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[ Testimony ] Testimony or Testimonies?

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This section of the Christian Forum always bothers me. The reason is that as I check down the page I see prayer requests and a few praise reports, but a testimony is rare. Perhaps the praise reports are testimonies? Some certainly are. I saw one about how a girl friend got Baptized. That is awesome and could be either a testimony or a praise report., but praise might be where I would put it. Another had a song or poem and it was certainly a praise report, but I got the feeling there was more to the post. Perhaps some testimony was behind the praise?

I like the praise reports! And I think people should ask for prayer! But isn't God doing things, like answering the prayers? What is causing the praise? Shouldn't we get testimonies also? We never seem to, and I for one like to hear about what God is doing, and especially the incredible things.


The Lord asked me to take a class at my church. I don't like doing that. I should but I don't. The church was asking that everyone helping in healing ministries take the class. They used to not require a class. Then they required one class, and the Lord had me take that class, though I was already in a healing ministry. Then they added a second class, and again the Lord asked me to go. So there I was.

The class finished early, so the teacher asked if anyone needed healing, and a lady did ask for healing. So a number of other ladies gathered round the person needing prayer and prayed. I didn't. I'm not a lady. Yet the Lord started talking to me. 'Oh, no' I thought to myself. If He starts talking He has a plan, and somehow it is going to involve me. I don't need it, but I am probably going to do it. After all He is the Lord.

He had pointed out a certain lady and told me something about her and healing. Now He was asking me to go over and ask her to join the other ladies praying. 'I'm thinking, couldn't He just tell her,' but I went over and suggested she join the ladies praying and she did. Then the Lord started talking to me about giving advice to the ladies praying, like I have often done while leading prayer in the healing ministry. 'Leading prayer' does not mean you need to pray but rather that you lead people in their prayers. Many don't understand that. I used to be a retail manager and that didn't mean I ran the register. It meant I got people to run the register. That is what it means to lead.

So I went over close to the ladies praying. I wasn't running the class, so it seemed uncomfortable to me. Never-the-less, that was what I was hearing. The Lord always seems to have these ideas that take you out of your comfort zone. So the ladies finished praying and I knew from experience that we need to find out how the person being prayed for was. So I stepped in and ask on a scale of one to ten, how was hear pain, to which she answered that it had been a nine and was now a five.

I figured as much. Otherwise the Lord would have had me step in. So I told the ladies praying that the Lord is faithful to finish what He starts (the Scriptures explain this and the Lord had reminded me of all this many times in the healing ministry) So I told the ladies to ask the Lord if He would be willing to finish the healing now. After all, the pain improving is nice, but we want it to completely go away. More prayer was needed. And I had also heard the person being prayed for saying she felt she needed alignment. You find the Word of God in your heart and one your lips, so when praying for others you often get the instruction for how to pray off their lips. I explained this to the ladies praying and told them to pray into the alignment. And so off they went praying again, and God showed up greater and the lady reported being completely healed.

Now that was a nice testimony!!

Shouldn't we be seeing more of them? Should we be hearing about more of them? Shouldn't this section have at least as many testimonies as it has prayer requests?

I am the guy that tends to say, "Why me God?" When He asks me to do things. I am more like that son that first says, 'No, I am not going to do it,' then go ahead and does it. And yet I have hundreds of testimonies like the above. I show up here or there, like the Lord says. Then He starts talking and gets me to do things, and the next thing I know He has performed some great thing in someone's life.

It's awesome and certainly people should know about it. And, I guess I should understand. He had to tell me several times to just come and write on this. I should be even more excited, but why couldn't He have just told the others and let me stay home? Isn't that what we do when we see the great things the Lord does and not tell others about it? We just kind of stay home with our testimonies!
 

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This section of the Christian Forum always bothers me. The reason is that as I check down the page I see prayer requests and a few praise reports, but a testimony is rare. Perhaps the praise reports are testimonies? Some certainly are. I saw one about how a girl friend got Baptized. That is awesome and could be either a testimony or a praise report., but praise might be where I would put it. Another had a song or poem and it was certainly a praise report, but I got the feeling there was more to the post. Perhaps some testimony was behind the praise?

