Why Not Try This? … Ask a Church Member to Share a Sabbath Work Testimony

Sabbath, August 24, 2013, we welcomed nine new members into the Richardson Seventh-day Adventist Church family. One of them, Michell Medellin,  shared a powerful testimony of how she had put others things before God and violated the Sabbath of the Lord (Exodus 20:8-11; Mark 2:27-28). But when she grew stronger in her trust in God she was willing to lose her job rather than work on the Sabbath. That is when God stepped in to provide for her! Click here to read her testimony as published in the 3rd Quarter issue of Liberty Roundup. The article includes information on what to do if you have a Sabbath work issue.

Most likely you have church members, new or long time, who have powerful stories about how God grew their faith when they began to trust Him in the area of Sabbath and work issues. Why not ask your congregation who has a Sabbath and work story, then set up a Sabbath soon when they can share their story through testimony or interview? If you have several people, you might schedule an entire month of short testimonies. Each testimony builds faith in the speaker and the hearers!

“And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony, and they did not love their lives to the death.” Revelation 12:11.

For more information on Celebrating Changed Lives as a part of your worship services click here.

Blessings to you,

Dan Serns

About danserns

Happily married and father of three great kids. Seventh-day Adventist pastor who invites everyone to accept Jesus as their Savior and Lord, embrace all the teachings of the Bible and join a vibrant Adventist group.
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1 Response to Why Not Try This? … Ask a Church Member to Share a Sabbath Work Testimony

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