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We overcome by the blood of the Lamb and the word of our testimony. Therefore believers testify of the truth of God's Word that has been worked out in their lives; tried, tested and proven to be trustworthy. By faith we can, even in our day and age, see the practical outworking of God's word in our lives.

An Awesome Testimony of Prayer - Rachel Weaver

Taken from the Heart beat of the Remnant

Let me share with you an awesome testimony of a tiny bit of what our God will do when we pray. Walk with me through the last six weeks of our lives before our son, Paul, age 17, died instantly in an auto accident, September 1, 2007. Although I had been praying earnestly for him for many months, six weeks before he died I was able to begin to pray with a few mothers who had a prayer burden for their children’s spiritual needs. Obeying His call to pray, and believing God’s presence to be in our midst, we prayed and God began work. Things for which I had been beseeching God for nine months, began to be answered. Truly our Father in Heaven hears the cry of His children when they come together in faith.

Ann Bergen - Ann Bergen

By Faith...

...Sister Ann Bergen trusted God in providing for the family and meeting their needs during the four months her husband did not have a job. She had a real peace about it that can only come from God.

By faith she believes that God can bless her with heaven-sent revival after feeling tired and discouraged with her present state of mind. By faith she chooses to daily die to self and yield wholly to Christ.

Taken from "The Heartbeat of the Remnant"

Beyond Obedience - Christine Lamicela

As a child growing up in New York City I heard nothing about submission. I was married when I was thirty-two, and it was around that time I first started hearing about the idea of obeying your husband. I thought, “Oh, okay, I’ll obey him.” But I had no idea how unsubmissive I really was. It was not until later that the Lord showed me my attitudes, my controlling spirit and other destructive areas of my life.

Deliverance from Witchcraft - Lydiann Leid

I grew up as an Amish young girl, and when I was about four years old my mother taught me how to draw pain from the baby’s tummy.

That way she could go on and work while I watched the baby for her. I remember vividly how I sat on a little rocking chair and she was showing me how and where to place my hand on the baby’s tummy. It worked! My hand got all numb after a while, so I took it off and shook it and put it back on.

From Africa - Llewellyn Van der Merwe

I am delighted to write a brief update about the Lord’s work here in Namibia, especially in our lives. We have quite a story to tell of God’s dealings with us until now. We started out totally ignorant and for that reason many unpleasant things were used of God to show us on the way that we are in today. I am sure we must be among those with whom God is most patient. Many things could have been avoided would there have been more mature brothers around to lead us by their example. But alas, we were alone in Africa; seeking God with thousands of other confused “Christians” around; only the Lord could help us.

Helen Banman - Helen Banman

Through Faith... Jesus Christ Sister Helen Banman is saved. “By faith I choose to walk with God; the choice is made. The Lord has won my soul. I have decided to follow Him all the way, believing He is able to keep me. My goal is to face trials and temptations by faith, just to believe that no matter what happens I may choose where to stand, on the solid rock of faith, or bow my head in discouragement. By faith in Christ I have the power to go on. By faith and not by feeling I choose to serve the King. I choose to read His Word, pray to Him each day. Without Him I am a failure, and a mess. But with Him all is possible. I want to grow and go on BY FAITH!!!” “For we walk by faith, not by sight” (2 Cor. 5:7).

Taken from "The Heartbeat of the Remnant"

Helen Enns - Helen Enns

By Faith...

...Sister Helen Enns comes to God, trusting Him to help her in child rearing, believing that He stands behind her as the Chief Teacher and Instructor and that He is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him and heed His counsel.

Through faith she shall continue fighting in the spiritual warfare, taking up daily the whole armor of God, knowing that God has prepared for her a better country—a heavenly one.

By faith she shall keep her home orderly as is pleasing to the Lord, not with eye service, but doing the will of God from the heart (the daily duties of dishes, baking, laundry, cleaning and tidying), knowing that she shall reap a reward if she faints not.

By faith she will submit to her own husband as unto the Lord, knowing that God has divinely appointed him as her head for leadership, protection and spiritual growth of her family (just as Christ is the head of His church).

By faith she will take captive every thought and bring it into the obedience of Christ, occupying her mind with only virtuous and praiseworthy thoughts.

By faith she will endeavor to edify the local body of sisters, submitting herself to them, exhorting them with uplifting conversation, making an effort in getting to know them personally, praying for them daily, knowing that our spiritual combat is not only an individual matter but also a corporate one.

Taken from "The Heartbeat of the Remnant"



Luella Dyck - Luella Dyck

By Faith...


...Sister Luella Dyck is a mother. By faith she rises each morning to see young faces. By faith she endeavors to teach her children true lessons of kindness, and shares with them wisdom the world can’t destroy. By faith, in service to her family, she gives of herself and tries to excel in the work of her hands. By faith she strives to teach them—by example, word and discipline—to work for the Lord, to be living sacrifices for the Lord, and to love as Jesus loved. By faith she shelters them from evil to keep them pure for a holy God to use.


