This is an excerpt from Christianity.com. It is based on something almost 200 years ago, but we believe God doesn’t change. The same God that worked 200 years ago is the same God who worked 2000 years ago. There’s no reason to believe that God is any different today than 200 or 2000 years ago.
George Mueller was not always a person of such great faith and good character. As a young boy growing up in Germany in the early 1800s, he often stole money from his dad. As a teenager, he sneaked out of a hotel twice without paying for the room. One time he was caught by police and put in jail. As a Bible college student, George loved going to bars, drinking, gambling, and being the life of the party. He also loved making fun of people, especially Christians.
One day, a friend invited George to go to an off-campus Bible study. He went only because he wanted to make fun of the Christians later. But to his surprise, he liked the Bible study. For the first time, he saw people who really knew and loved God. He attended each evening. Before the end of the week, he knelt at his bed and asked God to forgive his sins.
George's friends saw a change in him immediately. He no longer went to bars or made fun of people. He spent more time reading his Bible, talking about God, and going to church. Soon he found that his friends did not want to be around him anymore.
We talk about a changed life, a transformed person.
Not only is this evidence of what Christ should do in a new believer’s life, it is a prime example of how the person you least think would come to know Jesus can actually be saved.