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The number of people whose lives have been changed by believing in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
His power to make believers out of unbelievers wasn’t limited to those who saw him with their own eyes. Since his return to heaven almost 2,000 years ago, Jesus has continued to change lives (2 Corinthians 5:17), and he uses those changed lives to proclaim the gospel to people groups throughout the world and also to improve life for multitudes.
For example, William Wilberforce worked to abolish slavery in England; William Booth founded the Salvation Army, which helps the poor and needy; Clara Barton founded the American Red Cross; and George Muller established the first orphanage in England.
In addition, many of the men who made great scientific discoveries believed in Jesus and the Bible: Johann Kepler discovered how planets orbit the sun; Blaise Pascal invented a calculating machine; and Robert Boyle provided the foundation for modern chemistry.