“Let Us Worship” founder Sean Feucht testified Sunday that “God writes the best stories!”
The same man who stole his beloved guitar from his car in June was embraced by Feucht and a crowd of 7,000 believers over the weekend in Spokane, Washington.
“Zach, who stole my guitar, showed up to the event, gave his life to Jesus and got baptized tonight,” Feucht wrote on Instagram.
“I am so blown away at the faithfulness of God tonight!” he added.
“Not only are you forgiven man, but we love you,” the host told Zach on stage.
“Lord, just like you love this city, you love Zach,” Feacht declared.
He posted footage of Zach’s life change.
The video shows Zach getting baptized in a water trough and then prayed over.
Feucht told ChurchLeaders having his guitar stolen “was well worth it” after Zach gave his life to Christ.
“If a bold church wouldn’t have risen up and gathered despite everybody warning not to, then [Zach] wouldn’t have ever given his life to the Lord,” Feucht told the faith-based outlet.
Zach’s story reminds me of a story I covered in 2019 where a homeless man was baptized at the same church he vandalized half a year before.