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October 25, 2021
Child at middle school assaults & kicks preacher, father threatens preacher, and much more
The first preacher is my dear friend Ronnie. I do not know the sister handing out tracts, nor the preacher at the end, but I love their labor. I’ve had the privilege of standing with Ronnie at many venues all over California and out of state. The Lord has used Ronnie to preach to millions over the years, and many have been saved through his preaching; and later discipled.
In this video, you will see the sister distributing Gospel tracts. While Ronnie is heralding through his Toa megaphone, a child physically assaults and kicks him. Thankfully some school personnel pulled the child off; however, the child returns for more.
Several other students mock Ronnie, but you will see what may be a remnant giving Ronnie a thumbs up from inside their school bus. Then a parent threatened Ronnie while alleging the female evangelist touched his child.
Today the world would prefer that the professing church go to them and use pragmatic methods. But as I’ve said before ~
Nowhere in the Scriptures are evangelists (or street preachers) told to first get the worlds permission to preach. Nowhere in the Scriptures are Christians told to accommodate the world. Nowhere in the Scriptures are we told to only preach to crowds that are willing to listen. Nowhere in the Scriptures are we told to redact, truncate, or replace the preaching of the glorious Gospel with tricks, gimmicks, gadgets, skits, magic, entertainment, cash giveaways, gift card giveaways, trivia questions, word games, jokes, or comedy. Nowhere in the Scriptures are we told to give the heckler a microphone and a box to stand on, so they can blaspheme the Lord and use profanity. We ought to be thankful that these evangelists are out there. But when our evangelism efforts become more man-centric and less Gospel-centric; it’s no longer orthodox Biblical evangelism, it is heterodoxical pragmatism.
I am grateful a sister was with them, and am thankful these men have not been emasculated.