Testimony Tuesday: Kindsey S.

“I just heard back from the doctor at Mayo clinic and he thinks you need to come back to the States for a bone marrow biopsy on your daughter.”

Testimony Tuesday: Caleb W

However, as you can imagine, it hasnโ€™t been all sunshine and rainbows. Because I belong to the King now, Satan knows that when I die Iโ€™m going to Heaven so he has to try and get me to be a bad example here on Earth. I have had to rely on Christ to help me stand against the temptations of Satan pertaining to some of the sins in my past. Iโ€™ve also had physical obstacles to overcome.

Testimony Tuesday: Charlotte H

In 1997, at the age of 25, my sister was diagnosed with breast cancer. She endured chemotherapy, radiation, and multiple surgeries. She was cancer-free for about six years. During this time, she started classes to receive her nurseโ€™s degree. However, cancer came back in her bones and lungs. For the next three years, she fought and endured chemotherapy again. She worked as a CNA on the mother and baby floor. She loved her job! However, she was slowly losing mobility in her left arm and hand due to radiation of the lymph nodes, so she had to quit her job. In May 2006, she was told that chemotherapy was no longer an option. Her body just had enough.

Testimony Tuesday : Katie A

And like an animal, I was willing to mangle myself as long as I could ensure my own survival. As if I could fight my way out of hell and climb high enough to ascend into heaven. What else could I do? God had abandoned me, and so I could either rot, or save myself. God did not find me valuable enough to waste the effort himself. If he did, why would he allow me to be subject to such crushing pain and agony? I must have lost his love and favor. I could not rely on him to take care of me. There would be no presents under the tree from him.

Testimony Tuesday: Giovanna V.

Can I trust God? Iโ€™d be lying if I said I hadnโ€™t asked myself that question over a million times. Walking by faith and not by sight is no easy task, and even though I grew up in a Christian home, itโ€™s something I still struggle with. Iโ€™ve always believed that โ€œGod will carry you through the stormโ€ (Isaiah 43:2) and Iโ€™ve heard countless testimonies that confirm that He will make good on His promises, but I lacked that one-on-one experience with God, which made it so hard to trust His word, to trust Him.

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