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The Wife of Paul Washer believes that her faith in God has freed her from life’s burdens

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Even after more than a decade as a missionary, Paul Washer’s wife, Charo Washer, felt empty. It all changed when she understood that doing nice things out of obligation rather than desire wasn’t being a Christian.
Even after observing these things, Paul remained patient and awaited her confession. He eventually assisted her in reconciling with God.

Charo Washer believes she was saved by God

The evangelist’s wife felt hollow even after serving as a missionary for 12 years. All of her good deeds were merely items to cross off her to-do list. Her actions were not motivated by passion or a desire to make the world a better place.

She grew up in a home where she was taught the difference between good and wrong, and she hadn’t done anything wrong by the world’s standards. But she had done everything out of a sense of obligation and discipline. Because she lacked the will or heart to read God’s messages, Charo came to the conclusion that she was not a Christian.

When Paul gave sermons or preached in churches, Charo was always by his side. She expressed her feelings about not being a true Christian to her husband one day, which led to the evangelist guiding her through the gospel and evidence-based texts.

He walked her through the Book of 1 John, the first of the Johannine epistles of the New Testament and the fourth of the catholic epistles, and showed her that there is no middle ground in 1 John; you either pass or fail.

She thanked God and the glory of God for preserving her when she felt she couldn’t conquer her difficulties in her testimony. She was also grateful to God for showing her how to follow God with all of her heart and soul, which relieved her of all her burdens.
As a missionary, Paul Washer met his wife.

Paul worked as a missionary in Peru, where he met Charo, another street kid pastor. They were set out in the heat of the war, when one had to travel across the wilderness without basic conveniences.

Paul talked about how he met his wife during a Q&A session with students. His precise words were as follows:

“I met my wife when she was young, and we ministered to street kids in the middle of the war, bombs were blowing up, and you would come back with lice in your hair, and here’s this beautiful girl who would do this kind of thing. She loved the Lord. Her parents weren’t positive about her being a Christian, and without being rebellious, she stood. She was a devoted person, and I fell in love with her, and I really fell in love with that.”

Paul Washer believed it was God’s will for him to marry Charo

When Paul went to ask her for marriage, his father-in-law turned him down. He was 31 years old, a believer, and a missionary. He claimed that because his father-in-law was not a Christian, the wedding proposal was rejected. The preacher, on the other hand, believed that if God wanted him to have her as a lover, he would overcome this impediment.

With his father-in-permission, law’s he eventually married her, trusting God’s will.

The evangelist and his wife have a family of six children, two males and two daughters, after 28 years of marriage. HeartCry Missionary Society was founded by Paul, and Charo works as a volunteer in the organization’s photography department.