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He sat on a short stool in the entrance of a high-end jewelery shop after it had closed for the day playing his guitar. He was singing the Elton John classic Levon. I love hearing the sound of a single guitar and singer doing smooth songs like that. So since I was walking the through the area by myself, I decided to stop a few shops down from him and act like I was intensely Twittering so that I could take a moment just to enjoy the music.
I don’t know what it is about music like this that gets me. But I couldn’t help but to think that it connects to something inside for a lot of people, because this guy was making some pretty good money as people strolled by.
Since I was out there so that I could observe my Evangelism class during their final ’evangelism lab’ (a fancy term for street witnessing), I thought that it would be cool to see what I could observe and learn from this street guitar dude too. After all, I figured that he and I (and my class) were really doing the same thing. We both wanted people to be impacted in such a way that they would have a favorable response to what we were sharing with them…
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