Tuesday, December 30, 2008
Who remember those "Testimony Sunday Service" where you get the chance to share with your fellow brother and sisters the things God has been doing in your life or the life of someone you loved? Have the saints of God stop giving "Personal Testimonies" on Sunday morning, if so why? Each day we wake up that's a testimony in itself. I am from the (First Missionary Baptist) traditional baptist church and I don't recall many testimonies during my early years. But I do remember visiting the COGIC on many of Sundays and you're sure to here from some sister or brother who had a testimony. I believe testimonies are very important because they offers others hope when it may seems hopeless. Testimonies help others who might be on the verge of giving up. With the crisis we are facing now we need to start encouraging each other more. The latest pew poll out say more people are turning to the church for hope and solutions. The church might not have the answer but at least we can point them toward the One who does.Once upon a time giving your testimony in church was encourage. What ever happen to encouraging the saints to hang on in their? Have we adopted the New Age way of thinking were any thing good that happens to me I did it. Has Satan robed us of a chance to tell someone that He did it for me He can do it for you? There's nothing like sitting in a service and here someone say He saved me, delivered me and set me free. Here are some clips of people giving their testimonies.