Some Of The Mid Day's Good News:
“I Think I’ll Wait Awhile”
Therefore, having been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ.
As a young man, Duncan Campbell was playing his bagpipes at a December dance in the Scottish Highlands when he became convicted of sin. As he made his way home, another young man fell into step with him. He was also struggling with sin. Coming to a fork in the road, Duncan said, “Well, I don’t know about you, but I’m going home to get right with God tonight.”
“I think I’ll wait awhile,” replied the other fellow.
Duncan was wonderfully saved that evening in his family’s barn.
The other man became a successful businessman. In old age, he was taken to a nursing home to die. When someone there witnessed to him about the Lord, he replied, “Speak no more to me on that matter. I settled it the night Duncan was saved.” That man never professed Christ as Savior, but Duncan Campbell is remembered today as a great revivalist in Great Britain.
If the Holy Spirit is speaking to your heart, don’t wait any longer. Confess Christ as Lord now and find peace with God.
I went out to the barn and knelt in the straw prepared for the horses in the morning… I prayed, “Oh, God, I know not how to come and I know not what to do; but if you’ll take me as I am, I’m coming now.”
Duncan Campbell, about his conversion