At work tonight, a young girl, 23, presented herself to the ER. Apparently she had reached rock bottom, as all she owned was with her, which were the clothes she was wearing and a back pack full of her belongings. We began talking and were discussing her many tattoos. I asked her how many she had and she said 15. They were very pretty, very artistic, I must say. She told me where she was from, as we get many who come from neighboring counties as we also have a psychiatric ward, that also assists those who desire to get their life clean from drug abuse. She opened up to me about a scuffle she had had with her dad this evening and began bawling, saying all she owned was with her on her bed. She then mentioned God and Jesus and wanting to live. I then pounced and began talking to her. She had tears streaming down her face as I told her what Jesus can do. Before I left, I held prayer with her, asking God, that if she was calling out to Him, to save her. I told her that Jesus can do for her what no one else can do. I then told her about the Prodigal Son and all he lost and regained when he returned to his father. I gave her a Gideon bible and turned it to Luke 15 for her to read. As I was praying, I was standing over her as she was sitting up in the bed, and leaned on me and bawled. In fact, we were both crying. Please pray for this girl, seeing she is just 23. So, what, in your opinion, could I have done better in this situation? At work, we have to be careful to not overstep boundaries that could interfere with our job duties. But I also am not willing to leave someone broken hearted without first telling them about Jesus and what He can do for them. That is the thing, as Calvinists, we get wrongly accused of, not needing to witness to the lost. All the lost, every single one of them, need witnessed to. It is our duty to uplift Jesus' name to every heathen on earth. But what could I have done better? Please let me know!!