The Gospel of Grace in Jesus Christ – Thoufic Khouri

So the miracle happened, that which I needed so much: a spiritual birth. I became a new creature, a child of God. Outwardly, I was still a Roman Catholic. I still wore my priestly garb. The books in my room were still all Roman Catholic. Inwardly, however, I was a Roman Catholic no longer. Inwardly, Read More

Living Water and Peace with God – Mariano Rughi

One day, during an intimate conversation with a Franciscan monk, I had a revelation that shocked me. I discovered that he was going through the same painful experiences regarding the assurance of salvation as those through which I had gone. I began to ask myself, “If the Church of Rome is the true Church of Read More

Twenty-Three Years In The Jesuit Order – Luis Padrosa

After living forty-three years a sincere Roman Catholic, fifteen of intense ecclesiastical training, ten as a priest and a popular preacher to great multitudes, and twenty-three of religious life in the Jesuit Order, I have arrived at the conviction that the Roman Catholic Church is not the true church of Jesus Christ. PlayStop X Share Read More

From Works to the Light of the Gospel – John Preston

I would like to make sure that while writing this testimony I do not bear any grudge against anyone. On the contrary, it is “my heart’s desire and prayer to God” (Romans 10:1) that many Roman Catholic people might see the light of the Gospel as I have seen it and come to rejoice in Read More

My Path Into Christ’s Joy – Charles A. Bolton

I remember on one occasion working in a hayfield from morning until evening under a burning sun, and then, weary and with my skin seeming on fire, going off to a clear blue pool in a shaded woodland to throw off my sweaty clothes and to bathe in the refreshing waters, which were like a Read More

I Was Blind, Now I See – Jose A. Fernandez

One can well understand the hold that the Roman Catholic Church has over the soul of the Spanish people, particularly over the candidates for the priesthood, being brought up since early boyhood in such an atmosphere and with such ideas. That may explain the reason why in past centuries Protestants were burned at the stake Read More

New Life for a Jesuit Priest – José Rico

Christ became my “only” Savior, for none other had died on the Cross for me. He also became my “sufficient Savior” because His blood is all-powerful to wash my sins from my soul. How miserably the rites, ceremonies, and human traditions of Romanism had failed to cleanse my soul for God. PlayStop X Share on Read More

God’s Grace in New Guinea – Jacob Van der Velden

God in His love and mercy and being full of forgiveness came into my life and a miracle happened. A Roman Catholic priest in his late fifties would never have naturally begun a conversation with a Reformed missionary. The priest that I was would surely not! I had never seen a Reformed missionary, had never Read More