Cel mai bun ziua…

What a great day! Really, how many days can you say that you got to see cow intestines, haggle for wash tubs, sing a duet with Dierks Bentley (aka Matthew) and be part of a bunch of orphans giving their lives to Christ? Well…that was today in a nutshell. I know it sounds like a lot of random events or at least the start to a really bad Nicholas Sparks novel but in reality, it is only one day in a trip to Moldova to work with a team of incredible people who only want to serve Christ. As I mentioned in an earlier blog, I learned to speak Romanian 12 years ago and really, at that time, had no idea that it would culminate in a moment that would have ETERNAL consequences. The Bible tells us that God only uses broken vessels and honestly, you could lump me in there with them, but today I had the opportunity to tell the group at evening devotion time about God’s Plan of Salvation for us. At lunch, I had enlisted the help of some of the other ladies on our team (thank you Nancy!) to really pray for the hearts of these kids and for a move of the Holy Spirit. However, I really didn’t expect that move to come so quickly! After I walked the kids down the Roman Road I asked them if they had ever prayed the Sinners Prayer and asked Christ for salvation. Some hands shot up, our teams included (thanks for the moral support guys…it helped in a HUGE way to help out with crowd participation). However, when I asked if anyone would like to come up and pray that prayer with me…one little tiny dirty orphan girl (Doina) came forward and hugged me…and before I completely lost it…8 others came up and prayed with me to accept Christ! I wish I could say that I remember exactly what I said (maybe it had something to do with the afformentioned cow intestines…probably not…but really, I just wanted to mention the cow intestines again…OH…I did it again…wow, I am tired) but honestly, I don’t…I was totally on the J.C. autopilot and ALL of the Glory be to HIM! An incredible, incredible day. I will share more and it will mean a lot more when you can see the video and pictures. (Yes…we did take pics of the cow intestines…OH, I did it again!) But thank you, THANK YOU for all of your thoughts and prayers. I mis you all and will see y’all soon!!!! Yours in the unbreakable bond, Will P.S. Dierks and I album will be out in the fall….so look for our tour to be in a city near you very soon!

One Comment on “Cel mai bun ziua…”

  1. Anonymous

    All the angels in heaven are rejoicing as these little ones trust Jesus and accept Him as their own!!! What a joy! Wish I were there.
    Linda Blough
    (Jessica and Bekah’s mom)
    P.S.–Give them a hug for me and tell them I love them.

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