You may not know who’s going to be inspired by your testimony.
Written By Benjamin Dankaka
On the night that Peter was rescued by the angel, he went to the house of Mary where the people had gathered to pray for him. Immediately after the angel left him, Peter thought of these people who had been concerned about his situation. Obviously, he knew they had been praying for him. And since he had been miraculously rescued, He went to them because he wanted to share the good news with them. Peter didn’t think of rushing home to celebrate alone. Instead, the first thing on his mind was to share his testimony with those who stood by him.
After Peter described how God brought him out of prison, he then instructed them to share his testimony (Acts 12:25). Many times we fail to share our testimony after we’ve been rescued from a crisis. When we are facing challenges, we talk to people and ask them to help. But when God eventually answers our prayers, we forget to return to those who stood by us. What we fail to realize is that testimonies are important because they serve as proofs to God’s faithfulness. You may never know who’s going to be inspired by your testimony. Share that testimony!
Prayer: Dear Jesus, I will testify of your faithfulness. Amen.
REFERENCES/FURTHER STUDY: Acts 12:1-17
Unless otherwise stated all scripture quotations are from the Holy Bible, New International Version.