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JR High Conference Testimonies

These are testimonies from the recent Junior High Conference for the encouragement of all the saints.

I enjoyed that we are the water and the Lord is the tea. So once we get mixed we can never be separated. “But he who is joined to the Lord is one spirit.” 1 Cor. 6:17 —C.O.

Just like the essence of the wooden table is wood. The essence of God is Spirit. We must keep exercising our spirit and “unceasingly pray” (1 Thes. 5:17). To exercise our spirit, we must have an inflow and an outflow. This is like adding another layer of fresh paint.—J.Y.

We need to always exercise our spirit to be closer to God. 1 Thes. 5:17 says “Unceasingly pray.” —S.Q.

I enjoyed that the easiest way to exercise our spirit is to breathe the Lord in by calling on His name. When we inhale, all the positive things of the Lord fill and overflow our spirit. Romans 10:13 says, “For whoever calls upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.” By calling, we can be cleansed and saved. —S.W.

I really enjoyed that if we enjoy the Lord and turn to our spirit, everything else will follow; if we don’t like coming to the meeting, reading the bible, or having morning revival we can turn to our spirit and enjoy His life-giving Spirit! 1 Tim. 4:8 says “For bodily exercise is profitable for a little, but godliness is profitable for all things.” —J.C.

I enjoyed that God is our blank check and that we can write anything on it and the Lord will provide. If we need patience all we have to do is turn to our spirit and the Lord will do the rest. I enjoyed that the Spirit is our heavenly drink. A drink refreshes us just like the Lord does when we drink of Him. John 3:6 says “That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit.” The flesh is weak, but the spirit is willing. When we turn to the Lord, He dispenses Himself into us. The Spirit is like a tea bag and we are the water. Our water gets infused with tea (the Spirit) and continually gets darker. How dark is your tea? —A.Q.

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