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Frank must have thought, what part of "no" doesn't this guy understand?Every
time I see him, he keeps trying to shove religion down my throat.When is
he going to stop? After a while, Frank became so enraged by John's
constant witness that he'd curse at John when he'd share his faith.
For John, it wasn't personal with Frank, he loved the Lord and talked
about him with his truck driving buddies at breaks and stops. John wasn't
trying to force anybody to do anything, he was just excited about his faith
so he talked about it.
Sometimes, John would only talk to a person once and they'd make a decision
to follow Christ. That's the way it was with the guy he met while picking
up canned apple sauce in Yakima, Washington. John was waiting to be loaded
when he saw the big guy out of the corner of his eye. The guy was 6' 5"
if he was an inch.
John walked over, and began talking about his family, before you know
it, he was talking about his Lord and the big guy was choking up and starting
crying. That day, beside a loading dock in Yakima, Washington, the man
found Christ. John never saw him again.
That's not the way it was with Frank. They drove for the same company
and saw each other several times a week. And every time they saw each other,
the conversation would turn to matters of faith.
Frank never listened, that is until his family began to fall apart.
This time he sought John out, after hearing the gospel again, placed his
faith in Christ. Today, Frank is still having conversations with truck
drivers about Christ, but this time, it is him doing the talking.
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