I believe that by wearing the Awesome T-shirt, I can proclaim to the entire world that there is a God in this world that’s like no other. He is the one to rely on & He is the one that we all should make a habit of being our friend. Jesus is the ultimate God & we should all be fortunate enough to say that our God is an Awesome God.
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.
After battling my own fears and depression for years, I thought hurting myself would make me feel better. This past year however, I converted from Catholicism to Christianity. I became an active member in my church, and almost immediately i began to feel happier. I stopped hurting myself.
I thank Jesus Christ for he gave me strength to find him again. I now am living a happy life, with amazing friends, a strong relationship, and the greatest connection to God I could ever imagine.
In 2012, I was rushed to the hospital with severe pains in stomach and back. The doctors did an emergency surgery for kidney stones. During surgery, I aspirated and went into a coma. Tubes were put down my throat and I was placed into the ICU. I was in a coma for days and would not respond. They discovered I had SARS which is a deadly disease that attacks the organs. My liver and kidneys were shutting down and a infectious disease doctor was called in. While in a coma, I was unresponsive yet I felt someone sit at my bedside. The voice said wake up and I opened my eyes yet no one was there. At that point I knew it was Jesus. The nurse rushed in to the room and called the doctor. They said my vital signs were normal and I was responding. Jesus brought me back
Jesus was there for me during a rough time in my life. First, my grandpa died. Then my uncle died. Then my aunt died. I was heartbroken. I also had developed depression and was scared every year that I’d lose someone else. I tried to use prayer to keep them alive. Then, one night while I was praying, Jesus came to me and said the Lord wasn’t trying to hurt me or my family for taking my relatives home. He knows what He is doing. Jesus asked me to remember my grandpa’s funeral. I recalled everyone sharing how he impacted their lives for the better. And I soon remembered that the same happened for my aunt and uncle. He said just as they were born at the right time, they died at the right time. They were all sickly before they died. The Lord decided He would let them suffer no more and brought them to His Kingdom. Now they are healthy and immortal. Jesus helped me realize that I need not fear death but celebrate life while it lasts. I still pray for my family and their safety, but not out of fear. I want to wear this shirt to remember that life is awesome and it’s all because the Lord sacrificed his only son to die for our sins so that despite crime, hatred, and other things the devil placed inside of people to make it so we can’t celebrate the good in life. Because while sin is in us, Jesus is in our hearts so we can be way kinder than the devil would like.
I was saved at a young age. I am now 59 years old and serve God with all my heart. I am very active in church. I sing in the choir, teach a toddler class, and work in any area that God calls me for. I have witnessed a lot of miracles in my life. Some say they don’t believe in miracles and I say it’s because they’ve never needed one. My God is an AWESOME God. I praise His wonderful name.
Jesus Christ has delivered me from a 5 year long addiction to crystal meth. I am no longer bound by the devils chains! I have been studying to show myself approved and have been growing closer and closer to the Lord. Every day I am thankful to be alive and to continually receive such undeserved mercy! God bless you!
I can truly say I love the Lord with all my heart and I thank Him for saving my soul. I thank Him daily for what He has done in my life and the path He has put me on. I am always in need of prayer. I thank Him for the people He’s allowed me to witness to over my life time and those He will allow me to witness to in the future. I am 53 years old and the Lord called me a few years ago to work as a certified nursing assistant and I found my calling with hospice care. I have been with over 50 some people and held their hand when they took there last breath. It has been so rewarding for me and the things that I have seen and experienced will go with me the rest of my life. But you know all these people some were family and some were strangers but they all left something with me when they passed. I wouldn’t trade it for anything in this world and I thank Him daily for what He has done for me in my life and for what He will continue to do in my life.
My story is about my beautiful daughter. I’m so blessed that God chose me to be her mother. She has many severe physical disabilities and has to be in a motorized wheelchair but that doesn’t stop her from doing everything she wants to do. She is such an amazing inspiration to all that meet her and I know that God has wonderful plans for her, his light shines through her. She has plans to graduate from high school and attend college. She wants to be a counselor to help others know God. Even though some days are difficult for her, she continues to have a positive attitude. Her favorite bible verse is Jeremiah 29:11, and she shares it with everyone that will listen. We even had a mural painted in her bedroom with that verse and others that God laid on her heart. I know God will continue to give her strength and courage to share His love.
After losing my grandmother to breast cancer I’ve always felt like I could no longer make it. I got to a point where I was down and depressed and not happy anymore. I would worry more than I prayed and I just felt like nothing was going my way. I had to write everything out in a poem to get how I really felt out. Lately I’ve prayed more and my prayers have been answered and I’ve began to worry less. I no longer feel down depressed or worthless and I smile a lot more! I thank my lord and savior Jesus Christ for bringing through.
I attended Church, Sunday school, Vacation Bible School, and got confirmed at age 12/13. After I turned 17, graduated high school and moved away from home, I stopped going to Church and went in a different direction and hanging with the wrong crowd. After I got married and had our daughter I began to think of the past and the bad choices I made. When our daughter was born we had her baptized. But still did not attend church on a regular or yearly basis, only for funerals and weddings. Our neighbor across the street was the pastor at the Lutheran Church just across from our home. His daughters invited mine to church one Sunday then to VBS, she liked going but didn’t quite fit in with some of the other kids so after a few months stopped going. That fall we had new neighbors move in the parsonage across the street, a very dear elder couple. The husband used to be a pastor until an accident occurred and then he was stricken with cancer and dementia and within a year passed. My daughter who was around 10 at the time would always go over and visit with his wife, soon they became close and she invited my daughter to her church, which was a non-denominational church called the Church of Christ. My daughter attended regularly. After a few years she began asking for me to go. I went a few times but not often. I am proud to say because of my daughter and our widowed neighbor within the last 1 1/2 yrs I started to attend more regularly with my daughter and had remembered how I had taken for granted how God has blessed me/us with a wonderful family, neighbors, and friends. Without them I don’t think I would have gone back to attending church like I used to when I was younger and praise God and give him the thanks he so much deserves for sacrificing himself and forgiving us for our sins and accepting us for who we are. He is my biggest inspiration in life and deserve to be shared with everyone possible.