Mallory Murray

Before I met Christ, I was a sinner. I was around the age of five when I thought I had gotten saved. My dad was a youth pastor, so he taught me everything that a Christian should know. So I was trying to get saved with my head knowledge rather then what I felt with my heart. You see, the Lord hadn’t been calling on me to get saved then. I remember that I had so many doubts about my salvation, and I always questioned where I would be going when I died.

I asked my Savior to come into my life on Saturday, March 26, 2011 at a camp called Ridgecrest. The Curtis Band was playing the song “Our God is Greater” when my heart started thumping hard. At that point I could feel the emptiness, and I knew that God wasn’t in my heart. I couldn’t take it any longer, and I started bawling. I sat down in my seat and cried out to God. I got up, went over to my mom, and asked her to lead me through the sinner’s prayer.


“I asked my Savior to come into my life on Saturday, March 26, 2011 at a camp called Ridgecrest…”


It has only been a day since I asked the Lord into my life, but I still have that fire burning for God. I no longer feel empty, but whole. I don’t feel sadness, but I have delight and joy inside of me. Then second I asked God into my life, I felt this weight lifted off of my shoulders. I want to share my testimony with others, no matter how uncomfortable it can be. I want the thrill of seeing people getting saved because of the message I told them. I want to be second.


There’s more to life than breathing and feeling – Real life is only found in Jesus Christ. 
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