Evangelism

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My Testimony

In the year of 1981 my life changed for the better. Before then my soul was on its way to Hell. I a life of unconcerned for what was to happen to my life and others.
I remember the day of my salvation; I can say that without making the choice to change for the better I could well not be here to tell this story. When God begin to chase you and speak to you about your sin and show you your sinful ways. Nothing you do is enjoyable anymore. As I can remember I was living with my boyfriend and pregnant with my daughter at the age of 26years old. Very lived unhappy and he was out doing what he was doing living in a sinful lifestyle. About 3a m in the morning on a Sunday, being pregnant and alone I watched T.V. and there was a program on as I sat on my couch there was preacher name Jimmy straggler, preaching his heart out and I began to watch the program. As the programs continue and I listen my heart began to open. I heard the voice speak I am the lord my sheep know my voice.at that moment Jimmy Straggler said if you want to be save put your hand on the screen with mine and repeat the sinful prayer. I did as he said and my life has never been the same, I felt the Holy Spirit all over me, tears flowed for hours, from that time until how I am a saved woman and live for the…...

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