#TestimonyTuesday: Unexpected Relief

Avatar The BerryBunch | 11/10/2022 10 Views 0 Likes 5 On 1 Rating

Sometimes life can seem a bit unbearable. We wonder how much more we can take.

Well, today’s testimony is really about reaching that point of breaking, only for God to step in, in the way only He is capable of doing, and offering some Unexpected Relief. Although, when you know Jesus, there’s nothing unexpected about it, whatsoever…

Unexpected Relief

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  1. davidsdailydose

    11/10/2022 at 12:47

    Yes, indeed. God is faithful. Once, during a five year period, He gifted me with a car—three times. Not sure now why one car wouldn’t do for that time frame, but God knew. It’s becoming a cliche with me, but it’s true: God’s will is God’s bill.

  2. The BerryBunch

    11/10/2022 at 13:37

    “God’s will is God’s bill”

    I so love that phrase every time you use it 😁

    God obviously knew you needed all 3 cars

    We had 3 holidays in one year, while unemployed…didn’t pay for any of them, and even getting there was paid for for two of them.

  3. Beth Alisan

    16/10/2022 at 23:16

    Andy, I think your words “It is not a get rich scheme where you simply repeat it until money arrives.” should be a part a Bible’s commentary on Jeremiah 29:11. Thank you for sharing yet again another wonderful testimony, especially as it comes from a fellow homeschooling family. Just recently, I looked at my husband with a sinking feeling in my stomach (prices had gone up yet again) and said, “You’ll let me know when I need to go back to work. Right.” He looked at me and said, “We’re okay.” God has always been so faithful to provide him with a second job that makes ends meet, allowing me to stay home and continue schooling the girls.

    • The BerryBunch

      17/10/2022 at 08:06

      Man do I know that feeling…..Jo working means I don’t have to so I can do the home ed, or BerryBunch

      But everytime I think I have no option other than go to work full time God does something before my fear pushes me into doing what I shouldn’t…the pressure mounts doesn’t it!!

      God is ever faithful!!

      Andy B

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