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Michael Glaze's Letter of Testimony

I grew up in a Christian family and regularly attended a church for my entire life. But my problem, just like the rest of the world, was that I have sinned and offended a holy and righteous God and was headed for an eternity separated from God.

My parents, along with leaders at my church told me about Jesus and the price he paid for my sins. The fact that the God who created the universe would take my punishment is amazing. Although it seems that I have not wandered far or lived long in the world, but before accepted Christ's punishment, I was just moments away from eternal separation from Christ, I repented of my sins and put my faith in Jesus Christ.

In 2006 I moved to Appleton, WI from St. Paul, MN. I had many friends in Minnesota that were like brothers and sisters to me. It was a really hard time for me, but it helped to draw me much closer to my Lord. I started going to Calvary Chapel of Appleton and the biblical teaching and fellowship was a great help for my faith.

I normally hang out with my friends on the weekends and we fellowship, get in the word, and talk about the Lord for a long time. My hopes and prayers for the future, is that I will continuously be drawn closer to my Lord and maybe become a youth pastor. I pray that even if God has not called be to be a youth pastor, that I will always be a witness and ambassador for my Lord.
 
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