Alert Ministry Workers in Mexico Notice Suicidal Signs in 11-year-old Boy and Tell him About Jesus Christ…

Workers at a native ministry’s educational center in Mexico were helping an 11-year-old boy who had emotional and academic problems when they noticed some alarming drawings in his notebook.

The sketches made it clear the boy was suicidal.

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Because Roberto* had trouble socializing and his father was addicted to drugs, the local missionaries had persuaded his mother to let him live at the school living quarters.

“Two months after staying in our center, Roberto confessed that he wanted to kill himself,” the ministry leader said. “Our missionaries shared the love of Christ with him, and this child accepted Christ.”

Workers find people of all ages respond to Christ, but one 100-year-old woman in a Peruvian village wasn’t so sure about His grace.

Roberto’s studies began to improve, as did his relationships with his classmates and parents, the leader said.

“As a result of the good progress in Roberto’s life, his parents also received Christ and are beginning to be discipled,” he said. “We thank God for this family that has been transformed by the power of God.”

Native missionaries in Latin America find people of all ages respond to Christ, but in Peru, a 100-year-old woman in a remote village wasn’t so sure about His grace. When a worker visiting her hut shared the Gospel with her, she acknowledged that she had never heard of such great love as someone dying for her sins, but she wondered if the time for salvaton had passed.

“While I was young, I did many sins and worshiped the sun and the moon – can God still save me?” she said. “I am an old woman and can’t pay nothing for that.”

The worker explained that God will forgive all her past sins, and that she didn’t have to pay or do anything to earn this free gift.

“Then, in tears, she surrendered her life to Jesus,” the leader of the Peruvian ministry said. “She started taking classes, and when she finished, she was eager to be baptized, so they went to the closest river for the baptism ceremony. After that, she told our missionary, very excited, ‘Never is it late to be a newborn creature and become a child of God!’”

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SOURCE: Christian Aid Mission

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