#TestimonyTuesday – God at work!

Every Tuesday we’ll post a testimony with the hashtag #TestimonyTuesday.

It’s a great idea I was inspired to imitate, from another blogger. Testimonies are so powerful because they are truths from our life. I love reading them, and look forward to reading many more.

Testimonies are so wonderfully powerful!

This testimony comes from Jo and is right at the heart of why we love #TestimonyTuesday. In this testimony, Jo shares how God has helped her in her work life.

God always has a plan and cares for us – here is another personal account of God at work!

Read on!

God at work!

I had to learn to invite God into my work, to remember to seek his direction in my workplace and to understand that God wants to be involved in all areas of my life, including work.

I have had times when I have prayed at the start of my working day, during my working day and even at the end of my working day. I have prayed with others at work and sought prayer from others for work related issues, but I’ll be honest I am still learning to involve God more in my working life.

And yet, God has guided me to some amazing opportunities, and I just don’t know how he does it! Some years ago, when I chose to change from one career to another, God covered the shortfall in pay by providing my husband with a higher paid job, just at the right time. As I look back at my career, I see how different work experiences have led to new jobs and opportunities, as God steered me in the right direction.

In the last few years, I have returned to work in the Criminal Justice System, and I see how God has had his hand in this, leading me to the right job at the right time, having provided the right opportunities along the way and giving me confidence to step out into new challenging workplace situations with Him.

God is at work!


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Please note that while we’d love to publish every testimony we receive, we simply aren’t able to. Therefore, we’ll only publish testimonies that we feel best fit the overall message, topic and theme of the BerryBunch.family Ministry.

There is no minimum or maximum length and we may choose to make edits before publishing, at our discretion, to ensure it is as easy to read as possible.

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  1. Excellent testimony showing God at work! He is at the very heart of our lives in every way. As we say in mining communities: “He is at the coal face” which is where the hard work is done and important decisions are made for the future.

    1. Absolutely agree about the analogy of the coal face.

      I used to take coal from a few coal mines to power stations – by truck.

      The smell never leaves you. It isn’t a bad smell – just very unique!

      Andy B

      1. I liked the warm smell of the coal holes (illegal shafts dug by miners) in the sides of woodland hills near my childhood home, you are right it was a unique smell indeed.

        1. I used to collect 20 tonnes at a time…tough stuff transport – it made the truck extremely top heavy!!

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