Keswick Market - March 2019
Post date: Sep 04, 2019 10:0:56 AM
When we arrived at Keswick, the weather was cold and a little wet; after all it was Easter Saturday! The day proved to be very busy. People had arrived for the week, some for the weekend, others on day trips and of course others like ourselves who were locals. Indeed we met people who had come from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Namibia in Africa, USA, France, from the South of England and Scotland. Throughout the day we had a lot of conversations with quite a number of these from people who needed help in seeking God.
Here is a snapshot of those we believe we helped:-
A large group of professional ladies who were now resident in the UK from Australia with whom we shared the gospel.
A young man from Coventry who took a Bible and some literature to help reading his Bible. Please pray for him.
A lady whom Tom talked to for a long time who was RC but was searching to find the real God in her life who could give her hope and peace.
Another man who told us he had once suffered from cancer and was told he was clear, but recently the cancer had returned and was now in his bones. He was now undergoing chemotherapy. Naturally he seemed sad, especially as it was his 80th birthday that weekend. He told me he had his trust in the Lord so it was a privilege to talk to him and remind him of some of the promises Jesus gives in scripture and to encourage him to keep placing his trust in the Lord.
Two other ladies were seeking to find purpose in their lives. we told them to put their trust in God as he has a purpose for each one of us. Easter is all about Christ's death and resurrection to provide salvation to all who will put their trust in him.
Another young single Christian lady from Yorkshire, who lived alone, had lost her job some time ago and was finding it very tough. She needs our prayers.
Tom was busy with lots of children playing on the guessing box. What a blessing this has been to us for enabling us to talk to both the children and their parents of God and the Bible ans His way of Salvation.
We had a lot of Easter tracts which we had ordered just that week, and we distributed them all on the street to those going past, so once again the seed was sown.
Many people were talked to that day, others would be challenged as they walked past reading the texts on the stall.
Please do your part to pray for the work each Saturday at Keswick Market and /or if you are able, call by for an hour any Saturday to encourage us or, have a go at helping people who come to the stall.
Robert McGibbon and Tom O'Donnell.