I heard a story about two churchgoers, who were witnessing, and they were going to the neighborhood, and knocking on doors, witnessing to the neighborhood.
At one house they came to, they knocked on the door, a woman came out, and they explained what they were doing. She was very hostile. She said, “I don’t want to hear any of your religion!” She slammed the door in their face. But miraculously the door flung open again.
There again they looked at each other very puzzled. She said, “You’d better take your foot out of the door. I know you put your foot in the door. I’m going to call the police!” And she slammed the door again. Miraculously again the door swung open again. At this point she said, “I’m going to call the army. You’d better take your foot out of that door!” She went to close that door again, and the two churchgoers said, “Ma’am (Madam), before you do that again, you may want to move your cat!” (Laughter)
Sermon: Being spiritually and physically blessed / August 16th, 2008