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Jennifer

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Hello everyone.My name is Jennifer.I am a Christian. Because of the Lord's love, we can share our testimonies and discuss issues here. I think I will get a lot from here. I'd like to share what I know and what I have experienced. God bless you.

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Hello Jennifer,

 

Glad you have joined us! I look forward to fellowship and having discussions with you.

 

Beautiful avatar by the way.

 

God bless,

William

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Hello everyone.My name is Jennifer.I am a Christian. Because of the Lord's love, we can share our testimonies and discuss issues here. I think I will get a lot from here. I'd like to share what I know and what I have experienced. God bless you.

 

Hi Jennifer,

 

If I may... maybe you can share your testimony? How did you come to receive Christ? How long have you been a Christian? What church do you attend?

 

God bless,

William

 

 

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I have been a Christian for six years. Before receiving Christ, I often lived with feelings of emptiness and loneliness. I felt that it was meaningless to live. One day, my mother preached the Gospel of the Lord Jesus to me. I received the gospel of the Lord Jesus happily. From then on, I often prayed, read the Bible, and had meetings with brothers and sisters. My feelings of emptiness and loneliness disappeared, and I was full of peace and joy. Thank the Lord for salvation. Additionally I'm from the old local church.

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Thank the Lord for salvation.

 

Soli Deo Gloria!

 

God bless,

William

 

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