I like the praise reports! And I think people should ask for prayer! But isn't God doing things, like answering the prayers? What is causing the praise? Shouldn't we get testimonies also? We never seem to, and I for one like to hear about what God is doing, and especially the incredible things.


The Lord asked me to take a class at my church. I don't like doing that. I should but I don't. The church was asking that everyone helping in healing ministries take the class. They used to not require a class. Then they required one class, and the Lord had me take that class, though I was already in a healing ministry. Then they added a second class, and again the Lord asked me to go. So there I was.

The class finished early, so the teacher asked if anyone needed healing, and a lady did ask for healing. So a number of other ladies gathered round the person needing prayer and prayed. I didn't. I'm not a lady. Yet the Lord started talking to me. 'Oh, no' I thought to myself. If He starts talking He has a plan, and somehow it is going to involve me. I don't need it, but I am probably going to do it. After all He is the Lord.

He had pointed out a certain lady and told me something about her and healing. Now He was asking me to go over and ask her to join the other ladies praying. 'I'm thinking, couldn't He just tell her,' but I went over and suggested she join the ladies praying and she did. Then the Lord started talking to me about giving advice to the ladies praying, like I have often done while leading prayer in the healing ministry. 'Leading prayer' does not mean you need to pray but rather that you lead people in their prayers. Many don't understand that. I used to be a retail manager and that didn't mean I ran the register. It meant I got people to run the register. That is what it means to lead.

So I went over close to the ladies praying. I wasn't running the class, so it seemed uncomfortable to me. Never-the-less, that was what I was hearing. The Lord always seems to have these ideas that take you out of your comfort zone. So the ladies finished praying and I knew from experience that we need to find out how the person being prayed for was. So I stepped in and ask on a scale of one to ten, how was hear pain, to which she answered that it had been a nine and was now a five.

I figured as much. Otherwise the Lord would have had me step in. So I told the ladies praying that the Lord is faithful to finish what He starts (the Scriptures explain this and the Lord had reminded me of all this many times in the healing ministry) So I told the ladies to ask the Lord if He would be willing to finish the healing now. After all, the pain improving is nice, but we want it to completely go away. More prayer was needed. And I had also heard the person being prayed for saying she felt she needed alignment. You find the Word of God in your heart and one your lips, so when praying for others you often get the instruction for how to pray off their lips. I explained this to the ladies praying and told them to pray into the alignment. And so off they went praying again, and God showed up greater and the lady reported being completely healed.

Now that was a nice testimony!!

Shouldn't we be seeing more of them? Should we be hearing about more of them? Shouldn't this section have at least as many testimonies as it has prayer requests?

I am the guy that tends to say, "Why me God?" When He asks me to do things. I am more like that son that first says, 'No, I am not going to do it,' then go ahead and does it. And yet I have hundreds of testimonies like the above. I show up here or there, like the Lord says. Then He starts talking and gets me to do things, and the next thing I know He has performed some great thing in someone's life.

It's awesome and certainly people should know about it. And, I guess I should understand. He had to tell me several times to just come and write on this. I should be even more excited, but why couldn't He have just told the others and let me stay home? Isn't that what we do when we see the great things the Lord does and not tell others about it? We just kind of stay home with our testimonies!
I would say for you to continue to post your testimonies and hopefully others will follow. there is the fact that some may not know the pull down menu has a selection. none the less if one wants to testify of the glorious things of Christ they will. you may be correct in your statement that they feel praise is the testimony. I would do what you feel is right for you. others will see that the testimony is under "testimony" and they will post the same.
I my self have 30 plus years of testimonies. I have a testimony every day or two or 10 some people do not or they don't realize they do. Everyday being alive is a testimony for me. but it would be crazy to post it everyday. you know where im going with this? Let the Holy Ghost move people brother. No matter what we write, it will not change anything unless the holy Ghost is involved with the person who is reading it. Just my opinion on your post, I love testimonies, it is one of the greatest gifts we have to evangelize with.
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I have a testimony every day
Yeah, we know the Lord who said He would never leave us, then we should have some type of testimony everyday. Of course some are better than others, but because He is God you should have things of God [which alone make them incredible things] every day. So how is it we keep from talking about them?

Let the Holy Ghost move people brother
Yeah, we need to let the Holy Ghost move in our lives, but then again the Spirit of God is always on the move!! I can't even stop that if I wanted! But I can ignore it, turn the other way, and try to tell myself God is not there. So I really and not saying, "Let the Holy God move", but rather "pay attention to the move of the Spirit".

