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What Is Your Testimony?

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    I loved the video. My testimony is simple, but it changed my life at the age of eleven. I have now been saved 54 years. I am just a sinner saved by Grace. Thank you, connie from Texas


  2. WOW! This is the first itme to your blog, via Cherish the Home. I’m in tears. I would love to post this on my blog. Would you mind?
    My cardboard testimony would be:
    “Insecure Imposter…Confident child of the King!”


  3. Constance says:

    I grew up, raised by a single mom. I was dying for attention from my biological father who was not a big part of my life. My paternal grandmother and her alcoholic husband were nearby and she watched me before and after school so I was around a lot of dysfnction.

    By the time I was a teenager, I was in an iappropriate relationship and was pregnant at 16, we married, I had my beautiful daughter Jennifer who is now 30 and was a single Mom by the time I was 18. I was still looking for attention and affection so I led what could best be described as a “loose” lifestyle, lots of sex and alcohol. I married a guy I was dating because I was afraid that My ex-husband would win custody of my daughter. My new husband and I had a daughter together, Jessica and we divorced after he ran off with another woman. I was saved shortly before our marriage ended.

    Flash forward to today… I have been incredibly blessed by a loving Heavenly Ftaher who has taught me what real Father Love is! I am married to the Love of my Life for nearly 22 years and we have 2 children of our own. God has “turned my mourning into dancing” and “restored what the locusts have eaten”. He has healed me and made me healthy and whole and my relationship with my biological father and I has been restored!

    he is indeed, Mighty To Save!


  4. I could only watch a couple of minutes. I was crying my eyes out!



  5. Thank you so much for sharing this. So powerful.


  6. I was sexually promiscuious as a teen and young adult due to growing up in foster homes and being molested by my uncle.

    I now give my body and my life as a living sacrafice for God’s glory.

    The Lord is worthy to be praised.


  7. Anonymous says:

    Grew up in an emotionally distant home. Gave my life to Christ at 14…all of my siblings were saved (3) around the same time. Tried drugs and almost had sex, due to being starved from never hearing the words “I love you”. Divorced parents who later both remarried others…both got saved shortly before their deaths (one from alcoholism, the other from lung cancer..smoking). In a 23 year christian marriage with 3 kids ;).


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