MORGANTOWN, WV – And just like that, the 2019 WVU home football season comes to an end. Though the weather was a bit cooler, the fans were still out to support the Mountaineers and send off the Seniors with cheers.
Since I was alone on this trip, I was unable to hand out tracts as I preached for about 2 1/1 hours until kickoff. The majority of the time it was the typical gameday crowd with drive-by hecklers and a fair share of folks supportive of the preaching. Towards the end of my time, a young man did come up to engage. After he decried religion and all that he assumed goes with it, it exposed his intellecutal faultiness by denying absolute truth. After answering him as his folly deserved (Proverbs 26:4-5), he quickly backpeddled and realized he had no answer once he gave up truth.
Coming to his defense was a well-dressed gentleman who insisted the Council of Nicea manipulatively chose the books of the Bible for their agenda and that if I was honest I would, “tell him about the hundreds of true gods” that existed. Of course, he had no intent on hanging around when questioned about truth. Both ended up walking away unsatisfied that they were unable to take me to task, as their foolish answers were no match for the reality of God. When they realized they were reduced to absurdity without God, they refocused on their game tickets and headed out. Please pray for them.
By God’s grace we had a great year without any “beer baptisms” by fans or being knocked off our steps, the Gospel was preached, and over 1,000 tracts given out. The only thing left to do is to send out a thank you note to the WVU Police Department for their protection and support. Until next year…
Soli Deo Gloria!