Before I learned about the gospel of grace, I lived among the homeless and indulged in consuming alcohol and marijuana. I got into a lot of trouble and even went to prison.
I felt as if the whole world was against me.
Because I felt life held no meaning for me, I attempted suicide and ended up in a mental hospital. I was prescribed medication but they didn’t help me.
After I was discharged, my aunt brought me to see a counselor, Connie, who had been impacted by Pastor Prince’s teachings. During our regular appointments, Connie would tell me how much Jesus loved and cared for me. She also shared about the Lord’s grace and truth, which reminded me of a movie about Jesus I’d watched and Sunday school songs I’d learned as a child.
Hearing about the Lord’s goodness, kindness, and mercy toward me brought peace, joy, and harmony into my heart.
Now, I desire to live gloriously for the Lord instead of returning to my old ways. I enjoy reading the Bible. I also listen to Pastor Prince’s messages daily and have already read three of his books.
The Lord has become my bread of life. His Word has brought healing to my body and soul. I no longer require medication and I’ve been freed from constant self-condemnation. I’ve also stopped trying to earn God’s approval and blessings and have found real rest as a result.
It’s like sitting for an examination with the answers provided for me.
I can simply trust in and rely on Him as He’s got everything in life figured out and provided for me.
I am forever grateful to the Lord for finding a lost sheep like me. Till today, I can’t fully describe just how much His grace has impacted my life. The gospel is so wonderful—it is the good news I’d been longing to hear. I pray that every church will preach the gospel so the world will get to know the grace of God like I have.
Cam Luu | Australia