No matter what we write, it will not change anything unless the holy Ghost is involved with the person who is reading it
Yeah - except that Jesus said He "stands at the door and knocks and if anyone hears His voice and opens the door He will come into them..." So the Holy Spirit is involved with the person!!! Perhaps if a person who is ignoring the Lord reads a testimony they will open their ears up to the Lord and stop ignoring Him.

I like your post Redwords lou, but do we sometimes give the impression that people have to wait for the Great I Am to someday show up? I think we need to give people the impression that the Great I Am [Jesus Christ] is there trying to get through to them so that all they have to do is seek Him for themselves. Then indeed, everyday they will have a testimony.

I was in a class at church yesterday. I had been telling my Lord that I was not going to say anything in the class. I just wanted to be quiet and last out the class. I heard Him ask me, "Karl, do you think you can really just sit there the whole class and not get involved?" I told Him that I was going to try.

I did try and thought I was doing pretty good at it. Yet as the class was coming to an end the people were discussing God in all kinds of ways, but none were discussing Him and someone who was always with them. There were not testimonies, just a lot of people giving their opinion as to what the Bible meant and what they should do accordingly. That's all fine but nobody seem to actually be hearing Him and doing things they personally told them. So finally I had to speak up.

It was a class on ministry, and I just had to tell the people that when I minister it means I listen to the Lord and the very specific instructions He has for me and to that. So while someone was saying we should pray all night for a person, I was saying we listen to the Lord while we pray so that we pray as He says and that includes finishing our prayer when He tells us to stop - and He will tell you when to start, how to pray, and when to stop - but who is listening?

I'll tell you who is listening - it's the person that knows Him as the great I Am, not the great He will show up when He wants.

So I testified that He was there to be heard from to the class! And He was right. I couldn't keep my mouth shut when it comes to Him. I can stop telling people that He is indeed there and moving in our midst. So the question is not whether our Lord is there or is moving, the question we asks concerns 'Who has ears to hear?"

Perhaps we have read about someone who was often asking people about having ears to hear? Perhaps we can testify about Him?
 
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Yeah, we know the Lord who said He would never leave us, then we should have some type of testimony everyday. Of course some are better than others, but because He is God you should have things of God [which alone make them incredible things] every day. So how is it we keep from talking about them?



Yeah, we need to let the Holy Ghost move in our lives, but then again the Spirit of God is always on the move!! I can't even stop that if I wanted! But I can ignore it, turn the other way, and try to tell myself God is not there. So I really and not saying, "Let the Holy God move", but rather "pay attention to the move of the Spirit".



Yeah - except that Jesus said He "stands at the door and knocks and if anyone hears His voice and opens the door He will come into them..." So the Holy Spirit is involved with the person!!! Perhaps if a person who is ignoring the Lord reads a testimony they will open their ears up to the Lord and stop ignoring Him.

I like your post Redwords lou, but do we sometimes give the impression that people have to wait for the Great I Am to someday show up? I think we need to give people the impression that the Great I Am [Jesus Christ] is there trying to get through to them so that all they have to do is seek Him for themselves. Then indeed, everyday they will have a testimony.

I was in a class at church yesterday. I had been telling my Lord that I was not going to say anything in the class. I just wanted to be quiet and last out the class. I heard Him ask me, "Karl, do you think you can really just sit there the whole class and not get involved?" I told Him that I was going to try.

I did try and thought I was doing pretty good at it. Yet as the class was coming to an end the people were discussing God in all kinds of ways, but none were discussing Him and someone who was always with them. There were not testimonies, just a lot of people giving their opinion as to what the Bible meant and what they should do accordingly. That's all fine but nobody seem to actually be hearing Him and doing things they personally told them. So finally I had to speak up.

It was a class on ministry, and I just had to tell the people that when I minister it means I listen to the Lord and the very specific instructions He has for me and to that. So while someone was saying we should pray all night for a person, I was saying we listen to the Lord while we pray so that we pray as He says and that includes finishing our prayer when He tells us to stop - and He will tell you when to start, how to pray, and when to stop - but who is listening?

