Being here in Europe hasn’t really been all that amazing to be honest. I’ve mainly only been in the rich countries over here so far and It’s like being in America but way harder to reach the lost. Most of the places I’ve been to are in open rebellion to God and hate Him, like I said no different than the states. If anything over here is worse because there is more open promotion of homosexuality and things like that. Also parts are even more rich than the states which is super hard. Many people over here have such hard hearts to the Truth even more so then what I’ve seen in the states while ministering there. I find it extremely hard to reach the rich with the Gospel because they think they have everything all together. I can’t even begin to really relate to them as they vacation in $300 a night hotels and sit in the insanely expensive restaurants and I just sleep a lot on trains, buses, bench’s, or even the ground and eat the least expensive food I can find. Of course language is another thing that makes it hard but a lot of people do know English just not the people who are open to the Gospel. The main people I’ve been able to minister to are the homeless, people hanging out in the streets, or basic travelers like me which are far and few between. My heart is saddened by this continent and their lack of spiritual longing. It’s hard for me to explain but I feel so out of place here just like I do in America. I feel most at home among the poor and those in need. So yeah if you think of it be praying for Europe and for those who I have come in contact with and have shared the good news with. Also be praying for the rest of my trip as I’m heading to some of the not as rich countries which I really look forward to. May the name of Christ be made known! If you’d like a really long detailed post about my trip let me know and I’ll consider writing something about my whole time here so far. Thanks everyone. Glory to God!!!
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