I received a text from what read like a female asking a coworker if he could fill in for her at work. Realizing that this woman obviously dialed a wrong text number, I texted her back, “wrong number.” To which she responded typing the name of the person she thought she was texting and telling him who she was and that she needed someone to fill in for her.
Do I just leave it alone? Do I text, “You have the wrong #?” Considering that I use a Tracfone that requires I push a button three or more times to get the letter, number or symbol I desire and the fact that I am not familiar with texting “code,” it would be laborious for me to text her much back. What to do?
I decided, since she was reading whatever came from me, to text her about who Jesus is and how to come into a saving relationship with God through Him.
She did not text me a third time. I wonder though if we might meet in heaven?!
“For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ, for it is the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes, for the Jew first and also for the Greek.” Rom. 1:16