We bless you in the Name of the Lord Jesus and may each of you be a testimony to the people who are around you. We build our personal testimony in front of people as a wall is built, brick by brick. As you know, some of you , Priscilla, my daughter, confessed the Lord in her life, and I would like to share with you an experience she had at school, not long ago.
“It was the birthday of a colleague of hers and in schools in Romania there is this tradition of singing “Happy Birthday” for the celebration and the class sang at the first and second and even at the third hour, each hour being with a different teacher. Last class, she had physics and her colleagues, to waste time, wanted to sing happy birthday again, telling the teacher that they didn’t sing to her until now, but the physics teacher, raised stood Priscilla, my daughter, and asked her, directly, if it was true what the colleagues were saying. Priscilla had a choice to make, and she didn’t have much time to think about it. The choice was either to tell the truth and her colleagues would be angry with her or to lie along with them. I was pleasantly surprised to hear that she told the truth even though all her colleagues were angry with her.”