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Testifying in Church

Discussion in 'Polls Forum' started by BroOldTimer, Feb 4, 2019.

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  1. Yes. Any church member can stand and testify at any time in the worship service.

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  2. Yes. We have a designated time for testimonies.

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  3. No. That is not part of the service order.

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  4. No. I have no idea what you are referring too.

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  1. BroOldTimer

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    So, the thread about lifting your hands in worship intrigued me and I thought of a spinoff. In my church, it is very commonplace that during the worship service that any Christian is allowed to stand and testify if they feel led to do so. It would be normal to hear two or three testimonies about thankfulness, or the goodness of God during the service.

    Is that common in your church?

    Feel free to discuss below!
     
  2. Deacon

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    About once a month someone’s is asked to give a testimony from the pulpit.
    Every so often there is a time of open praise and prayer.

    Rob
     
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