This letter comes from the Kabyle (Berber) region of North Africa:
I write to thank you for answering my questions concerning God and his existence. As you know, we were all in the darkness of the local religion, and we did not have any access to the knowledge of the true God. All was limited for us, so that we believed only in an unknown god. One day, I arrived home from work very tired and frightened. All day long, I worried to about the future for me and my children. Everything seemed very black. That evening, God orchestrated things so that I turned on my radio receiver at the time your broadcast began.
Toward the end of the broadcast, I heard the narrator read a Psalm that describes the existence of God. I felt in my heart that the word was given for me. The narrator said, “Oh! You who doubt the existence of God! Psalm 19 says, ‘The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands. Day after day they pour forth speech; night after night they display knowledge.’ Do you want to remain an unbeliever after having noted these marvelous works of God?”
This question gave me a lot to think about, and David's Psalm touched me a lot. God's peace had won my heart. I did not worry anymore for my future because I put everything in my Savior's hands. I have learned all these things through your programs. Thank you, God, and thank you, TWR.
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