Personal Stories mp3
Stories about personal experiences with salvation. For more mp3 messages from the Gospel Hall go to the link - www.gospelhallaudio.com
Allen Glen is an ordinary guy who has done what few people are able to accomplish - he successfully answered some of life's most difficult questions including "How does someone know for sure that he is ready to die?"
His experience in childhood sunday school, a funeral of a close friend and Bible studies with Jehovah's Witnesses left him with incomplete information. Finally, through the simple words of the Bible in 1 Peter, he found peace with God and himself.
Art Ward tells about his personal experience in receiving Jesus as his own savior. Art grew up in a home with an abusive alcoholic father and a mother involved with cults. His own experience in finding God brought him to unexpected places.
Butch grew up in poverty, both physically and emotionally. In reform school from age 12 and then later in prison, he learned about crime and drugs. At one point in his life he planned to committ suicide. But as an adult, Butch found Jesus Christ who changed not only his eternal relationship with God, but also his entire outlook in this life.
Jeff Hage heard the gospel message through a Sunday school teacher. Through a simple analogy of salvation as a gift from God, Jeff was saved as a boy.
Years later, Jeff's alcoholic and abusive father was saved and the family was united for the first time ever.
While Max McClean was growing up, he determined never to turn out like his father. Alcoholism and emptiness were familiar to his family, but he turned out to be plagued with some of the same problems as an adult.
His experience with a friend at work brought him face to face with tough questions about being ready to die. Max says that he now has something that will not only get him through life, but through what he calls "the last two minutes".