In his book “I Believe In Visions,” Rev. Hagin was ministering in Rockwall, Texas, in 1950 and had an open vision in which Jesus spoke to him about being a ‘Soul-winner.’
Jesus was standing there, and I stood in His Presence. He was holding a crown in His hands. This crown was so extraordinarily beautiful that human language cannot begin to describe it.
Jesus told me, “This is a soul-winner’s crown. My people are so careless and indifferent. This crown is for every one of My children. I speak and say, ‘Go speak to this one or pray for that one,’ but My people are too busy. They put it off, and souls are lost because they will not obey Me.” . . .
Jesus said that people selfishly say they are ready for Heaven. They talk about their mansions and the glories of Heaven while many around them live in darkness and hopelessness. Jesus said I should share my hope with them and invite them to come to Heaven with me.
Then Jesus turned to me and said, “Now let us go down to hell.” . . . We went down to hell, and as we went into that place, I saw what appeared to be human beings wrapped in flames. . . . Jesus told me, “Warn men and women about this place,” and I cried out with tears that I would.
“ The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life; AND HE THAT WINNETH SOUL IS WISE.”
In this sermon Bishop Dag explains the need to be a soul-winner. Watch and be blessed!