Journeys of Faith

The journey of faith leads to encounters with God. We can not only know God, in the sense of knowledge, but we can know God in the sense of experience. God invites us to seek, knock and ask for the door to be opened. He stands on the other side waiting for us to turn toward Him. He invites us to taste and see. He wants to encounter you. Are you ready to encounter Him?

The journey of faith leads to encounters with God. We can not only know God, in the sense of knowledge, but we can know God in the sense of experience. God invites us to seek, knock and ask for the door to be opened. He stands on the other side waiting for us to turn toward Him. He invites us to taste and see. He wants to encounter you. Are you ready to encounter Him?

Many of the testimonies, especially among Muslims and people of other cultures and faiths, demonstrate that this prediction from the Old Testament Book of Joel, is taking place today: “I will pour out My Spirit on all mankind; And your sons and daughters will prophesy, Your old men will dream dreams, Your young men will see visions.” Joel 2:28)

This page contains testimonies of faith from many people who have encountered God from various backgrounds. I hope that these testimonies uplift, encourage and prompt you to seek God yourself, or continue seeking him, earnestly and with all your heart. God is available to anyone from any background, as this video montage illustrates:


Following are the stories from people all walks of life and all backgrounds


If you are interested in my journey of faith, you can follow me on Navigating by Faith.

Jesus changes lives.


4 Comments on “Journeys of Faith”


  1. […] If you are interested in some more modern seekers who encountered God, you might like Journies of Faith. […]

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  2. […] have also collected testimonies from people from all walks of life and positions in life here: Journeys of […]

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  3. […] Source: Journies of Faith […]

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  4. […] John Newton, the former slave trader, was writing his own testimony when he said, “I once was blind, but now I see”, in the great hymn, Amazing Grace. The metaphor of being blind and then seeing is describing a born again experience. There are dozens of testimonies (summaries of experiences with God) on this site at Journeys of Faith. […]

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