I'll tell you who is listening - it's the person that knows Him as the great I Am, not the great He will show up when He wants.

So I testified that He was there to be heard from to the class! And He was right. I couldn't keep my mouth shut when it comes to Him. I can stop telling people that He is indeed there and moving in our midst. So the question is not whether our Lord is there or is moving, the question we asks concerns 'Who has ears to hear?"

Perhaps we have read about someone who was often asking people about having ears to hear? Perhaps we can testify about Him?
I get what your saying in all your points. I think that we see more in people than they actually see themselves, but I agree that a real testimony can be found daily and if there are none to hear we should testify, testimony is a key building block in leading people to Christ. I do want more testimonies. I love testimonies. Big or small.
 

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My personal testimony is boring... sorry but it's really a snooze factor of 11 on a scale of one to ten.

BUT

You can tell a lot about a person when they tell about some of their favorite Bible stories and the heroes that they focus on.

So I tell some of the fantastic Bible stories out of the scriptures about some of my favorite heroes.
Like Caleb, Elijah, and others...
 

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My testimony will be heard next Wednesday,.. it's partly a comedy act, but it's a really inspiring and touching story with what could end with the most beautiful ending to a story that I've ever heard in the longest time. :')
 

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For the record in case anybody else was wondering,.. my testimony in a nutshell is all about how friendship is such a beautiful gift that God has given us. :)
 

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For the record in case anybody else was wondering,.. my testimony in a nutshell is all about how friendship is such a beautiful gift that God has given us. :)
Amen sis, even without those that are our dearest friend(s), Jesus is our bestest friend ever! To have friends, true friends here on earth is as precious as the rarest stone!
 

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Amen sis, even without those that are our dearest friend(s), Jesus is our bestest friend ever! To have friends, true friends here on earth is as precious as the rarest stone!


Amen to that. I even told Layla that I value our friendship more than gold. :) That's the only reason I'm going on the show in the first place, she gave me a testimony and the courage to tell the story in the first place.
 

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Amen to that. I even told Layla that I value our friendship more than gold. :) That's the only reason I'm going on the show in the first place, she gave me a testimony and the courage to tell the story in the first place.
Praise Jesus sista!
 

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Btw, I do believe that next to free salvation, there is no greater gift that God could give us than friendship. It's a different kind of love story with me and Laya. We only met this past year but it already feels like we have known each other our whole entire lives and that we love each other as much as if we really shared the same flesh and blood. We are connected at the heart. :)
 

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I am a housewife that loves to share the word of God with others. I have been called by God as a teacher of the Bible and have had the privilege to teach in our local Prison Ministry by taking the word of God to those that are incarcerated and watching them being set free by the word of God as their lives were transformed by the power of God working in them and also through them to reach out to other inmates. I also have the privilege of taking the word of God and sharing it with various ministries across the world via the internet.

I received Jesus as my personal Savior back in 1972 when I was 17, but it would not be until 1997 that I would come under the realization of who Jesus really was and is in my life. Two failed marriages and a lot of years of self torment are what brought me back to really wanting to know Jesus in a way I have never known Him before.

I came out of an abusive marriage in 1988 which took away all my self esteem and left me feeling empty inside. Physical abuse will go away, but mental abuse stays with you forever as you truly never forget what you went through. I had God and my family, but so much was missing inside of me until I had to get to the place where I cried out to God and he heard me from the despairs of my heart.

I was going from Church to Church seeking anything from Gods word that would help me make sense of my life, but all I got was contradictions and mans interpretations of Gods word. I even had one Pastor pat me on the back and told me I was a strong person and I could handle what I was going through. A lot of help that was! I was becoming very suicidal in my thoughts, which I suppressed from everyone I knew. There had to be an answer and the more I sought through all these Churches and Pastors the more frustrated I got. I was just about to give up until I saw and ad in the newspaper for a Christian retreat near by and Christian music always gave me some comfort so I thought I would go check it out.

This was my do or die, literally, as while I was driving to the retreat I told God if things did not change for me by going to this I was going to take my own life on the way home. To make a long story short, on that July day in 1997 the Spirit of God fell on me during that weekend and it was there that I laid it all before the Lord. I gave him my hurts and pain. I gave him my anger and frustration. In turn he gave me his love, compassion, and a joy that overwhelmed me. God gave me his Spirit that filled my heart with such peace and showed me how to rely solely on him for everything in my life. Gods Spirit taught me to quit relying on others to teach me his word and get into the word for myself by allowing the Holy Spirit teach me all things I need to know so I would come into all truths through his word.

