In Victoria’s words —
Shamans and “healers” alike can help solve one’s problems but they can never cure a soul. I remain with a strong conviction that only God can do it. He has redeemed me from three major burdens of my life — anger, resentment and solitude -– and filled in the emptiness in my heart. He has opened a new perspective in life for me and showed me its purpose.
Victoria’s Christian Testimony
Sometimes we head down the wrong path. But we still hear God calling. Sometimes we try to do the right thing. But the pleasures of the world draw us away from our Savior. No matter how far we stray though, God continues to call us to Himself. And it’s up to us, ultimately, to heed His call and return to righteousness.
Bruce’s Christian Testimony
Lisa spent many years filled with loneliness. After meeting Jesus, however, she came to realize that she had found a life-long companion and teacher.
Lisa’s Christian Testimony
Check out this short but powerful example of the life-changing power of Jesus Christ.
Raksha’s Christian Testimony
I have so many testimonies in queue it isn’t even funny. 100? More? They’re just sitting in my inbox, waiting for me to take action. I have testimonies, poems, articles from Tim (wow, I really miss Tim) . . . but as a teacher, husband and father with business ventures on the side as well, working on the site just hasn’t been on my priority list. I hope to make it a priority in 2017.
If you’ve sent in a poem or a testimony, well, I can’t tell you when I’ll get to it. But I’m really hoping to start doing God’s work (with truthsaves) again. It’s important for us to to carry out the Great Commission, whenever we have a chance. I have a chance and it’s time for me to start doing it.
Here’s Jikky’s story. His mom had cancer. The doctors said, “Sorry, it’s too late. Just try to make her comfortable.” Well, just like weather forecasters, sometimes doctors get it wrong. Isn’t it good to know that God’s in control?
Jikky’s Christian Testimony
It’s easy to forget (at least for me) how easy we have it sometimes. My life, although I’ve had some difficulties, has been pretty much cake. I have a good job, a healthy family, every possession I could possibly want (well, not everything!), a thriving church community and unbelievable, supportive friends. My kids have it pretty easy too. They’re healthy, have a good school, a supportive family, lots of play time, lots of toys, plenty of food . . .
Not everyone has it so easy. Vanessa certainly didn’t. From a young age she was rejected and abused. In her testimony she describes how she survived her childhood and teenage years and how Christ sought her out and gave her a new hope and a new life.
Amazing. Beautiful. Inspiring.
Vanessa’s Christian Testimony
When we come to a saving faith in Jesus Christ, we come to know the unreachable depths of His intense love for us.
That moment I believed and received Him, His indescribable peace and joy flooded me, and agape love entered into my being.
Celia’s Christian Testimony
Tammy’s story reveals the life-changing power of the Jesus of the Bible. Who else could turn around a life like this?
My name is: regret, shame, pain, dirty, angry, failure, hated, forgotten. My life is full of valleys, with no mountain in sight. I haven’t seen good in so long I’m not sure it still exists.
My Life Before Christ – Tammy’s Christian Testimony
I remember the long, slow walk to the elevator, and to the car. Not a word was spoken between my wife and I. Just before we got to the car I stopped. My wife looked at me and I said, “Well, you wanted babies. I guess we are having three!” My wife gave me a big hug, as if it was my decision to make. For some odd reason all I could think about is how selfish I would have been pointing to the monitor and saying, “Okay Doc, we’ll pick these two and you make this one go away.”
I did talk to God and the thought entered my mind, “This is not your decision to make; you make the wrong decision and I can take them all away.”
Todd & Lynn’s Journey to Faith
For years, decades, before I became a born again Christian, loneliness was my best friend. As the old saying goes, “with friends like this, you don’t need enemies.” Even when I was a sophomore in college, I had to admit that I was isolated from my fellow human beings. I took a course in adolescent psychology with Dr. Elizabeth Hurlock, who, in one lecture, described “the star isolate.” This type of personality might be someone who is popular, who excels, who has friends, and is generally gregarious; yet, he or she at a deep psychological level is isolated from other human beings. A similar problem was noted in Sylvia Plath’s book The Bell Jar. Sylvia was herself a poet who experienced a sense of isolation and intense torments of loneliness even though she was married. Eventually, she committed suicide.
Saved By Jesus From Dismal Loneliness and Fear