Newly Baptized Testimonials: February 28, 2014

Read short testimonials of faith from some of MCGI’s youngest members baptized on February 28, 2014 at the ADD Convention Center in Apalit, Pampanga.

Sis. Evelyn Rianzales, 60, Former Pentecostal Oneness, Batangas Province

On Being Baptized
Now that I’ve been baptized, I feel light. The baptism here is different from ours before.

The manner is different, so I felt something truly different when I got baptized here.

Also, the music. You’ll really feel like you are being lifted to the clouds of the Lord, to heaven. That’s what I really felt.

It’s serious as well, unlike from where I was formerly affiliated wherein once you believe, you will be baptized right then and there.

There is a baptistery there. So if you want to be baptized, you’ll be instantly baptized; you have no escape.

But here, you are indoctrinated first. Many things are taught first before you get baptized. And I learned a lot.

That’s why it wasn’t hard for me to become a member and be baptized with joy of heart. Glory to God.

On MCGI Leaders
Many thanks because you enlightened my heart and mind to truly understand the Bible. May the Lord bless you more.

May you continue as you have many more souls to save, not only me, but many many more need you. Be in better strength and health, Bro. Eli.

~o~

Bro. Jordan Dave Nueva, 23, Former Catholic, Cavite Province

On Being Baptized
I have great hope of being saved because I knew the truth, and what I need to do after being cleansed of my sins. I’m thankful as well.

I’ve been listening to [Bro. Eliseo Soriano] since I was a kid. Our cousin just go baptized ahead of us. After that, we all followed.

On MCGI Leaders
I hope they won’t tire in teaching. Not all people understand what they do, though all read the same.

~o~

Bro. Severion Leyba, 41, Former Catholic, Cavite Province

On Being Baptized
I feel okay. It’s like, there’s something I’ve longed to change in me, and now I feel I really can.

I’ve been listening to Bro. Eli for a long time, but I couldn’t embrace it then. Now I do.

On MCGI Leaders
To Bro. Eli, I hope that many more will help him. I hope that many will [help] him, our organization so that the Gospel will be spread more.

~o~

Bro. Roy Bonifacio, 30, Former Iglesia ni Cristo, Batangas Province

On Being Baptized
I’m happy. I can’t explain the feeling, but I feel happy and light.

It was ten years ago, when I was just surfing the television channels. When I tuned in to [Bro. Eliseo Soriano], I was intrigued by what he was saying. From then on I listened continually.

Since I got intrigued, I watched the more and more.

On MCGI Leaders
Thanks be to God. May they be able to continue this kind of work.

~o~

Sis. Zaren Henson, 28, Former Catholic, Batangas Province

On Being Baptized
It’s different. I was Catholic before, but I was inactive. I only experienced that kind of [baptism], so it’s really different.

It’s like you feel really light, and you have a [clear] mind.

I hear him on television, and from my mother and older sister as well. I got amazed by him, because he was like angry. So I said to myself that I’d try it.

There are those who say that it’s not good, but others say the teachings are right. So I decided to try it.

On MCGI Leaders
May they continue so they’ll be able to lead many more.

~o~

Bro. Avhrile Leyba, 17, Former Catholic, Cavite Province

On Being Baptized
I feel that I’m back to zero with my sins.

Before I was baptized, I learned the wrong things that I never knew were wrong before. Now that I’m baptized, I believe I can avoid those things.

I feel light, because as we heard from Bro. Eli, your sins before have been washed. So it’s very refreshing to know that. I’m happy that I’m in The Old Path [Church of God], and that I was baptized.

On MCGI Leaders
I hope that your lives will be longer and that you’ll be able to help people who don’t know what is right and what is wrong through the doctrines.

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