Our separate testimonies site
Our stories (testimonies) appear on our separate site here: Our God Answers
www.ourgodanswers.com (opens in new tab or window)
Testimonies on this site
Every believer filled with the Holy Spirit has a story to tell about how God has changed their life.
When Jesus was on the earth, He performed many miracles, healing the blind, lame and destitute and changing people’s lives forever.
We are told in the Bible that Jesus is “the same yesterday, today and forever” (Hebrews 13:8), so we can expect these miracles today.
In 1 Thessalonians 5: 18 we are instructed to give thanks to God “for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.”
Psalm 106: 8 encourages us to “… praise the LORD for his goodness, and for his wonderful works…”
On our Our God Answers website (opens in new tab or window) you can read personal accounts of individuals who have experienced God’s power and blessing first hand. Discover how they know that God is real – and note that you can have this experience too.
When reading these stories (testimonies) be aware that occasionally people use terms that may be unfamiliar. Some help:
“The Lord” – the Lord Jesus Christ who by His sacrifice on the cross paid the penalty for sin and showed His great love towards sinful men and women.
More about Jesus
“Spirit-filled” – being filled with the Holy Spirit, the same Spirit that raised Jesus from the dead, and whom Jesus said would “testify of me”.
More about the Holy Spirit
“day of Pentecost” – the day on which the Christian Church began when 120 people were filled with the Holy Spirit. See Acts 2 in the Bible.
“baptism, baptised” – being fully immersed in water.
More about baptism
“speaking in tongues” – the evidence accepted in Bible days as positive proof that someone had received the Holy Spirit.
More about speaking in tongues
Testimonials contained in this website, the Our God Answers website and in other Revival Centres publications have been faithfully recorded as presented by members of the Church with some minor grammatical changes. Claims made by individuals containing medical terminologies and outcomes are presented in good faith. Personal accounts relating to previous experiences should be viewed as historical and not critical of any group, nation or sect.