Last week, Feucht recovered the guitar, as it was found at a pawn shop five days after being stolen. According to Feucht, it was traded for drugs and then sold to the store.
“🚨BREAKING NEWS🚨 MAN WHO STOLE MY GUITAR GETS WRECKED BY GOD’S LOVE!!🙏🏽,” Feucht posted on Instagram.
While Feucht’s friend, Dean, was doing street ministry in Spokane, Washington, he encountered a man named Zach, who confessed to breaking into Feucht’s car and stealing his guitar.
“Dean was doing street ministry…when he ran into Zach who confessed to breaking into my car and stealing my guitar,” Feucht wrote. “He began showing videos of me leading worship and Zach began to repent and ask forgiveness 😭🙏🏽.”
Feucht said, “ONLY GOD CAN WRITE A STORY LIKE THIS! He takes what the enemy meant for evil and turns it around!”
Concluding his post, Feucht shared that he is inviting Zach to his “Let Us Worship” event in Spokane next month, so that Feucht and his team “can pray over him and celebrate God’s divine redemption. Pray that Zach surrenders His life to Jesus and story will be complete!!”
Feucht told ChurchLeaders that “God ALWAYS writes the best stories. Only he can bring redemption out of a situation just like this.”
“Although I had to pay thousands of dollars to get my car fixed and buy the guitar back from a pawn shop, it will all be worth it if Zach surrenders his life to Jesus,” he said.