"Coals of Fire"

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Romans. 12:20
OM 12:20{During some gospel meetings in Egypt, a big lusty sergeant in a Highland regiment was asked how he was brought to Christ. His answer was: "There is a private in our company who was converted in Malta before the regiment came to Egypt. We gave that fellow an awful time.
"One night he came in from sentry duty, very tired and wet. Before going to bed he got down to pray. I struck him on the side of his head with my boots, and he just went on with his prayers.
"Next morning I found my boots beautifully polished by the side of my bed. That was his reply to me. It just broke my heart, and I was saved that day."