Glenn’s Meal 12-23-13 revised

1 122313 Testimony

Good day everyone and praise the Lord for another day and another chance to move closer to His glory. The word “testimony” dropped heavily in my spirit and gave me the ingredients for this meal.


Father, I pray that today there will be peace within myself and my loved ones. I pray that we will trust You that we are exactly where we are meant to be. Please help us to not forget the infinite possibilities that are born of faith. I pray that we will use these gifts that we have received, and pass on the love that has been given to us. May we be content knowing we are children of Yours. Let this presence settle into our bones, and allow our souls the freedom to sing, dance, praise, and love. It is there for each and every one of us. Thank You Jesus! in whose name I pray, Amen.

Let’s eat.


I tell you the truth, we speak of what we know, and we testify to what we have seen, but still you people do not accept our testimony. – John 3:11

Over the last several years I have been among a lot of different congregations and denominations. In all of my observing, I have seen two distinct types of Christian believers. One type enthusiastically teaches their Bible knowledge to others. These people, though they may be genuine in their motive, lack one essential ingredient of being effectively used by God – a testimony. The second type of people I have encountered has a genuine testimony of what God is doing and continues to do in their lives. This was the case in the early Church. Men and women were able to give powerful testimony of events and experiences that could only be explained as a work of God.

God desires to build a testimony in each one of us. Each of us is one of God’s chosen vessels to reflect His power in and through us. When others see this power reflected, they are impacted because they can’t explain that power. God desires to frame your life with experiences designed to reflect the character and nature of Christ. Sometimes these events can be very devastating, but they are designed to reveal His power in and through us. Every one of us has a testimony.

What would others say your testimony is today?

Can others see God’s work in your life?

Is your testimony one of Bible knowledge only?

Are things happening in your life that can only be explained as GOD?

These can be problematic questions for each of us. Ask God to build a testimony of His life in and through you today.


“Selfishness makes Christmas a burden, love makes it a delight.”

Glenn Sterrett

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Written by Glenn Sterrett, Founder and CEO of the GCKRS™ Helping Hand Foundation.

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