"Two girls came in to the store looking for a job and asked for an application. I directed them to the website. But before they could leave I asked if they had every been in the store before and if they knew what it was about. They had been here and knew about us. I asked if that was why they came in for a job. they said no I just need a job. I asked what church they went to. They didn't go to church. One of the girls grew up in the church when she was little, but didn't know a lot about God. The other knew nothing about God except she believed there was a God. I started telling them about the Lord and went through the law with them to reveal to them that they both were lawbreakers in God's eyes and there was going to be a penalty to pay. The penalty was death and hell. I asked if they were to stand before God when they died and they were judged by the His law would they be innocent or guilty? They both said guilty. Heaven or Hell? Hell. They didn't like that. I explained that there was nothing that they could do to recieve heaven, they can't work there way there by being a good person. I told them that God did something for them. Jesus Christ came down to earth and died on a cross to pay for there sins and take their penalty. Then 3 days later rose from the grave to show He had the power to overcome and forgive sin. I explained to them that there were 2 things Jesus asked us to do. 1. repent( know you are a sinner ask for forgiveness and turn from your sin) 2. Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ for his sacrafice and his power given to you to overcome your sin. I prayed for them both and asked if they believed what I was telling them. They both replied yes. I asked if they remembered what they needed to do to be saved. They said repent and believe in Jesus, they said they did that right then. Praise the LORD!!! I encouraged them to read their bibles and start going to a church where they live. Pray that they would be rooted in the faith and that God would grow them in the gifting He has given them to use it for His glory. "