Pull up a chair – can I get you something to drink? I have coffee, tea, and lemonade. How are you today? It is a lovely sunny day here, with pleasant breezes carrying a hint of autumn. Early this morning my boys and I enjoyed peeking out our window to watch a little woodpecker pecking away on our playhouse out back. I’ve spent all morning cleaning out a closet full of clothes my boys have grown out of. I look forward to sharing them with my friends who have tiny boys. Thanks for coming by.
When I first sensed God directing me to create Women On God’s Mission, I knew the most important thing to share right away was my salvation testimony – how God has forgiven me through Jesus’ sacrifice in my place. My life isn’t about me – it’s about everything God has done for me, in me, and (when I live surrendered to Him) through me. HE is my mission. And HE daily gives me a mission to serve Him by serving others.
Are you certain of your position in Christ? Or are you haunted with doubts and fears about your future? If you are unsure where you stand with God, you can find the answers you’ve been hoping for. A great place to begin is by clicking on the link below.
” . . . if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. For with the heart one believes unto righteousness, and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.” Romans 10:9-10
If you believe in Jesus, God’s living Word, and confess Him as your Savior, would you please share below? May I refill your cup?
If you are unsure how to share your testimony, see *below. I realize many testimonies are lengthy, so if you just want to share a favorite verse and when/where you chose to answer God’s call, that will be perfectly fine. If you’ve never left a comment before, it’s simple. Just go down to the bottom of this post and click on “comments.” You can leave one anonymously if you don’t want anyone to know your name.
Looking forward to hearing how God wooed you to Himself. Your testimony will be an encouragement to me and all our sisters around the world. Thank you for visiting today! 🙂 I hope you come back again soon.
of faith.” So, it is telling others what you have seen and heard about God, and what you believe about
*Have you ever been asked to share your salvation testimony in front of a group of people? Maybe you want to tell a family member or your new roommate what God has done for you, but you don’t know where to begin. Are you scared? It takes preparation and practice, but soon you will feel comfortable and anticipate chances to tell your story. Click below to find some excellent helpful hints for how to prepare to share.
Thank you, Elizabeth! Loved hearing your testimony! Sending you another muffin. 🙂
I'd love to sit and chat with you! 🙂
I grew up in a Christian home and when I was 7 my mom and I were reading a “storybook” Bible. (It had awesome pictures.) She got to the part about Christ dying on the cross and I realized that He died for ME – for the sins I had. He took MY place! I confessed my sin to God and repented, asking Him to be in charge of my life. When I was 11 I got baptized by immersion. Being a Christian, a follower of Christ, does not mean that I am perfect – far from it! But I am growing to be more like Jesus each day. I am reading the Bible and digging for His truth. Learning how He wants me to live.
and yes, I'd like another muffin, if you don't mind! 😉