Last Minute Witnessing Idea: Join The 'Harry Potter' Crowd Tonight!
by Michael Isaacks
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As you probably know, tomorrow morning at 12 midnight is when the next (and last?) "Harry Potter" book hits the shelves. Here's a witnessing idea for tonight: Instead of bolting your doors and turning off your outside lights tonight, why not go out and join the "Harry Potter" crowd tonight?
Not to purchase the book, but maybe to offer a cold soda, water, tea or something to those waiting in parking lots and lines at the stores to buy the book. You might even ask if they would like prayer for any reason.
One act of love done in the name of Jesus can reach more people than a thousand sermons or tracts. Something done out of the ordinary gets people's attention.
If you are in a position to and would like to, let's go out and show people who are out to purchase the "Harry Potter" book love instead of condemnation. They need to see the real love of Jesus shining through His people.
And who knows, the Lord just might have a divine appointment out there for you tonight!
Have a Blessed Day!
We're the best of friends, and I pray for good fortune in everything you do, and for your good health--that your everyday affairs prosper, as well as your soul!
3 John 2 (The Message)
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