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The full testimony of the Undertaker, from WWE to Christ

Posted by on January 11, 2022 — Drop A Comment

God can reach anyone at anytime, He said in Matthew 28, Go and teach all nations, but this was after He has assured the disciples that all the powers belong to him. All the powers are under his jurisdiction and are in his custody. Whatever the most powerful force that humans may have in mind or know, they are all under the control of the almighty God. We used to sing the song, He has got the whole world in his hand, in His hand is you and me. He said in Isaiah 59:16, behold, I have engraved you in the palm of my hand; this is God talking, He has us all, He knows our outgoing, our coming in, our sitting down, our standing up, our laying down and our wake up.

There is nothing that takes God by surprise. He knows, the day, the hour and the minute where you will surrender to Him, He also know the day you are going to backslide or leave His presence. He knows, who will backslide and come back, He knows who is gone from Him forever, He knows who will turn to Him and who can never be convicted and convinced to believe in Him. By now the Lord knows who are the candidates of heaven and hell. The Lord knows the beginning from the end.

Undertaker has been found and he followed the one that has called to change, to a life in Christ. We thank God that he opened his heart to Jesus. The light became too bright for him not to ignore. It really takes a miracle and the power of God to convince such a comrade.

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The famous Wrestler Mark Calaway, known as “The Undertaker”, also known by the surname of “Satan”, gave his life to Christ in November of last year.

Born into a Catholic family, The Undertaker always believed in God but knew he wasn’t living for him. His wife, fellow wrestler Michelle McCool persisted though in inviting him to church.

In a press interview, he claimed he could not imagine being accepted into a church, and he expected judgment, but instead he found grace and acceptance. He said, “I found myself being kind of tense and pensive to kind of leaning in and like, wow this is pretty cool. And that started my journey back to leading my life the way I should…. I’m not perfect. I’m still in my process. I’m getting there but I spend a lot more time these days reading my Bible.”

No one is too far gone to come back to Jesus! No matter what you’ve done, he’s waiting for you with open arms! 

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