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Phoebe Ann
Dec 12, 2002
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    Fav. Hymn/ Worship Song:
    Take My Life and Let It Be | Frances R. Havergal
    Personal Testimony - How I became a Christian:
    The lyrics of the song "He Came to Me" written by Squire Parsons express my testimony of Jesus:

    The gulf that separated me from Christ, my Lord,
    It was so vast the crossing I could never ford;
    From where I was to His domain, it seemed so far;
    I cried, "Dear Lord, I cannot come to where you are."

    He came to me, O, He came to me.
    When I could not come to where He was, He came to me.
    That's why He died on Calvary;
    When I could not come to where He was, He came to me.

    If you know my Jesus, this song will make you cry.
    I am a Protestant Christian.


    I spent many years in the LDS church. I still study their teachings from General Conference reports, official lesson manuals, and various LDS authors who were either Prophets and their counselors, or other elders in their church. I have many books in my library. Please take advantage of the links (in blue letters) at the bottom of the quotes if you have any questions.

    I am no longer LDS; I am a Christian saved by the blood of the Lamb.
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