David Berkowitz' life story is astounding.
It began with mental and emotional
problems early in life, and proceeded to getting involved with the occult, and then to worshipping the devil, and all
the dark evil that that brings to the soul and the mind and the body. He became the devil's plaything.
His soul was chained under the third basement floor of Hell, and when the devil sent him out to kill, he went out to
The ancient Druids worshipped a monster
from Hell called Samhain. At Halloween, there is still worship offered to this
demon. David Berkowitz found himself driven and
ordered around and tormented by this "Samhain". So he called himself the " Son of Sam" . "I didn't hate
those people! " he shouted at the psychiatrist who questioned him. "Who were those people to me?
Sam did it through me! I did it for Sam! For blood!"
David Berkowitz languished in prison for ten long years, his
life and his mind thrown away on the devil's trash heap.
Then one day the Light of the Word of God entered his soul.
"This poor man cried, and the Lord heard him, and delivered
him from all his troubles."
There in that lonely cell, he cried to Jesus to forgive him and clean him up.
And Jesus did. Hear his conversation with
his old friend, and see how Jesus Christ restores broken minds and souls.
David had thrown himself away to the devil, and the devil had left
him on the trash heap of Hell.
But then David threw himself away again. He gave up. He gave up his own will, his own way, his own trying to do
things in his own strength. He gave up his sin.
Jesus said, anyone who is willing to lose his life shall find it.
So David gave up his old, sin ridden, demon-twisted soul.
He threw it away. He threw it to Jesus. And Jesus gave him back a brand new soul, clean, washed pure and forgiven
by the blood that Jesus shed on the cross of Calvary.
This promise is to everyone who will believe and receive.
Are you hanging on to a self--a soul, that is all twisted
with sin and self righteousness and battered by the devil? Do like David Berkowitz did. Throw yourself away.
Throw yourself into the loving, everlasting Arms of Jesus Christ. Jesus promised, BEHOLD, I MAKE ALL THINGS NEW.
The astounding life of David Berkowitz
underlines the power and the meaning of Jesus' words. They are the promise to you, too, if you will, throw it
all away to Jesus, like David did in his lonely prison cell.