Christian Singer Praises Thief Who Stole Guitar For Giving 'Life to Jesus'


A Christian singer praised the thief who stole his guitar, revealing that he ended up giving his “life to Jesus” during one of his shows.

Sean Feucht shared in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter, that the man called Zach, who stole his guitar in June had been baptized during his show in Spokane, Washington, praising God for being “a REDEEMING GOD.”

“What was once lost has now been found,” Feucht wrote. “Zach who stole my guitar gave his life to Jesus and was baptized tonight in Spokane. Our God is a REDEEMING God.”

On June 22, Feucht shared that his car had been broken into and his guitar was stolen in Spokane.

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“It was my ’67 Ghallagher that was a gift from Ray Hughes,” Feucht wrote. “IRREPLACABLE!!! Pray for Justice. Pray for our family. Pray against these constant attacks.”

A week later, Feucht’s guitar was reportedly found at a pawn shop. One of his friends had bought it back after it was initially pawned for money for drugs, according to Church Leaders. Days after Feucht had shared how God had helped to recover his “IRREPLACABLE” guitar, the man who stole his guitar, Zach confessed to stealing it and asked for forgiveness with one of Feucht’s friends, according to the outlet.

“God writes the best stories,” Feucht wrote. “Zach gave his life to Jesus and was baptized because a BOLD CHURCH refused to back down. During a crisis they did not run, hide or make excuses, they called on God.”

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