My Testimony

September 20, 2021 Aphsie 3 comments

This post is long overdue! We’ve recently had a testimony Sunday at my church and I was one of the brethren who shared their testimony with the entire church…

Now if you’ve been reading the articles I’ve been posting then you know part of the contents of my testimony. I have copied and pasted the very same testimony I shared during ‘Testimony Sunday’. I pray that it strengthens your faith and belief in God and His ability to do all❣️

I would love to observe all protocol and collectively greet the whole church, the body of Christ. My testimony magnifies God’s Lordship and His ability to carry His people at all times…

I remember in the first few months I chose to hand my life back to God, I loved asking God to be a living testimony. This year that prayer was answered and was made to materialise.

A few months ago, 5 months to be exact, my mother (Phuti Chonco) and I were involved in a tragic and fatal car accident (which I discuss HERE). Where unfortunately mama passed and I was in an induced coma for about a month.

I had no idea where I was when I gained consciousness and why I was there was beyond me. I then stayed in the hospital for another month and each day I learnt the full story. Accepting the news of mama’s death was, and still is, very difficult, but because my family and I feel as though mama gave her very best to and for us, it’s been a challenge we manage to overcome together. I learnt that it’s much peaceful to let go of someone whom you feel has achieved exactly what they were here for.

God continues to carry my family and I, while He remains our biggest comforter and friend. My recovery has proven to be a testimony of that too, as it has been so good and speedy. It’s hard to believe that it was this very year I couldn’t walk or even talk.

There’s a scripture that was made real throughout all of this:

"Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours".
Mark 11:24 (NLT)

I am so grateful for everyone that stood in one accord in prayer for my life and recovery, your prayers were not in vain I am a testimony of how God really answers prayers! Thank you and God bless you.

I want God to be glorified through this testimony so I’ll share it everywhere I go! Thank you.

P.S.  Thanks for having a read & you’re MORE than welcome to share your thoughts on our comment section below – looking forward to hearing from you…

Yours – but mine first,

3 Comments on “My Testimony

  1. Hi dear. Aphsie😊! God has mysterious ways of revealing himself to us. Sometimes His ways are not so obvious or acceptable to our physical self but then the spirituality in us discovers He is Greater and Able.
    My heartfelt Condolences to you and OShayimamba OGambushe, cherish all the moments you guys spent with her. Today is a different day to you since we are celebrating Women which means it’s one of those days where you get to celebrate her life . Alale ngokuthula uMama Phuthi Chonco Ngawungese. 🤍Beautiful piece.

  2. This testimony is a miracle in the making. As painful as the whole scenario is, God has been part of the whole process. Phuthi is no more but her spirit lives and is watching over all of those she left behind. God wants you to fulfil your purpose. Ask for it in your prayers ask to see and hear what plans HE has for you. Dedicate your time in prayer. All the best Aphsie, God loves us all,.unconditionally😍❤💕

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