I praise Jesus for the wonderful works he is doing in me and through me to reach others with the Gospel of his grace and mercy by his Holy Spirit speaking through me as I strive to bring glory and honor to His name. God uses others to teach us, but we need to be careful for what we are being taught as truth only comes by the Holy Spirit confirming the teachings of others. I pray that this book will help break the yoke of bondage that you might be under and that Gods mercy and grace be overflowing in your life as you surrender all to him. God bless all of you as you search for truth in the word of God by allowing the Holy Spirit teach you and open your Spiritual eyes and ears to hear what the Spirit is speaking.

This scripture below is what I heard God speak to my heart that saved my life as now my life is in the life of Christ who dwells in my very soul.

Deuteronomy 28:13 And the LORD shall make thee the head, and not the tail; and thou shalt be above only, and thou shalt not be beneath; if that thou hearken unto the commandments of the LORD thy God, which I command thee this day, to observe and to do them.

 
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i seem to have been healed of AIDS/advanced HIV+. I tested + at age 20, in a private, for profit facility. They never offered treatment, never made a referral, there really was no intention of getting me treatment...they just saw a mess up from a (and I quote) "rinky dink middle class family" who'd be dead in a couple years. Besides, they were looking to get as much $$$ out of my parents+insurance as they could...and I later found out they tried to get my parents fired from their long-term jobs, because...psychiatry is really all about control, that and punishing people who "step out of line" and/or "don't know their place in society." true story.

anyway...I got very sick, very quickly, as predicted. I also stopped taking psych drugs, so I was "punished for non-compliance" and for trying to go back to college. 11 years ago, when I was 23, I was estimated to have about 6 months left to live, so people made my life --miserable-- when I tried going back to college. Me? I'd been electroshocked, but nobody told me I'd been electroshocked. I didn't find out until I got a brain scan...

after being assaulted, complete with a dude bashing me on the head with a pipe. ugh. I see now...scrawny gay dude with AIDS, rough urban area in the south...something was going to happen, but...

yeah. yeah. I ended up in the 2nd (and final!) hospital, where they did a lobotomy or some kinda operation. fun fact: I had a 95-105 IQ back then...somewhere from slightly above average to ever so slightly above average, plus I Had obvious brain damage. I'd started with a 120 IQ (bright).

rambling...so, I got saved 6 years ago, age 28. Still 0 treatment for HIV/AIDS, which kind of raises the obvious question: how was I alive? Now that I'm saved, I guess...God saw fit to spare me. Verna, my beloved Pentecostal friend, pointed out God's foreknowledge...she says He knew I would come to Christ and that my parents would see His work in my life, which will hopefully draw them nigh unto Him, too (I"m still praying on that one, btw).

OK. so, now, I'm 34. 6 years after getting saved, I'm -healthy-. I Mean...I was so sick, then I was a weakling and damaged, from my own sins and from having been so sick....now, I know what it means to be truly, genuinely, 110% healthy. I even have good skin. By "good skin," I mean I look a tad younger than my age, and I used to be ridiculously prematurely aged. I also have more energy, better concentration, and I even have a higher IQ estimate now. No one will tell me the exact # they're estimating, but...it seems that my intelligence has been restored, let's put it that way.

Matthew 11:28-30 comes to mind, here. There was no rest, in the world. I had AIDS...and i was ridiculed, attacked, lobotomized. I was poor...more ridicule, more pain. My parents were never going to forgive me for wasting their fund$ and my youth...

and now I think we're moving in that direction. By God's grace, we've definitely reconciled, and that's a miracle.

I got saved, things weren't (and aren't...) always easy, but...Jesus is unbelievably kind and merciful, and He's seen fit to spare me, save me, forgive me, and now...

I'm healthy. HIV+? I don't know. No one ever referred for treatment or even talked over treatment options with me, and now that I've been made healthy, as who I am now in Christ Jesus...

