Sunday-school teachers must sometimes wonder how much their students are absorbing. Those of us who work with an audience we can't see may need even more faith. So the occasional glimpse is reassuring:
-The person who fills multiple notebooks with what he hears.
-The one who records episodes so he can discuss them with friends.
But this one “beats all.” A man inHo Chi Minh City,Vietnam, writes:
I listen to your program regularly and…the content is … relevant and convincing. I suggested to my church to organize an evangelistic meeting with the topic “The Wonder of Life.” I also did a video clip about the immune system based on TTT content and sent it to you as a way to show our appreciation. We wish you to continue to produce more so that many people will be saved through this program.”
This man listened with both ears! The “organ between his ears” got so excited that he spent hours (probably days!) making a four-minute video. It illustrates for others’ eyes and ears the many strategies the immune system uses to keep us alive and healthy.
Even without understanding the sound (in Vietnamese), I admire the close-ups of skin, pores and fingerprints; the arteries and capillaries that carry antibodies to every cell in the body; and other details. See it at:
Sometimes we wonder whether our efforts will continue bearing fruit beyond our lifetimes. Then the Lord gives a glimpse of another way He's making it take root in someone'slife – and how some enthusiastic person is “running with it” to perpetuate what we produced.