That person next to you —
he might look like he doesn’t care at all,
but he’s the very person who needs to feel someone cares.

That person next to you —
she might be smiling as if she has more than a heart could wish,
but she’s the person who’s so trying to hide all her emptiness.

That person next to you —
he might look so tough and has conquered all his battles,
but he’s the person who’s breaking inside.

That person next to you —
she might look so confident everyone would envy,
but she’s the person whose reason for trying was her insecurities.

That person next to you —
he might look so fine and has a promising future ahead,
but he’s that person no one thought is having his last day of existence.

That person next to you —
she might look insignificant,
he might look like nothing to you;
it might look like it’s just a coincidence,
but in God’s economy, there is not an accident.

You met her,
you met him,
for a purpose —
more than rubbing of shoulders with them,
more than seeing their flaws and putting labels on their forehead;
more than just shaking hands and exchanging few words;
more than anything else, you met them for a divine purpose:
You met them so they’d meet Jesus, the ultimate need of every dying soul.

Every person you meet is a soul,
and every soul you meet needs a Savior.
It couldn’t be you, but it could definitely be the Jesus that’s in you.

May you never deny them the “can be” of a once-in-a-lifetime chance of meeting Him through you.

Share Jesus today.
Share Him whenever, wherever.
Because tomorrow might be too late.

Right now, right where you are, no matter how unideal the situation may be, is the best chance to save a dying soul.

“How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? and how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher?”

Romans 10:14

“…behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation.”

– 2 Corinthians 6:2b
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