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Who hath believed our report? and to whom is the arm of the Lord revealed? For he shall grow up before him as a tender plant, and as a root out of a dry ground: he hath no form nor comeliness; and when we shall see him, there is no beauty that we should desire him.  
Isaiah 53:1&2




For unto us a child is born, unto us a Son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counselor, The Mighty God, The Everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. Isaiah 9:6











But thou, Bethlehem Ephratah, though thou be little among the thousands of Judah, yet out of thee shall he come forth unto me that is to be ruler in Israel; whose goings forth have been from of old, from everlasting. Micah 5:2











Thank you to all our faithful friends, prayer warriors and supporters! We appreciate all of you.  Have a blessed Christmas with your family. Christ the Savior is born!!! Bro. Jed, Sister Cindy and Sis. Pat 



October 14, 2013, Colorado State University,
       It was cold and windy in Ft. Collins today.  We came in a day earlier than scheduled; otherwise I suspect the atheists and GLBT's would have been out to greet us.  I began preaching on the free speech stump.  A few had already gathered around Sister Pat.  She reported that they had good questions. 
"The highlight of their year!"
--Colorado State Student
       One fellow said, "Brother Jed, your visit to campus is the highlight of my year."  I did not gather a crowd the first hour or second hour but I chatted with a few students, including an atheist, who last year dressed in a duct tape suit.  He was not as obnoxious as last year; but then he did not have an audience to which he was playing.  Sister Cindy stayed in the library to work on our website, which she is revamping.  Always faithful, Sister Pat braved the cold with me and talked personally to many students.
Small group grew to over 75 in spite of the chilly weather.
       Finally, at 3 PM I gathered a small crowd which eventually grew to over 75, despite the temperature.  I am glad we persevered because I had been thinking about quitting earlier; however, I knew that the weather predictions are even colder for tomorrow.  So I thought today would be are best shot.  I preached until 5 PM.
"Columbus brought civilization to the new world," Bro. Jed.
       There was an Indian squaw, who was wearing a sign around her neck which read, "Abolish Columbus Day."  I was very offended.  She was walking around the mall; thankfully, no one was paying her much heed.  She ought to be thankful that Columbus brought civilization to the new world.  Not only did Columbus discover America but there is a sense in which he conquered the Atlantic Ocean.  Prior to Columbus the thinking by most was the Atlantic was either infinite or else men would drop off into an abyss at a certain point.  They also believed that the sea was inhabited by monsters.  Columbus paved the way for the Age of Exploration.    
"Columbus also paved the way for a new age of exploration!"
October 15, 2013, Colorado State University,
       Shortly after Sister Pat and I arrived, the atheists
Atheists set up a Bro. Jed Recovery Zone
set up a table with a poster reading, "Brother Jed Recovery Zone."  Several of their group spent much of the afternoon blowing bubbles, including blowing the bubbles in the faces of Sister Pat and me.  On most campuses we go to these days it seems that the secularists are organized to attempt to recover anyone who might make a decision for Christ or be considering making such a decision.  I do not mind that they are present, because God will use them test the faith of believers.  I do not care for people making an emotional commitment to Christ; the devil does not care too much about them either.  He knows that faith rooted in emotions will not last or even be saving faith.   I want people to make an intelligent choice, based on knowledge, evidence and reason. 
"I want people to make an intelligent choice to serve the Lord Jesus," Bro. Jed.
   At one point many in the crowd started chanting, "Evidence, evidence, evidence."  I shouted back, "The Bible is evidence, my testimony is evidence, and your strong opposition to my witness is evidence."   Of course few of them know enough about the life, ministry and teachings of Christ to make an intelligent decision as to whether they should follow Jesus or not.  From 2:00 until 4:30, we drew a crowd which was over 100 for almost two hours.
"Evidence, Evidence, Evidence," shouted the students to Bro. Jed.
The crowd that gathered at 2:00 was mostly peaceful and attentive for an hour, unusually so.  At 3 PM I turned the meeting over to Sister Pat as I took a break.  By the time I returned she had built up the crowd considerably.  Pat had stirred them out of their tranquility.  One girl cried out, "You are making us all ashamed of what we are doing and making us feel guilty."  Pat answered, "Good, you should be ashamed and you are guilty."

