God's Touch Among the Amish, Book 1
Aaron had always thought that the Amish religion was the only way for him to get to heaven. After a rebellious youth, he had submitted to the Amish way by becoming a baptized member and following the Amish rules and traditions. But he wondered why he didn't have peace in his heart. For six long months he cried out to God for answers. Were his sins forgiven? What was missing in his life? Was he not following the Amish rules well enough? Was God still angry with him because of his sinful teenage years?God answered Aaron in a powerfully clear way; transforming his life and sustaining him with the peace he was searching for."What He's done for me" is the first in a series of testimonies titled, "God's Touch Among the Amish." They represent personal journeys through tears and pain, stories from sincere hearts that searched earnestly for answers to questions like Aaron's. Each of their journeys speak of the faithfulness of God and His love toward those who search for truth and yield their lives fully into His hands.
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