"It was Tony's first week out on probation and he was shopping for his daughter that he hadn't seen in 4 1/2 years because he had been in prison. I began asking him questions relating to him having been in prison, and he opened up and started telling me everything. He let me know how no one in his family wants anything to do with him because of his prison sentence and how he doesn't have anybody else left in his life. I let him know that throughout his whole lifetime he had one person who had been with him continuously without ceasing, God. He looked at me like I was a mental patient. I shared with him Hebrews 13:5... Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you. He began weeping about 15 minutes into our conversation. I was dumbfounded! I had never made an "ex-prisoner out on probation" cry before! I asked him why he was crying, and he said that his heart was heavy with sin and burdens that he couldn't even begin to name. I asked him if he wanted to ask the Lord into his life and that would be a start into rehabilitating his life. He agreed and decided to take that first leap of faith!"