Today I went for my ninth radiation therapy 19 more to go. As the radiation therapist was preparing me for radiation the one therapist asked me about South Africa and then the other one asked me why I came to America. Why did I come here? And I said, because God sent me. I shared my testimony with them, how 20 years ago I had a heart attack and I died. Even though I was a Christian I found myself on my way to hell, but I pleaded with Jesus and He allowed me to come back to come and warn the world that Jesus is alive and hell is real, and also that not long after the heart attack Jesus gave me a vision of a place called Baltimore on the east coast of the US and He told me to go there, which I did.
And that is why I came here, to come and witness for Jesus, to come and tell the world that Jesus is alive and hell is real. It was also here that I was diagnosed with cancer. The one therapist was very quick to remark that the purpose for me getting cancer was so that I could share my testimony with them. They thanked me for sharing my testimony with them. That was my experience with so many doctors, nurses and hospital personnel with whom I shared my testimony since I was diagnosed with cancer. Jesus has a purpose with us and He uses us for His purpose so that we can witness for Him. I thank Jesus that even through my cancer, pain and suffering I can be a witness for Him because that is what He called us to do, is to be a witness for Him to bring light in darkness.
We have to be willing to be a witness for Jesus and then we will see the opportunity when Jesus opens the door for us to witness for Him. When people ask us about our situation or where we come from it is easy to talk about our country our own things but what really matters is our relationship with Jesus, our testimony of Jesus Christ. That is what we need to talk about. We need to share our testimony of Jesus so that they can also believe in Him, get to know Him, follow Him, obey Him and have eternal life.
It is a privilege to be a witness for Jesus Christ in all circumstances.
May Jesus bless you.