Recent testimony From Ravi Zaccharias.
A little snippet of history will bless you. In one of the churches in Shanghai, which was just crowded with people, the pastor told us, “I don’t know why during the Cultural Revolution this church building was not destroyed. But it still stands nearly a hundred years after it was built.We have many baptismal services in the church. A few years ago the pastor at that time said he wished we could do baptisms in the church rather than always seeking a different venue. An elderly woman here remembered that, as a little girl she saw many people being baptized in the church. So they began a search from floor to floor, looking for a baptistry and sure enough, they were thrilled when they found it. Now, we average about six baptisms a week.”
On hearing that, I just paused to thank the Lord for the ways in which He does what He does, and reminds us that stones do still speak of his work across time. If stones can do that, how much more must we speak at such a time as this. Here at RZIM we will continue to speak, write, and represent the powerful message of the gospel.