Read short testimonials of faith from some of MCGI’s youngest brethren baptized on September 4, 2015 at the ADD Convention Center in Apalit, Pampanga.
It’s because it’s good, and I really liked it.
I’ve been listening for a long time, since about a few months now. His [Bro. Eliseo] answers are truly from the Bible. He is able to answer every question properly.
I was actually excited [to hear the doctrines]. I was really excited to the point that I couldn’t sleep. It was a joyful experience.
I felt relieved and light. I felt that my sins and ill feelings were fully washed away. I felt happy because finally, I’m [now] a member of the true religion.
I wish you good luck as what you preach is really good. I hope that you will continue doing so.
Out of all the religions I’ve been to, it’s only here in the Church of God wherein I got enlightened and had a good mind that understands what is good. [It began] when I started listening to Bro. Eli…
Well, I’ve been to all religions already, but at the end of the day I still didn’t feel content. Also, my attitude was still the same. Sometimes I would get irritated and I didn’t know why.
As it turns out, it was just a natural result of being anxious, and that what I really just needed was faith.
I feel good with God’s help and mercy. It’s a very pleasant feeling.
Many, many thanks to God for He gave us an instrument like Bro. Eli who preaches the truth.
Even on the first time we heard the preaching, we saw that what they were saying was good, and that was seven years ago.
Our brother in Canada, Bro. Crisanto Galing, was the first to become a member. When he came home for vacation, he told us about this.
I told him that we watched and listened [to Bro. Eliseo] on TV. So he took us to the locale.
It’s different. I can’t understand the feeling. I just felt light.
I hope that their preaching will continue despite many hindrances. I hope that they will still be there to teach what’s right.
My husband told me, “Maybe you would like to join?” I replied, “Surely I will. There’s nothing wrong with that.”
Whenever I remember that, I cry because he just died [of lung cancer] this August of 2015. He was just one-month old in the Church.
I said to him before he died, “I will continue what you have started. No problem.”
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He told me that he was certain where he was headed. And I’m glad that he knew already. “I know where I’m going,” he said.
He also advised us to not have a wake for him, but that he should be buried straightaway.
I told them that that’s what he wanted. I didn’t want to disobey him as that’s what would make him happy.
Relieved. I felt that my doubts were gone, then happy afterwards. We’re all happy people here, that’s what I felt.
As my children said, “Mom, if you’re happy there, then we won’t stop you.” They understand.
I hope that they will continue what they started, and I hope that until the end, I will be here with Bro. Eli and Bro. Daniel.