George, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, shares his personal experience of being rescued by Christ. He grew up in what he describes as “a very troubled family.” He was in trouble with the law a lot growing up. When he was a young adult, a British religious leader encouraged him to trust Christ by confessing his errors, accepting the legal consequences, and allowing Christ’s sacrifice to have an effect in his life.
George confessed to his crimes, and spent time in prison in Liverpool. During that time, he talks of how he came to know Christ even more. We don’t know all of George’s story, but obviously he became a Mormon and is now a falconer.
George uses the metaphor of his work as a falconer helping injured birds to remind us that Christ asks us to help those who are struggling and injured by turning them to Him.
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