Who purposely jumps into darkness?
This past month has been packed with moments that I could not have “hoped for, dreamed of, or even imagined.” One moment, in particular, was when I was given courtside seats to David’s transformation over a period of three Monday nights. I planned on writing his story for this post, but he wanted to share his good news:
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The ambiguous parts of his story were intentional. After I tell you what he was saying, go back and listen to his story again.
David is currently on post-prison supervision which means he can’t leave the State. If he leaves the State without permission, a warrant will be issued for his arrest. In a few days, David is going to Arizona without permission. When he returns, he’s going to turn himself in, so he can:
Jump Back In!
You may be saying, “Why would he purposely jump back into jail?” Here’s why: He told me he wants to share his new hope with others. He wants to share Jesus with those who don’t know Him. I’ve never heard of someone purposely committing a crime so they could go back to jail and declare liberty to the captives.
“He has sent me to comfort the brokenhearted
and to proclaim that captives will be released
and prisoners will be freed.”