God delivered David from the homosexual lifestyle and preserved him through two brain aneurysms.
God delivered David from the homosexual lifestyle. God used a Christian who ran a gym—a man who simply left informative Christian newsletters at the exit and entrance. These articles prompted David to read his Bible, and God delivered David and gave him a peace that passes all understanding. Now, God has not only delivered him from the gay lifestyle, but He’s preserved David through two brain aneurysms. David is still going strong; he’s thankful to God for His endless mercy.
David’s Christian Testimony
Without God, live means nothing. Victoria discovered that—I hope you do too.
Victoria’s brief Christian testimony demonstrates that without God, our lives are meaningless.
Victoria’s Christian Testimony
God’s miracles can change our lives. But if we seek miracles to strengthen our faith, we’ll likely be disappointed.
Sometimes God catches our attention with a crazy, life-changing miracle. But such miracles . . .
. . . are almost never repeated. If we seek for the same experience, we will spend our lives in fruitless wandering and we will be disappointed. God’s path for us is a journey. He generally does not revisit past experiences (those we tuck away in our memories of faith) but He leads us forward into a life of faith where we cling to His promises and seek His Son, Jesus Christ. And as we seek Him, we will have future experiences that are equally faith-building. But life is not most lived in these experiences; it is most lived in the in-between times.
A Life-Changing Experience
Imagine if you had financial troubles, marriage problems, children on drugs—would you still trust God? Cheryl’s story.
Cheryl has been put through the fire. God’s saints often experience such trials. Cheryl dealt with financial difficulties; God brought her through. She suffered through severe marital challenges; God healed her marriage. She watched her son get strung out on drugs and stay on them for twenty years; God healed him of his addictions. Cheryl is still praising God through all of it. Amazing. Let’s hope we have such strong faith when faced with life’s trials—trials that are guaranteed to come.
Cheryl’s Christian Testimony
Continue to seek God even when times are tough—He will hear your prayers. Check out Laudia’s testimony.
Sometimes it feels as if we’re alone in this world. But as Laudia points out, God honors our prayers when we sincerely seek Him. We can all learn Laudia’s example. Even when times are tough, even when we don’t know why things seem to be going poorly—even then—we need to continue to pray, seek, and ask God for His help. He will be faithful.
Laudia’s Christian Testimony
People can make us feel like crap. Fortunately, God always accepts us for who we are. A poem about being a child of God.
People have a tendency to be cruel. People can make us feel like we’re nobody. People can ridicule us, tease us, bully us, walk all over us . . . but we have someone who always sees us for who we really are—Jesus Christ. He loves us and He shows no partiality. Rachel’s poem reminds us that it’s only God’s view of us that really matters.
When God wants to get our attention, He’ll do so—in astonishing ways. Check out John’s testimony.
John, like Israel in the Old Testament, had a bad habit of forgetting that God was there for him. Even when God performed an unquestionable miracle in John’s life, he continued running from God. But God’s patience and persistence typically outlasts our stubbornness, as it did in this case.
John’s Christian Testimony
A testimony about how God brought Richard out of a gay lifestyle.
This is probably the world’s shortest Christian testimony, but it still shows that Jesus Christ changes lives.
Richard’s Christian Testimony
Are you at the end of your rope? Ready to give up on life? Read this powerful testimony of deliverance.
Kenneth lived a life of hard-core drugs and violence. Living his life for the Jesus of the Bible was not in his plans. But God has a way of finding and setting free those who are at the end of their rope . . .
I took a gun and went to a riverbank in Texas. It was there on a hot sunny day that I would take my last breath. On that clear sunny day, with blue skies, I knelt down against a tree and lifted the gun up. As I went to pull the trigger . . .
Kenneth’s Christian Testimony
A Christian testimony about overcoming a lifestyle of bisexuality.
OK. This is a really short testimony but that doesn’t make it any less powerful. We often allow ourselves to give in to sin, which then establishes a solid foothold in our lives. When we seek God (and sometimes even when we don’t) and He intervenes, only then will we be able to leave that sin behind for good. Sexual sin, drug addiction, gambling . . . these sorts of sins can dominate our lives and make us feel hopeless. But God can alter the course we’re traveling—and He enjoys doing it. See how he caught Francisco’s attention.
Francisco’s Christian Testimony