“As I was in church today i asked Jesus to forgive my sins. I feel so happy and so peaceful again,. I’m really so thankful to the preachers that visited our church, as they helped me to go back on the path I left many years ago.”
In her testimony Glorieuse says, “I used to attend church many years ago, but later decided to stop and live a different and very sinful life.”
She adds, “Ever since I stopped attending church, I did not have any peace or joy in my heart. Even though I pretended to be happy before my friends, I was very unhappy. A time came when I felt tired of living this kind of life and I decided to go back to church.”
She happily adds that, “As I was in church today, I asked Jesus to forgive my sins. I feel so happy and so peaceful again. I’m really so thankful to the preachers that visited our church, as they helped me to go back on the path I left many years ago.”

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