Arthur Blessit became well-known years ago for his ministry on Hollywood’s “Sunset Strip.” Writing of his experiences there he said, “We were soon overwhelmed by Christians pouring in with their cameras, asking, ‘Would you show me one of the go-go girl converts?’ or ‘Can I get a picture of the Hell’s Angels Motorcycle gang member who is now a Christian?’ We were a photo-palace for Christian tourists. I remember a man who seemed very concerned and interested. He asked that I take him around to see what we were doing. As we drove along the street, we saw a man lying with his face in the gutter, apparently drunk. My companion began to prattle about the evils of alcohol and continued to drive on. I said, ‘Stop the car. Don’t lecture me on alcoholism when a man lies in the gutter!’ I went to the man and lifted him to my knee. I said, ‘God loves this man. God cares. Let’s put him up for…

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