By faith she is a wife. By faith she sees her husband as her earthly lord, giving herself to reverencing him without the need for him to earn it. By faith she defers to him, happily yielding judgment to him, safely trusting and resting in his authority, finding peace and freedom inexplicable. By faith she submits to him, yielding herself to his admonitions and advice, allowing him to sanctify and cleanse her by washing her in the water of the Word, so that he can present her to himself as a glorious, spotless bride.


By faith she is a woman. By faith she seeks to be adorned with a meek and quiet spirit. By faith she shall be covered with shamefacedness, sobriety and discretion. By faith she veils her head as a sign to the angels. By faith she clothes herself in modesty and dignity, leaving alone the fashions of this world and the costly array that displays the pride of the flesh.

Taken from "The Heartbeat of the Remnant"

Margaret Buhler - Margaret Buhler

By Faith...


...Sister Margaret Buhler and her husband are training their children for the Lord, knowing that if they do it for His glory and honor, it will not be in vain. “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it” (Pr. 22:6).

By faith they trust the Lord to watch over and protect their children when they cannot.

By faith she is learning that God’s ways and timing are perfect, “being confident of this very thing, that He which hath begun a good work in [me] will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ” (Phil. 1:6).

By faith she trusted the Lord to give her the grace she needed to get through her third pregnancy and postpartum period, and more fully learned to rest in Him. And He said to her, “My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness” (2 Cor. 12:9a).


Taken from "The Heartbeat of the Remnant"

Margaret Fehr - Margaret Fehr

By Faith...


...Sister Margaret Fehr was born again and stepped into the water to be baptized, knowing that she would lose friends and family who believe that a “second baptism” brings damnation to Hell. She believed that God would give her new family and friends in Christ. Thereby, God has since touched every heart of her family members and friends, causing them to look into the Scriptures more deeply.

By faith she has been set free from demonic visions that she had since childhood. By faith she rebukes them each time they wish to return, fleeing to her God for strength and putting on the whole armor of God, that she “may be able to stand against the wiles of the

devil” (Eph. 6:11).

By faith she received an anointing and was healed from a skin rash of more than ten years.

Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” (Heb. 11:1).

Taken from "The Heartbeat of the Remnant"


Mary Friesen - Mary Friesen

By Faith...


...Sister Mary Friesen has been praising our wonderful Lord Jesus that she has been feeling physically better, and believes that her trials are for her good. Through faith she has received strength from our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to continue to go on without murmuring about the circumstances that He has allowed to come her way through carrying this reward in her womb.

By faith she believes God’s promises about child training, continuing to seek Him for more wisdom. By faith she trusts that He will show her areas of her life that could be hindering her from seeing progress in training her son Zephaniah. By faith God has been revealing answers to her concerning her need to be a more submissive wife.

By faith she believes that God is doing a work in the lives of her extended family. Not seeing what God is doing in their hearts, she believes that they will be saved.

But without faith it is impossible to please Him: for he that cometh to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him” (Heb. 11:6).


Taken from "The Heartbeat of the Remnant"



My Hope is Build on Nothing Less. - Karola Dwinger


The other day I was sharing with a friend my present circumstances, how they are overwhelming me. I wanted to end the letter with Ps 62:5, 6 “My soul, wait thou only upon God; for my expectation is from him. He only is my rock and my salvation; he is my defense: I shall not be moved”. I had to delete it again. How can I claim, ‘I shall not be moved’, but here I am confessing how shaken I am? ‘I shall not be moved’, isn’t that a promise? Why then am I not living it? Am I at peace with God when things go well, but when my faith is tested I falter? Can my peace be compared to a roller costar ride? Up when life is good and down when life is bad? What kind of a testimony is that? This gives me reason to examine my heart. 

My Lord and My lord - Christy

When someone asks you to give your testimony in front of a large crowd, don’t you immediately feel small and unworthy for the unspeakable honor it is to be a mouthpiece for God’s glory? Well, that is how I feel now as I sit here writing. No, I am not standing in front of you, but I do know that what I write will be heard by many. It humbles me.

Rebeccah Joncas - Michelle Stace

By Faith...


...Sister Rebeccah Joncas conceived and bore five children while the world scoffed and said, “What will she do if her husband leaves them?” The world calls them a burden; by faith she sees them as blessings. By faith she received strength to forsake feminism, crucify her flesh, and come into obedience to her husband. Now he is the leader she always dreamed he would be.


Through faith she left behind her distorted view of God and false religion, smashed her idols, repented, and was born again. By faith she continues on as a servant, leaning on the one true God.


Taken from "The Heartbeat of the Remnant"


Sara Klassen - Sara Klassen

By Faith...


...Sister Sara Klassen trusted that God would provide a house for them in three months time. The price of the home went low enough for them to afford to buy it.

By faith she believed that God would spare the life of their son Rob when he was a very sick baby.
By faith she and her husband prayed, asking the Lord to give them children. God heard their prayer, and in six months time, they conceived their first child. It was a miracle because her body was not well enough for pregnancy.

Taken from "The Heartbeat of the Remnant"


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