? I read over material about treatment, and it seems really expen$ive and really, really hard on the body. Plus...as I keep writing, over and over, I -am- healthy, and the "medical professionals" had less than 0 interest in my well-being when I was desperately, incredibly sick, so I'm kinda thinking...

Praise God! And...keep on keepin' on, rejoicing in each new day The Lord hath made. Something like that, anyway. :)
 

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I am a housewife that loves to share the word of God with others. I have been called by God as a teacher of the Bible and have had the privilege to teach in our local Prison Ministry by taking the word of God to those that are incarcerated and watching them being set free by the word of God as their lives were transformed by the power of God working in them and also through them to reach out to other inmates. I also have the privilege of taking the word of God and sharing it with various ministries across the world via the internet.

I received Jesus as my personal Savior back in 1972 when I was 17, but it would not be until 1997 that I would come under the realization of who Jesus really was and is in my life. Two failed marriages and a lot of years of self torment are what brought me back to really wanting to know Jesus in a way I have never known Him before.

I came out of an abusive marriage in 1988 which took away all my self esteem and left me feeling empty inside. Physical abuse will go away, but mental abuse stays with you forever as you truly never forget what you went through. I had God and my family, but so much was missing inside of me until I had to get to the place where I cried out to God and he heard me from the despairs of my heart.

I was going from Church to Church seeking anything from Gods word that would help me make sense of my life, but all I got was contradictions and mans interpretations of Gods word. I even had one Pastor pat me on the back and told me I was a strong person and I could handle what I was going through. A lot of help that was! I was becoming very suicidal in my thoughts, which I suppressed from everyone I knew. There had to be an answer and the more I sought through all these Churches and Pastors the more frustrated I got. I was just about to give up until I saw and ad in the newspaper for a Christian retreat near by and Christian music always gave me some comfort so I thought I would go check it out.

This was my do or die, literally, as while I was driving to the retreat I told God if things did not change for me by going to this I was going to take my own life on the way home. To make a long story short, on that July day in 1997 the Spirit of God fell on me during that weekend and it was there that I laid it all before the Lord. I gave him my hurts and pain. I gave him my anger and frustration. In turn he gave me his love, compassion, and a joy that overwhelmed me. God gave me his Spirit that filled my heart with such peace and showed me how to rely solely on him for everything in my life. Gods Spirit taught me to quit relying on others to teach me his word and get into the word for myself by allowing the Holy Spirit teach me all things I need to know so I would come into all truths through his word.

I praise Jesus for the wonderful works he is doing in me and through me to reach others with the Gospel of his grace and mercy by his Holy Spirit speaking through me as I strive to bring glory and honor to His name. God uses others to teach us, but we need to be careful for what we are being taught as truth only comes by the Holy Spirit confirming the teachings of others. I pray that this book will help break the yoke of bondage that you might be under and that Gods mercy and grace be overflowing in your life as you surrender all to him. God bless all of you as you search for truth in the word of God by allowing the Holy Spirit teach you and open your Spiritual eyes and ears to hear what the Spirit is speaking.

This scripture below is what I heard God speak to my heart that saved my life as now my life is in the life of Christ who dwells in my very soul.

Deuteronomy 28:13 And the LORD shall make thee the head, and not the tail; and thou shalt be above only, and thou shalt not be beneath; if that thou hearken unto the commandments of the LORD thy God, which I command thee this day, to observe and to do them.
Awesome Testimony , would love for you to share it on the radio, just one problem I am booked this month and April 1 my show is going to be done on TDC Radio exclusively. Now that being said I will have one night a week to schedule the testimony show. It is possible Robby Rob May have a slot open for this month. Then again you may want just share it here. I had a prison ministry for several years, preaching in a prison is a unique experience. I pray those that were saved are serving Christ Jesus this day! Keep on keepin on for Christ -RWL
 

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Awesome Testimony , would love for you to share it on the radio, just one problem I am booked this month and April 1 my show is going to be done on TDC Radio exclusively. Now that being said I will have one night a week to schedule the testimony show. It is possible Robby Rob May have a slot open for this month. Then again you may want just share it here. I had a prison ministry for several years, preaching in a prison is a unique experience. I pray those that were saved are serving Christ Jesus this day! Keep on keepin on for Christ -RWL




Wow, Robby Ray may say that five times fast. :eek2Anyways, I would really like to hear her speak as well. :yes
 

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