A point of contact by Richard Roberts
According to Lindsay Roberts well, how do I use my faith? You use it through a point of contact. A point of contact sets the time for you to let your faith go. Now there’s one way that I can illustrate this. It’s through a story of something that happened to me when I was a boy.
When I was a boy, I had—I don’t know how you translate it in French—I had 22 warts on my left hand, growths—22. I was about ten years old. Oral Roberts believes that and my mother came and said, “We’re going to the doctor, and we’re going to have the warts burned off.”
I was just a little boy, and I was frightened. My father came home. He said, “That’s fine, but let’s also pray.” I said, “Yes, let’s pray.” I was frightened because I had heard about how doctors took those needles, and I was scared.
So he took me in the bedroom and closed the door. He said, “I’m going to pray. And when I do, I want you to release your faith.” I looked at him, and I said, “How do I release my faith?”
He said, “You do it through a point of contact.” I said, “What do you mean point of contact?” And he pointed to the light switch on the wall. He said, “That is a point of contact.” I said, “What do you mean?”
He said, “The switch is a point of contact.” He said, “It has no power, but it’s hooked up to the power company. And when you push the switch, you touch the power company and the lights come on.”
Richard Roberts – He said, “Now the faith in your heart is just like that light switch. When I pray,” he said, “you let your faith go to God, just like you turn on the light switch. And then you watch what happens.”© Copyright 2012admin, All rights Reserved. Written For: Saving Souls | Richard Roberts and Lindsay Roberts Ministries