"You are making us all feel ashamed and guilty!"
   At one stage, most in the crowd started shouting, "Pornography, pornography, pornography."  A nice looking girl said that she liked to watch pornography.  I asked, "Why do you want to watch other people having sex?"  She replied, "Because it is fun."  I suggested, "You might want to sit in your living room sometime with your parents and watch porn that ought to be fun."  She protested, "That would be perverted."  I answered, "Pornography is a perversion."  She claimed to know lots of women who watch pornography. 
Both males and females were bragging about looking at pornography.
   There was another group on campus witnessing; however, they were down the street from me.  The Hare Krishna's were also on campus.  Before they left they danced through my crowd singing "Hare Krishna."  Soon most of the crowd sang the mantra, including the atheists, which demonstrates to me that atheists are in reality anti-Christian, not simply anti-religious.  
   It is unusual for the Krishnas to interrupt me.  They were being mostly ignored until they moved through my crowd.  I said to the crowd, "You cheer them, even though they will tell you not to have sex outside of marriage and not to eat meat.  At least I will allow you to enjoy a good beef steak, or even pork for that matter."  Of course, they are not bothered by the Krishna's because they know that they do not have the truth.  They are upset with us because they know we have the truth, but they refuse to submit to the truth.  
   After 4:30 our audience divided into two groups, one around Sister Pat and the other around me.  It was another cold day.  The weather predictions were mostly sunny; however, it was mostly cloudy.  Thankfully, it was not a windy as yesterday.  
 October 16, 2013, Colorado State University,
     I drew an audience immediately.  There were a good number of professing Christians, who crowded around me desperately trying to excuse sin.  Several of them were from a Christian fraternity.  One boy in particular was disturbed.  He talked to me yesterday and he has also talked with Sister Pat.
"Just because Paul sinned, that doesn't mean that we have to sin," CSU student.
   One man, who seemed older than others and who has been out every day, agreed with me that one does not have to sin.   When the disturbed boy said according to Romans 7 that Paul sinned, the older student said, "Just because Paul sinned that does not mean that we have to sin."  I have never heard that one before.   
     The disturbed boy was very contentious with me; he confessed that he "sometimes" sinned.  Next he claimed to have "millions" on sins.  Later he confessed to Sister Pat that a year ago he was delivered from drunkenness, but he still "sometimes" had sex with his girlfriend.  Pat thought that I had been too hard on the boy.   I played the bad; Pat was the good cop.  We each got plenty of confessions out of him but I fear he has not repented.  His whole focus was on getting to heaven, not on the fact that his sin disturbed God.  One of the more thoughtful boys from the fraternity figured out that the "disconnect" was that they believed that they were born with a sin nature; whereas, I believe they were born innocent with a human nature that has the ability to choose right or wrong.  We also disagreed on the difference between temptation and sin.
"Your focus must be on pleasing God, not on getting to heaven," Bro. Jed.
     I was able to relate my testimony to an attentive audience.  The crowd was sizable for most of the day but not as quite as large as yesterday.  Sister Pat took one turn preaching; the rest of the day she constantly had inquirers surrounding her.  Cindy stayed in the library to work on the new website.  We had to leave at 4 PM since I had a meeting in the Denver area at a Victory World Outreach Church.   The weather was sunny and in the low 50's.
October 17, 2013, University of Colorado,
     I managed to gather about a dozen preaching at the noon hour with the temperature only in the forties.  I quickly turned my audience over to Sister Pat, since she is good at getting dialogue going.  Meanwhile, a middle-age man, Matthew Murray, arrived with a "Fear God" shirt and a banner which read "Jesus Saves from Hell" on one side and "The Blood of Jesus Washes Away Sin" on the other side.
Snow Day? Preach Day!!
   He introduced himself to me saying he knew me from watching youtube videos.  He moved from Montana to Colorado this summer.  He had been using the Way of the Master technique when the Lord spoke to him five years ago to read Ephesians 5:11, "Have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them."  So he started preaching outside of bars.  He also preaches at gay shame parades as well as the campuses.  He has a gentle spirit and his message from Romans 1 was especially appropriate for willfully ignorant agnostics and atheists.    He has his own business, which is helpful for a street preacher.  Matthew reported that a student got saved in his last visit to UC.   Later another middle-age gentleman arrived wearing a sign, which crossed out "Politically Correct" for "Biblically Correct."
Local Preacher, Matthew Murray, who just moved to Colorado from Montana.
     About 1:30 I drew a crowd of about 50.  A policeman arrived to monitor the situation.  Once when I jumped up to the top of the stairs, he gruffly ordered me back down into the fountain area.   He also demanded that a student, who was in my face, give me eight feet of space.  At one point a person embraced me from behind.  I gave the being an elbow to get off me.  I was surprised that the creature was a woman, who had tried to hug me earlier.  Had I known the individual was female, I would not have elbowed her.  Even though she assaulted me, I did not attempt to have her arrested.  After all, I know what a temptation I am to girls.  They can't seem to control themselves around me; they frequently want to hug me.  I can't let them hug me because I know how hot holiness is.
"Everyone that I know is depressed," UC student.
     Earlier, there was a fourteen year old boy, who confessed boldly to Sister Pat that he was an atheist.  Sister Pat asked about his dad; he said, "I have no dad."  Later, when I was teaching that Jesus can bring one out of depression, he said, "Everyone I know is depressed."  This is a sad testimony from this fatherless generation.  It is a shame everyone a 14 year old knows is suffering from depression.  Of course, what reasonable hope can an atheist have?  I fear this boy represents the upcoming generation of college students.
      A girl asked me, "How do I become a born-again virgin?"  After I explained the new birth, she claimed "The churches don't preach the gospel."  I asked, "What is the gospel?"  She answered, "Love your neighbor."  I said, "That is the law, not the gospel.  The gospel is the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ."  She claimed that she had no sense of guilt.  Until sinners recognize their guilt, they cannot be saved.
      Sister Pat talked to a female atheist, who is majoring in evolutionary biology.  Without shame, she admitted to multiple sexual partners.  "Aren't you concerned that you will get pregnant? "Pat asked.  The nymphet replied, "I am on the pill."  Sister Pat countered, "Well, what if you were to get pregnant?"  She responded, "I would get an abortion."  Sister Pat at the end of the day said, "I wonder if they are any virgin girls left on campus.  So many of the girls are not just having sex with a boyfriend but it seems many of the have multiple partners."  Pat was surprised that the girl listened to her for an hour.
      A Christian stepped out of the crowd to commend an agnostic for opposing my hate speech.  After a while, the Christian tried to correct me.  "You are not showing the love of Jesus; if you had the love of Jesus you would have a smile on your face when you preach."  Never mind that he did not smile when he rebuked me.     So that where we are today folks, love is a smiley face and the gospel has become, "Smile God loves you."
October 18, 2013, University of Colorado,
     We had about an inch of snow this morning, which made things pretty, but not good for preaching.  Sister Pat did not go out today on account of the weather and Cindy has been working on the website all week. Despite the weather, it did not take long me to draw an audience of around 25.     This number remained steady for the next few hours.  
   A female, who was majoring in neuroscience, was the first student I engaged.  Our conversation on the role of women was the catalyst to gain the attention of others.   She was only a moderate feminist so the dialogue went well until we got on the subject of Islam.  I informed her that I considered Islam to be a greater threat than atheism, since the Moslems claim to respect Jesus.  She took offense at that remark.  Despite 9/11, students are quick to defend what little they know about Islam.  
   Others were defending Buddhism as if it were actually a rational belief system, even though Buddhism encourages people to transcend their minds.  On the other hand, Christianity encourages us to love God with our minds.    I know of no great universities founded by Buddhists.  All this led into a discussion on epistemology (theories of knowledge).   Christianity is compatible with reason, self-evident truths, experience, and it has the authority of the most influential book in human history, the Bible.  Finally, Christianity with it affirmation of the material world and its value, is compatible with what we know empirically from the observations of our five senses. 
We preachers are teaching students to think!
     Several students held hand-made signs in opposition.   Signs in disagreement to my faith can be just as effective, sometimes even more effective, than any banner or sign that I might make.  Plus, I do not have to hold the signs, which is an advantage because I use my hands and whole body in conveying my message. One particular sign holder was crude loud mouth, which made it difficult to get my points across; nevertheless, as always I refuted their vain attempts to argue against the truth.  A reporter from the school paper has been taking notes the last two days for an article he is writing about religion on campus.  There was one student who actually was thoughtful.
     Matthew Murray arrived at 1:45 and shortly after I invited him to speak to the students.  However, as he was speaking many of the students left.  Thus only the four sign holders remained.  I tried to gather another crowd but it seemed fruitless since by now so few students were passing.  I did have a profitable conversation with an attentive young man concerning the necessity of the atonement.  As Matthew entered the conversation I thought that would be a good time for me to call it a day at 2:30.  Matthew, being a local, might have the opportunity to do some follow-up work with the young man.
     UC is a beautiful campus backed with the Rockies.  Most of the buildings have a unified architecture with textured sandstone walls with sloping, multi-leveled red-tiled roofs and Indiana limestone trim.  Yet, as I was leaving campus, I thought, what a wasteland!  UC, like all state universities, has become a bastion of atheism, humanism, secularism and other such destructive philosophies.  The Christian witness is mostly underground and weak.  It seems to have no intellectual impact on the institution.  The Christianity presented by the evangelical groups is more emotional, psychological and social than cerebral and moral.  One day we Christians will recapture the universities for Christ!  After all it was the church that founded the greatest universities of the world. 

