my waiter.

As the young man approached my table, I did exactly what I had agreed with God I’d do: I opened my mouth. Truly, I was going to be as surprised as he was with what I was about to say, because I didn’t have a clue. Knowing God was providing the words, I was hoping for something profound and theological. I quickly blurted out, “You seem like a nice young man. Are you a Christian?”

“No,” he replied, “but I’d like to be.”

Author and speaker Kimberly Sowell calls women to live beyond themselves and surrender their lives fully to Christ.

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