"In the 1970s, the late David Watson described how in speaking at an English university he had talked to one girl who had the reputation as 'the toughest girl in the university.' She had slept around freely and taken every drug on the campus. Outwardly she didn't care about anything and seemed quite hardened against the Christian faith. He recounted how, after one of his evangelistic talks, she came up to him, smoking a cigarette, to say that she had trusted Christ as her Savior and Lord. His immediate reaction: 'Time will tell.'
The next night she returned and he hardly recognized her as being the same person. She told how she'd spent most of the day crying. For years, she explained, in spite of her toughness and hardness, she felt deeply guilty. No one would have guessed it, but on that Sunday night all her guilt had been coming out and she was overwhelmed by the love of Jesus. She could not really believe that He loved her and had died for her and had taken away her sins. She found it incredible that God would forgive all her wickedness and keep no record of her wrongs."
-Alistair Begg, What Angels Wish They Knew