Colombian Guerilla Melts Beneath Love of Jesus; becomes Pastor
Teresa Neumann, Breaking Christian News BCN, July 1, 2008
"The next several nights in dreams he saw a group of Christians carrying their Bibles into a church. He thought to himself, 'I would gladly lay down my arms for one of those Bibles.'"
Notes the article: "One day he [Wilson] was sent to kill two Christian ministers who had spoken out against the paramilitary's atrocities. He found them, cornered them, and took careful aim. But before he could pull the trigger, he began to tremble uncontrollably. No matter how he tried, he could not pull the trigger. The next several nights in dreams he saw a group of Christians carrying their Bibles into a church. He thought to himself, 'I would gladly lay down my arms for one of those Bibles.'"
(Colombia, South America)Wayne and Phyllys Wozniak are missionaries to Colombia, South America. They have shared with Faith News Network the testimony of a pastor known only by the name of "Wilson."
According to the testimony, due in large part to the fact that Wilson's father was a Colombian guerrilla, by the time Wilson was 10-years-old, he was also a guerrilla. He lived for violence, crime and murder.
"A few days later," continues the report, "while walking down the street, he came across another Christian. The Christian knew who he was and was frightened, yet he spoke to Wilson and said, 'Jesus loves you.'"
It was then that Wilson reportedly fell weeping to his knees and gave his life to Jesus Christ.
Of course, the enemy wasn't going to let Wilson off so easy. When two guerilla hitmen were sent to kill Wilson, they too were unable to carry out the murder and subsequently Wilson led them to the Lord.
Praise be to God.
Source: Wayne and Phyllys Wozniak - Faith News Network