As I sit down to write my testimony and reflect on my life I can not but be overwhelmed with gratitude to God my Saviour for the Salvation He has bestowed upon me in His kindness and His mercy. I could say with the psalmist, ‘Oh give thanks
to the LORD, for He is good! For His mercy endures forever. The LORD is my strength and song, And He has become my salvation.’ Psalm 118:1 & 14.
My strong awareness of God, as a child, and His displeasure to sin was the preparing ground
upon which God was to later convict me of my need of Him. In my late teens I came to receive Jesus Christ as my Saviour and Lord.
I grew up in a stable, secure and close-knit family from a Christian background so I was taken along to church services
and encouraged to attend Sunday school regularly and later on for youth meetings. I learnt about God, His splendour and His majesty, His holiness, His hatred for sin and the consequence of it. Yet I was very content with my spiritual condition.