As Varney was reading some of the commentary on Joseph’s story, tears came rolling from his eyes. He told me about how his mother and father in Africa had abused him growing up. What Varney described was terrible, and it is very difficult to understand how parents can treat their children in unconscionable ways.
I told Varney that I could not even begin to know how to speak to the wrongs that were done to him, but I did share the Gospel of Christ with him. I told him that he has a Heavenly Father that loves him and that God sent His Son Jesus to die for us on the cross. I shared with Varney that all humanity is lost in sin. We all miss the holy mark with God. We discussed this back and forth and Varney came to the place that he asked Jesus to forgive him and come into his life.
Praise God for Varney’s salvation. Please keep him in your prayers.
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