Testimony Service on the blog!

Pastor Robin,
Hello,  I am Pam Esparza, my husband, Vic and I started attending Promiseland during the summer and have been so blessed by the church.  My husband retired from the Air Force in Mar. 08. and through experience in our Air Force travels — a good church is hard to find.  Promiseland was the 2nd church we visited after moving to Kyle, so praise God we did not have to search forever to find it.
My other praise report is:  this months 1st Wednesday night service, you had asked those with a need to come forward for prayer and go through the prayer line.  Well, my husband and I are looking for jobs, so that was my first need, the second need was a healing, I had injured my arm, while repairing our rent house in Abilene, about 10 days before.  I had been living on high doses of Ibuprofen for the pain and avoiding the Doctor.  I decided I would stop taking the Ibuprofen and within a couple of days I was again feeling a lot of pain from my elbow to my finger tips.  Infact, that Wednesday night while sitting in church I was fighting back the tears from the pain.  But… Praise God!!  immediately after going through the prayer line the pain was totally gone!  Whatever the injury was–God completely healed it.  Praise God! He’s Awesome!

God Bless you and your family!
We missed you this morning!
Pam Esparza


About pastorrobin

Hello. I pastor PromiseLand Church in San Marcos, TX. I am married to Erica, and we have 3 kids: Kennady, Jude, and Avery. All little ones! Visit our church site at www.psmchurch.com

Posted on September 16, 2008, in Church Business, Daily Word, General. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. What kind of jobs are Pam and her husband looking for?

    I may have to start a job placement company. 😀

  2. This report is wonderful. Many people in pain stay home and away from church, but just look at what they are missing—A HEALING!! Can’t beat that! Come to church, ya’ll.

  3. Oh, and I forgot to mention:
    Welcome to our church family!!

  4. We just love Pam and Vic, they are new to our PromiseGroup and they are just really awesome people. If you have not have a chance to say hello to these folks please do so.

  5. Prov. 15:30 says: “The light of the eyes rejoiceth the heart: [and] a good report maketh the bones fat.” My take on that scripture is that a good report builds our faith and gives strength to our spiritual structure. When we pray for a bunch of people in a prayer line, seldom does a bolt of lightening hit, heavenly choirs don’t sing, etc. We leave simply knowing God hears our prayers and hoping the folks have faith to believe God’s Word. Thanks for confirmation, Pam.

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