But to his great dismay it had been sold to a collector.Kreisler made his way to the new owner’s home and offered to buy the violin.So Gilquist arranged to meet with him the next morning.The student said that he really wanted what he saw in the lives of believers.But he hesitated to make a commitment because he thought he would have to tell others about Jesus.Gilquist, however, assured him that to become a Christian he was not required to do anything but place his trust in Christ.So, when he discovered an exquisite violin on one of his trips, he wasn’t able to buy it.
—Houghton If you know Christ, you’ll want others to know Him too.
Realizing that salvation is by God’s grace through faith, the student gladly received the Lord Jesus as his Savior.
But a strange thing happened as he went back to his fraternity house.
Being a missionary is not an option—it’s what we are called to be.
I am a missionary, Lord, Wherever I may be; At home or in a distant land, I'll tell the world of Thee.