After his formative years in Torrance, California, Louis moved from one life-changing event to the next. But the most significant event of all occurred when he walked into a big tent in Los Angeles one October night in 1949.
Louis listened to a young evangelist, Billy Graham, and he accepted the preacher’s challenge to receive the forgiveness of God through Jesus Christ. After a deep internal battle that evening, Louis knelt down in that tent and gave his heart to Jesus.
Hebrews says, He is the author and finisher of our faith. That means when we don’t have the eyes to see our story to start with, we meet eye to eye with the originator of it. Even when we don’t have faith for how things will end, with His power, He finishes perfectly.
What comes to your mind when you think of Labor Day? I know I think of not being able to wear white pants anymore, all the huge retail sales, cookouts and of course, a break from the labor of long day’s work. However, Labor Day is so much more than what immediately comes to mind when we think of Labor Day.