• Michael Haldas

Testimony


“Our world does not need theories concerning Christ, but rather the testimony of lives that reveal the Lord…We are to exhibit His presence in our lives so that others will awaken and turn to Him.” (Dynamis 1/7/2020)

“The greatest spiritual guides are those whose manner of life teaches as much or more than their words and advice.” (Constantina R. Palmer)

“A changed life speaks loudly and clearly, and it is often the most effective way to influence a family member…A changed life convinces people of Christ’s power. One of your greatest testimonies is the difference others see in your life and attitudes since you have believed in Christ…More is learned through living than through lectures." (Life Application Study Bible, 1 Peter 3:1-7, Acts 4:13, 1 Timothy 3:1-13)

“…the young should have a living example to learn from, for such examples teach better than words. One can hear many edifying things on life and spirituality, but it is doubtful whether one will be able to apply this in one’s life. But when one sees a person who is quiet, meek, kind, and who is never offended, then one wants to be like that person.... A living example says more than words…A living example of a God-pleasing life solidifies theoretical knowledge and proves it in practice. This is the case not only with theology but with all other types of knowledge as well.” (Elder Thaddeus of Vitovnica)

“In His life, Christ demonstrated time and again that our words and actions do matter. He acted and He spoke, and the religious authorities couldn’t weaken the impact of His words, because His life was absolutely consistent.” (Father Barnabas Powell)

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