by Moody Adams Annie Lobért, "a former sex trafficked teen, prostitute, call girl and stripper, will be in a new three-part series reality show about helping prostitutes on the street and bringing them to Jesus Christ."
During a vacation from her job, one night "I actually sold myself with my girlfriend to some Japanese clients and I became a prostitute." She wasn't happy with $3.47 an hour any longer "once I found out that I could make hundreds.”
Once when she had an overdose of coke, "I went blind and I felt like this demonic presence just come over me... I knew it was over. And I saw my family, I saw my funeral, and I was in the coffin. And everybody was crying. They were wiping their faces, and they were saying, 'She was just a prostitute."
That's when she cried out, "Jesus, please save me. . . I don't want to die." The ambulance arrived, and the doctor told her if God was not with her she would have died with so much drugs in her system. "And I knew that Jesus heard my prayer. And I laid there and I had this peace come over me, that was nothing like I had ever felt in my entire life. I knew God gave me a second chance."
Jesus Christ has the miraculous power to deliver the lowest of sinners, "As many as received Him, to them gave he Power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on His name" (John 1:12).
Today, Annie is working to win other prostitutes to Jesus.