Christian Testimony presented by Rev. E. Anderson

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After the accident                                             Up-to-date recovery

Alan Wigglesworth


‘By grace you have been saved’ – Ephesians 2: 5 

You may not realize it now by looking at me but 10 weeks ago I was involved in a traffic accident that left me looking in quite a different way as you can see.

I owe my life to the mercies of God who saved me from certain death as the consultants kept telling me at hospital.  

What happened?

 I was travelling home one afternoon on my bicycle when I stopped on the pavement to make an adjustment to the bike. Suddenly darkness enveloped me and I had the feeling of terrific pain coursing through my body. I could hear voices in the distance telling me to be still but I still did not know what had happened to me. When my eyes started to open I realized I was in a different pace to where I had been originally. I couldn’t understand why I was in this position and in such chronic pain. I tried to move but it was then that I could feel the Lord speaking to me using the verse ‘Be still and know that I am God’. I felt a terrific peace envelope me. 

It was whilst I was in hospital and having undergone surgery that I was told that I had been struck by a car travelling on the wrong side of the road and gone out of control. The car had mounted the pavement hit a wall, hit some traffic signs, and then hit me at about 50 miles per hour, then threw me on to the other side of the road. I was told that had I not been wearing my cycle helmet it would have been certain death.

The hospital staff was amazed at how I could have possibly withstood such an impact as that but it was an opportunity to witness to the saving power of God. 

Recuperating at home and talking to the Lord about the situation, the Lord directed me to Ephesians 2: 5 – ‘By grace you have been saved’. It would have been certain death for me but thanks be to God I was delivered. People are amazed at how little time it has taken to heal, as the healing process has been quite phenomenal, but this also was an opportunity to testify to the healing power of God. Twice I was told by Christian friends that this situation would turn around and work fork for my good – see Romans 8: 28, and I every much believe that God has still got a work for me to do yet. Praise the Lord.

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Greetings and Best Wishes to You!


Greetings and Best Wishes to You!


In writing these few lines to all who have visited the site, just a personal thank you for doing so. I trust that you may have found it both profitable and pleasurable. There has been quite an interest shown on a regular basis and I desire to see it both maintained and increased.  I am learning daily and realize there is much more to be done to make it more useful.  Any helpful suggestions will be welcomed to improve it.


One is seeking to make it a means of help particularly in Christian teaching and understanding and of practical use, too.


A number of people are helping by means of contributing articles and the purpose is to provide a number of things that will be of Christian value and service.


The theme of Prayer Dynamics being introduced is with the idea to prove that God is still in the business of answering prayer in relation to all things. Also, the Children’s page is with the thought of given stories that could be employed in Schools and Church ministry. The Meditation Notes are what I have put together over the past three years and a number of churches use them as weekly hand-outs to their members.


I am hoping to commence also a page of Ministers and their Churches, to give insight relative to their Christian conversion, call to the ministry and what they are now doing in their ministry with other subjects of worth. It should prove quite informative and interesting.


To all who visit the site over the next couple of weeks: a very happy Christmas and God blessed New Year.