 Bro. Jed is Coming To Town!
Winter 2014
  This our tentative schedule for the spring semester 2014. Please take note when we will be in your area. Should you want me to speak in your church or home fellowship, I am available. Also, if anyone wants to offer hospitality for Sister Pat, Cindy and me, please contact us. We always encourage local folks to join us on campus. We need your help!!

Jan. 6-7, University of Florida
Jan. 8-9, University of South Florida
Jan. 10, University of Central Florida
Jan. 14-15, University of Central Florida
Jan. 16, University of South Florida
Jan. 17 University of Florida
Jan. 18 University of Central Florida
Jan. 21-24, Louisiana State University
Jan. 27-Jan 31, Sam Houston State & Stephen A. Austin University
Feb. 3-7, Texas A & M
Feb. 10-University of Texas
Feb. 11-13, Texas State University
Feb. 14, University of Texas
Feb. 17-21, University of Arizona
Feb. 24-Feb 28, Arizona State University
March 3-7, San Diego area campuses
March 10-14, UC Irvine, UCLA, UC Riverside
March 17-21, Long Beach State and Fullerton State
March 24-28, Fresno State
March 31-April 4, Texas Tech
April 7-9 University of Oklahoma
April 10-11, Missouri State University
April 14-May 2, IU, ISU, IUPUI, Purdue, UI, EIU
May 5-June 6, Oregon and Washington

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