Bob Cutler’s Testimony

Hebrews 11: 8

As  a young man I had handed over my life to God, and felt that he may be calling me to be ordained. So I went for a weekend visit to a theological college in Bristol. There had just been a University mission, and on the Saturday evening there was a follow-up meeting where the missioner was encouraging those involved to continue following the Lord.  He spoke on the verse –

Hebrews 11v8.

By faith Abraham, when called to go to a place he would later receive as his inheritance, obeyed and went, even though he did not know where he was going.”

I did not know what the future held so was encouraged to feel that God was calling me.

The next morning in college chapel the Vice Principal preached the sermon, and amazingly he spoke on the same verse!  Coincidence?  I felt it was more than that, so as you may imagine this verse became very important to me.  Years later, as you may know, God called me to go and work among students in Bangladesh.  At times that was very tough, but as I remembered this verse I was encouraged that I had gone there at God’s calling. “.. to a place he would later receive as his inheritance ..” I stayed for over 18 years and now there is a thriving and growing student movement there.  I have been back several times and will be visiting again next year.  It’s like going home to my second family.

 

Bob Cutler – July 2019

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