Brandon Duncan just sent in his testimony and I liked it. So here it is. It’s a clear demonstration of our God’s immense grace.
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.
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.
This is a truly amazing testimony (my humble opinion). David led a life of drugs, crime, gangs, women . . . he was incarcerated time after time and racked up the felonies and misdemeanors. Finally, after attempting suicide and committing so many crimes, he was incarcerated again. Now, he’s currently in prison. But God has turned his life around he’s leading a Bible study in prison. As crazy as it sounds, he believes that God placed him there in order that he might completely surrender his life to God and carry out God’s Word. Wow!
Thilini’s Christian testimony is short but powerful. It describes how God delivered her from years of depression and emotional trauma. Our God is mighty to save!
We love receiving new testimonies and here’s yet another! This person didn’t include their name, so I can’t say whose testimony this is, but I love it anyway because it shows how Jesus is interested in all the tiny details of our lives. When we trust Him, he orchestrates life for our good.
Darlington W. Gbee got involved in Mormonism in 1996. In 2002, he trained to become a missionary and began serving in Nigeria. But as he witnessed to people, and they asked him questions that he could not answer, he began to seriously investigate his faith. After much personal research, he found Mormonism to be a religion based on fraud and lies.
Often, as we go through life, we see people that have something that we want. We may not be able to pinpoint what it is that they have, but we know we want it. Jason had a crush on a woman (or two) that knew Jesus. When reading a small pamphlet one night detailing God’s plan of salvation, he finally realized that Jesus was “the thing” the women had that he wanted.
Reshmi’s testimony starts like this:
I was born and raised a Hindu. My mother was a very devout Hindu woman and her faith instilled in us a strong belief in God. I grew up, earnestly believing in the gods that my religion offered and never found a reason to look beyond my religion.
When Reshmi’s gods didn’t answer her prayers, she turned to the Jesus of the Bible. And guess what? He did answer her prayers. Not to say that Jesus always gives us what we want. But He does let us know that He’s there. If we seek Him, we find Him. He makes Himself known to us and we can walk with Him from day to day. Find out how Reshmi found Jesus by clicking on the link below.
In 10th grade, Lucille suffered through a time of severe depression. She cut herself. She lashed out at others. She didn’t believe she deserved happiness. In her words, “10th grade almost took my life completely away.” The following is her story of how she made it through this time and found contentment and fulfillment in Jesus Christ. Click the link below to read her testimony.