One Samaritan woman testified to her town, and many believed in Jesus.
One man, Noah, built a boat that saved the human race.
One man, Moses, stood up to Pharaoh and delivered the Hebrews from Egypt.
One woman, Deborah, delivered Israel from the Canaanite oppression.
One man, David, defeated the Philistines when he killed their champion, Goliath.
One woman, Esther, had the courage to approach the king and see her nation spared from extermination.
One man, Peter, preached a sermon that led 3,000 to be saved.
One salesman and Sunday school teacher, Edward Kimball, led a young man named Dwight to Christ. Dwight Moody became a blazing evangelist who it is said, led one million souls to Christ in his short lifetime. Wilbur Chapman received the assurance of his salvation after talking with Moody and went onto become a noted evangelist himself. The drunken baseball player Billy Sunday was an assistant to Chapman before becoming the most famous evangelist of his day. One of the fruits of Sunday’s ministry was the forming of a group of Christian businessmen in Charlotte, North Carolina. This group brought the evangelist Mordecai Ham to Charlotte in 1934. A tall awkward youth named Billy Graham was converted during those meetings. According to his staff, as of 1993, more than 2.5 million people had “stepped forward at his crusades to accept Jesus Christ as their personal Savior. Millions of souls trace their spiritual lineage back to the influence of one man, a simple Sunday school teacher, Edward Kimball.
Someone said, “To the world you may just be one person, but to one person you may be the world.” To this we might add, to you they may seem like just one lost soul, but to God that may be a soul who can shake the whole world.
Evangelism Is …: How to Share Jesus with Passion and Confidence, by Dave Earley and David Wheeler