Someone Cares!

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A tract based on the life of Charles Weigle composer of the song, “No One Ever Cared For Me Like Jesus.”

Someone Cares!It was in the town of Lafayette, Indiana, November 20, 1871 when Charles Weigle joined the twelve-member family of a German baker and his wife. As Charles grew, it became obvious that he had a bad temper, a temper so violent that his parents were concerned that eventually, he would go to prison. Just how bad was his temper? By the time he was twelve years old he was fighting with his brothers and neighbor boys. One time Charles was having trouble with an older brother when he seriously cut him with a knife. Another time he did not like how a neighbor boy played so he knocked him down with a baseball bat. Then there was the incident while in a parade and ringing a bell, another young fellow did not like the crowd Charles was with so he told him to put the bell down. He did put down the bell, but it was on the head of the complaining fellow who went home to recuperate afterwards. What happened to Charles for doing that? For that, his parents severely punished him.
One night in a small church, Charles was sitting on a rear seat during a revival preaching service. As he listened to the message, the Holy Spirit of God brought him under deep conviction. In his heart, Charles thought that there was no hope for him until he finally yielded to God and confessed his sin. Of this experience Charles later said, “I was convicted and condemned, and confessed my guilt to Almighty God. There seemed no hope for me. My sins towered up before me.. . . . .

This is a 6-page tract printed on 20# paper and, when folded, has a finished size of approximately 3.5″ x 5.”

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