Have you known someone unusual who witnessed faithfully for Christ? I am convinced that many of those with the biggest rewards in Heaven will not be us pastors or missionaries, but those who were faithful in spite of handicaps or problems. Here is the story of one such person I was privileged to know many years ago. It is from my book The Making of a Soul Winner. A SPECIAL SOUL WINNER! On a brisk January day I was paired with Larry to go on bus visitation. One thing makes Larry different from others whom I have been visiting with—Larry is blind. On that chilly day God blessed our efforts, and a boy named Rodney was saved. But how touched my heart was by Larry, who wanted so much to win souls. Let me explain what it is like to go visiting with a blind man. He must take your arm and be led by your eyes, for he cannot know where to go without help. When you walk up steps, he can feel you step up, and so he knows where to step also. Unintentionally, I played a trick on Larry. We came to a sidewalk that was covered with water, and so I stepped up onto a low wall by the sidewalk to escape the water. Larry wondered where I had gone, and was left trying to find the steps he thought I was walking up. We both laughed after he found out that he had been lifting his foot to find steps that weren’t there! How much is the soul winner like a blind man! Our efforts are worthless without the Holy Spirit to guide our stumbling feet. We would fall time and time again without His power. When we are left powerless because of sin in our lives, soul winning becomes a hopeless cause, doomed to the sad mockery of failure. Later in the day, Larry and I talked to the city judge of Smyrna, Tennessee. Larry, in his eagerness to give the Gospel, pulled a New Testament from his pocket and said to the judge, “Here, open this to where the marker is and read what it says, and you will find out how to be saved!” And I took Larry’s Testament to show to the judge while Larry spoke of eternal life. If only all Christians were like Larry! We must give God’s Word to the sinner and let the Holy Spirit drive it into his heart, convicting of sin and bringing salvation to hungry souls.