Testimonies

Triumph in Tough Times

By Marcos Medina

It has always been the desire of my heart to be part of a well-known pharmaceutical company. This became a reality in February 2010 and has really been a tremendous blessing. However, in September a bombshell dropped. As a result of an unsatisfactory company performance, its subsidiary in Australia decided to cut the workforce, creating massive panic among the employees. Initially I was also disturbed, but the Lord spoke to my spirit that it is His will for us to be Overcomers and Conquerors! Problems can either break us or promote us, and during time I had the choice of wallowing up in sadness and self-pity or overflowing in Joy - I chose the latter.

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Thank You Lord

by Christoffel Troskie

Oh Lord, to Thee in love I raise
My grateful heart in ceaseless praise;
To Thee I come, too Thee I sing,
To Thee my life,  my all I bring;
Oh Lord, may all I have be Thine,
For all Thou hast thru Christ is mine.

And as Thy gifts so full and free
Flow from Thy throne and rest on me,
Let not their wonder catch my view
Or turn my heart from worship true;
I want not gifts to take Thy place
But thru each one to see Thy face.

Behind each blessing help me see
Oh Lord, my Father, only Thee;
In love for Thee I want to live,
Not seeking wealth or paths of ease
But only Thee each day to please.

This will not pay the debt I owe
Yet in a measure it will show.
A true "thank you" than words can say;
So Lord, to Thee I humbly pray
That thru life's journey I shall be
A living "thank you" unto Thee.
 

Never the Same

by Joshua Clark

You might have heard people say how much their lives have changed for the better since they found GOD. For me, it is definitely TRUE!

For years I was what you might call a ‘fake’ Christian. I believed that God existed but my mind wasn’t on Him. I would try to understand the bible, give tithes and attend church every week. But my thoughts were very negative. Therefore I became depressed and stored up a lot of anger inside. Consequently, my family relationship suffered and I even got into a lot of trouble with the law.

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He Never Changed

by Ruhia Jones

17 years ago, I asked Jesus into my life to be my Lord and Savior. I loved it, and within a few weeks I became a bible- believing, tongue-talking Christian. A couple of months later, I was baptised!!! At the time, baptism for me was a real serious decision-- I either go all-out for God, or “jump off the wagon” now. Thankfully, even though I didn't understand much of what I was doing,

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To God be the Glory

By Rudy Susanto

Ec 2:14a  The wise man’s eyes are in his head, but the fool walks in darkness.

I was born in a small town called Muntok in Bangka Island. Bangka is one of the small islands just east of Sumatra amongst over 18,000 islands in Indonesia. As most of the Chinese in Indonesia, my parents practiced ancestral worship. I remembered holding incense sticks in front of the altar filled with food for the gods and prayed to my grandparent for protection and blessing. We did it to show respect to our ancestors and did not know at that time that we were actually worshipping the devil.

Although they were not Christians, my parents enrolled their children in a Catholic school. It was the only proper primary school in Muntok at that time. Once a week, some of my classmates would line up in front of the class and walked together with the teacher to a church located next to the school. As a 6-year-old, I was confused as to why I was not allowed to join them. “You are not a Catholic”, I was told. “They must been a very special people”, I thought to myself.

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