Do It Again

Be courageous. Do it again. Tell your story.

When you tell your story others realize they aren’t alone. They catch a glimmer of hope. By telling your story in it’s truest form, you are asking God to do it again for someone else. You “re-present” Jesus. This month, at Redeeming Freedom Ministries, we will be focusing on testimonies. Collecting them. Documenting them. Releasing them.

In Hebrew, the root word for “testimony” literally translated means to “duplicate, restore, to do it again.” When you tell your story, you are releasing God’s glory into the atmosphere and asking him to do it again. You push back unbelief, hopelessness and despair by remembering what he has done and who you are in Christ. Israel had their stones of remembrance and the ark. Jesus has us. We are His walking, talking testimony because we carry Him with us and we release His glory with something as simple as a conversation.

They conquered the enemy by the blood of the lamb and by the word of their testimony. Revelation 12:11

Tell the world exactly what Jesus did for you. Don’t add to it. Don’t polish it. Don’t take anything away from it. Be true. Every time you share, God gets the glory again and again. Boldly ask God to to re-release His glory into the life of someone else.

So, what is your story?

Redeemed – Restored – Delivered – Healed – Made Clean – Set free – Embraced – Forgiven?

We will be collecting video testiminies of what Jesus has done! If you have a story and you are interested in helping us release His glory, please comment below or send us an email. We love to hear the stories of God’s grace, forgiveness and power.

Leslie

Published by Leslie Crouse

Leslie Crouse is the Director of Redeeming Freedom Ministries. She has a Biblical Studies degree from Evangel University and a Masters of Business with a focus in Nonprofits from DeVry University. Leslie is also a stay at home mother of five children.

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