More about Me/My Testimony

More About Me

Hello! My name is Sarah and I like warm hugs. Lol. Welcome to my blog! Thank you so very much for stopping by. Here's some things about me. Just so you know...

  • My middle name is Rose.
  • I have a dog named Rudo.
  • My favorite animated character is Olaf from Frozen.
  • I am a huge bookworm and a writer.
  • Music freak right here.
  • I am a Swifty for life!
  • I am a sinner who, by God's grace, has been found and saved by Jesus Christ and want to do anything I can to glorify Him.
  • This blog is inspired by my favorite things in life: Music, Reading, and writing. (Also some other random things.) Above all else, Jesus!
  • My favorite time to watch TV is when the Olympics is on.
  • My favorite fairy tale is Beauty and the Beast.
  • Right now, my favorite song is 'Postcard from Paris' by The Band Perry.
  • I have a strange liking for algebra and geometry.
  • Jane Austen is amazing.

My Testimony

Has your faith ever been just dead? Have you ever felt hopeless? Has your sin and guilt just taken over you? Have you ever had doubts that God even existed? Have you ever felt so worthless that you think that God would never want you? Has their ever been a time in your life where you couldn't see God at all?

Well, join the club.

Everyone has these doubts and feelings. I know I have. My parents are really strong Christians and my dad has Bible study with us a lot. At five or six years old, I was in Sunday school, learning about Jesus. I actually listened too. I've always had a decent memory, so I was memorized verses and remembered Bible stories. At a young age, I accepted Jesus Christ has my Savior.

When I six, Dad knew I understood everything he had taught me. He told me he wanted to get me baptized. To be honest, I remember a little frightened. I had seen another people getting baptized and didn't like the idea of getting my head under water. (Hey, I was only six!) A few week afterwards, I got baptized. After that, I continued living like I always did.

But something was missing. To tell you the truth, I didn't really feel saved. Now I know this kind of stuff really isn't supposed to be about our feelings, but I guess I just didn't see God in my life. Sure, I saw plenty of God in the world and in other people's lives, but not in mine. I couldn't see Him. I just lived life, went to church, read the Bible every once in awhile. That was it. I understood it, and I believed it, I guess. I enjoyed Bible Quiz and was involved in church stuff, but I didn't really have a good relationship with God.

But we moved to a new church a few years later.. Our new pastor was a little different that our old one.

He made me realize what made me realize how God wasn't involved in my life like He should be. Of course, that wasn't His fault. It was mine. To be honest, every time Dad called me for Bible study I thought, "Aw, man. Can't wait till this is over."

To tell you the truth, God just wasn't a big priority in my life. I wrote about Him in my books, but that was it. I had my own plan for my life. My impossible, biggest dream was to be a pop-star in Hollywood or get my book published. What would be the purpose of that? To be famous! To have a exciting life! To be looked to! I'll face it: The purpose of my dream was to glorify me, not to glorify God.

Well, this year, I started to feel really hopeless. Not a lot of times, but often. To tell you the truth, it was almost like I was bipolar. I would be fine and happy for awhile, but if something would go wrong in our family or in my life, I would just break. I would cry and wonder the purpose of life was. Some of the things I thought and did are so terrible that I hate thinking about them, like really hate thinking about it.

But it was one day, when I felt like the weight of the world was on me, (when it really wasn't), I realized how much I needed God. I need him desperately. It was the one day that God finally got through to me. He was telling me, "Why are you running? You know you can't make it without me!" I wouldn't listen to Him, even though I knew He was right.

And now... a half a year later, I just can't get enough for him! I see Him everyday. Like Saturday, when our computer was still broke down. Ellie prayed that Dad would find some way to write his sermon, and less than half a hour later, Mom called us. She said it was fixed! Even just little things like that make a big difference in my life! I am still learning so much and I still get depressed sometimes, but I have found my reason to live! Jesus.

That's why I am forever changed.


  1. Thanks that means alot!! But I don't think that I'll get a grammy award or be on dancing with stars!!


  2. You will always be my precious girl!! I love you Sarah! Keep on being you.


  3. Great to read your thoughts Sarah. Keep up the good work.

    Pastor Phil

  4. We have a lot in common! :~D

    What a wonderful story! Very similar to mine! :~)

  5. Hi Sarah! I just came across your blog and I love it! I love your design, it is so cute! We have so much in common! :)

  6. Hey, Sarah! That is an awesome testimony, and a lot like my own! I never could figure out how to give my testimony before.. but this gives me some ideas!

    Ruth (your sister's blogging partner over at "Girls Living for God's Glory"

  7. Wonderful testimony Sarah! I really enjoy reading your blog!

  8. I love this blog name, and your testimony. So beautiful! <3


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