One must be born again to enter the Kingdom of God
John 3:3 (ASV)
3Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except one be born anew, he cannot see the kingdom of God.
When a mill worker shared a tract with Walter, a friend of Fred Mitchell's, he could not have imagined that it would lead the conversation to both of them. After reading the tract together, Fred and Walter sought the mill worker and received further enlightenment on what they have read. On the same day, they gave their lives to Christ!
John Noble was dying of starvation in prison and was yet unsaved, but as his bodily suffering peaked and he sensed death knocking, John accepted at last; that only through Jesus could he truly be saved from suffering. And with his will fully broken, John welcomed Christ's will for his life and the result for him was priceless salvation.
Brother Palmer met with a lady,—said to be a most successful soul-winner—so he could hear her story. While nursing her sick sister, she picked a copy of the Gideon's Bible to ready out of boredom but as she did, the words, "Ye must be born again" stayed with her. And it was on that same day that she moved from death unto life.