Does Evangelist Jekalyn Carr Have The Life Experience To Be Doing These Types Of “testimonies”?
Y'all know Evangelist Jekalyn Carr is one of my favorites in the Gospel Entertainment world. This Is My Winning Season is my go-to anthem. Jekalyn Carr is not your typical teenaged girl. At the tender age of 20, she is a highly anointed Evangelist, minister and national recording artist that is taking the gospel music industry by storm. Her current CD My Winning Season made its debut at the top of Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums.
People that have heard Jekalyn can testify that she sings every song with a heartfelt conviction that resonates with the listener. This is evident with her hit song, "It's My Winning Season". Not only is this song getting strong airplay but it is changing people’s lives around the world.
In this interview Jekalyn talks about her ministry, protecting her anointing, and so much more. Well, some on social media are questioning here testimony with Cliffton Davis in the above interview, saying that she's much too young for such a powerful testimony. So that got me to thinking, as Christians do we ever consider the power of our own testimony? What about the lack of?
Each and every one of us has a story, and that is what a testimony is. But, what if your testimony doesn't line up with your life? Our testimony is the proof of the existence of something in our life – and as a Christian, we are showing the existence of God and His Authorship in our life. With that being said, can someone be too young for certain types of testimonies?