Felix Immanuel

Disciple of Jesus Christ

A native catechist's account of himself

Written by Felix Immanuel | 17 July 2018
This testimony was published at The Church Missionary Gleaner - Page 93 in August 1862. The writer is describing about the conversion story of his father Sandhosham who is also my great-great-great-great-grandfather, my direct paternal ancestor. This is the story of how my ancestors who were once in thick darkness, worshiping devils and how they were led into the light of Life, Jesus Christ.

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From slave of sin to freedom

Written by Felix Immanuel | 17 July 2018
God took me from the dust and heap of ashes, brought me into a land flowing with milk and honey and made me dwell as a peg in a secure place. Even though I was born as a Christian in a good Christian family, I became an atheist during my college days. I denied the existence of God and questioned everything. This is my story of how I journeyed from being an atheist to believe in the one true God and how Jesus Christ taught me obedience to His words is the key to be free and not a slave to sin.

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