“God Knew My Heart”

Vera Abandoned God, but He Never Forgot Her

By Bethany Lockett — Editorial Assistant 

Vera Xu looked back on her past with amazement. For so long she pursued a lifestyle forsaking the God she knew as a child. But in that brokenness, God had a plan to reveal His amazing grace.  

“I was born into a Christian family,” Vera said. “However, my faith in Jesus was not deeply rooted.” 

When she left her hometown as a teenager, Vera left behind any connection with Christianity. But God never left Vera. For years, He quietly prepared her heart to return to Him.  

Lost years

When Vera met and married her husband, “Christianity” was simply a word from her past.  

“I remember the first time entering his home as newlyweds I joined him in worshiping his ancestors, and from then on began a 25-year-long lifestyle of idol worship.”   

In Vera’s culture, honoring ancestors is an important part of family life. She was taught that caring for dead relatives would bring health, peace, and prosperity to her living family.  

“As the oldest daughter-in-law in the family, it was my responsibility to participate in all the rituals,” Vera explained. “Never ever did I imagine that I would one day turn back to believe in God.”   

Vera’s time away from the Lord led her down a path of anxiety and hopelessness.  

When her son left home to attend high school in a bigger city, she constantly worried. His friends seemed to be “good people,” but there was a problem: they were Christians. Then her son asked to be baptized. The faith Vera left behind years ago now threatened to tear her family apart. 

What would her husband think? Would he accept this newfound faith?  

As she nervously shared the news, Vera was shocked by her husband’s acceptance.  

The God who is near

Although her fears were unspoken, God had known Vera’s heart. In His perfect timing, she recognized His enduring presence. The God she abandoned never left her side.  

Vera gathered the courage to tell her husband she wanted to return to God.   

“Amazingly, my husband was not against it, acknowledging that I had served his family and parents faithfully for the last 25 years. To hear this was truly God’s amazing grace to me!”  

But there were still limits. Her husband did not want their life to change. He was willing to drive her to church, but not to attend with her. And the family idols remained.  

“I didn’t know what to do,” Vera remembered, “except pray without ceasing. I prayed quietly and reverently for him.”  

“I didn’t know what to do except pray without ceasing.”

Vera longed for her home to reflect her renewed faith, and so she prayed.  

Miraculously, Vera’s husband had a complete change of heart. He allowed a pastor to remove the idols from their home, and in the process, he heard the gospel. As the final idol left its pedestal in their house, Vera’s husband accepted Christ.  

“I so vividly remember my heart and my eyes overflowing with tears of joy – rejoicing in God’s amazing and gracious plan to bring us as husband and wife into a new marriage relationship before God!”  

God’s timing for healing

As Vera and her family learned about their new faith, Vera discovered BSF. 

“At first, I found everything very challenging; I was not familiar with the Bible, didn’t know what to write and didn’t have the courage to share during the discussion time,” Vera shared. “Gradually, as I prayed, the Holy Spirit guided me to first set aside 15 minutes, which then became 30 minutes, then one hour.”  

This “quiet time of meditating on God’s Word” showed her the life-changing power of the Bible. She finally healed from the fear and despair that ruled her life. She cried tears of joy every time she worked on her lesson that year.  

“Though my heavy heart issues were not spoken out loud, God, in His faithfulness, knew everything; He knew exactly what I needed, and through the prayers of my faithful fellow BSF sisters, the Holy Spirit continued to work in my heart to lift me up out of my worries, fears and anxieties,” Vera shared. 

“Though my heavy heart issues were not spoken out loud, God, in His faithfulness, knew everything.”

God’s timing for us

In this year’s study, People of the Promise: Kingdom Divided, we wonder about God’s timing. Did God already fulfill his ancient prophecies? When will He fulfill others? Why does He wait so long to deliver His people? 

We are often left with more questions than answers. But Vera’s story reminds us that when His people are lost, God is near. When He seems slow to act, His timing is perfect.  

As humans, we struggle with patience. We long for deliverance and are discouraged when we wait. But we know this: God does not forget His people.  

God does not forget His people.

If you are waiting on God today, know that He cares, He sees, and He is near. 

As Vera saw in her own life, “God absolutely knows what circumstances will develop and mature His servants and He faithfully provides all that is needed. When we fix our eyes upon God and His mighty power, then we are ready to see God at work.”  

Bethany Lockett

Editorial Assistant

Bethany Lockett is an editorial assistant at Bible Study Fellowship Headquarters. She is a third-generation BSF-er and native Texan. She joined BSF after graduating from Wheaton College where she studied spiritual discipleship in a digital world.

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100 Comments

  1. What an excellent testimony……. God knows our heart and will lead us to Him. But God!

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  2. We can often backslide, but God is there waiting. He knows the end from the beginning.

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  3. What a beautiful testimony. God be praised.

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  4. Thank you for sharing this personal story which valuable.

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  5. Wonderful and encouraging testimony.

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  6. Thank you for sharing this uplifting story! 🤗🙏🏼

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  7. First thank you Vera for your courage and transparency.

    This testimony so fits this lesson that we are studying as well as our world today.

    Again thank you, thank you and thank you Lord for your plan for our lives and never giving. Up on us!

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  8. We have been studying God’s relentless pursuit of those who reject and rebel against Him. Vera Wu’s testimony to that fact encourages me as I pray for my grandson. Thank you for sharing! Lam 3:22-24

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  9. Thank you as this inspires me to continue praying all the more fervently for my husband to be the spiritual leader of our home and desire to go to church, read God’s word, and be a good example for a grown children and now grandchildren…as I continually pray for myself to do the same.

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  10. Thank you for this very encouraging story….reminding me of a hope found only in the heart of Jesus as I entrust to her my oldest son and youngest daughter. That they too be back to the fold in His time.

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  11. God’s timing is the best. He makes all things work together in harmony

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  12. Vera’s testimony is encouraging. I will continue to pray for my siblings and friends who have veered off the straight and narrow path. Thank you for sharing!

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    • Beautiful story of God’s love “God does not forget His people.”
      I am reminded of that weekly in my BSF where He proves it in His Word weekly and He proves it in our group as we watch Him at work. And even though I may be in “wait”, I’m encouraged by how He’s at work.
      This encourages me as I pray for 2 of my own children.

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  13. Very encouraging 🙏🏿🙏🏿

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  14. This story encourages my heart so much!! Our son was raised to know and love Jesus Christ. We weren’t a perfect family, but always tried pointing our children to Christ in whatever circumstances they, or we as a family, were facing. After graduating from high school, and being responsible to make his own way in the world, we watched as he slowly drifted away from church due to past hurts he had experienced from some leaders in the student ministry of our home church. Disillusioned, and wounded , he began a search that has led him far away from his faith in Christ. This story gives my “mom heart” hope that God is still at work in his life, and in His perfect timing our son, A, now age 40 will one day find his way back home. My heart longs to hear him pray to the one True God, have hope in him, and have a zeal in his heart for him. Thank you for sharing this amazing story of hope, so others can be reminded of the truth that “He will never leave you or forsake you.” Our son accepted Christ as a young boy, so I trust and believe he is sealed with the Holy Spirit.
    Thank you again!

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    • Ronda,
      I went through a similar experience with my daughter. She strayed from God and I was genuinely worried for her. She recently came back to knowing and loving Christ, her faith is even stronger now. God has a plan and his timing is perfect.

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  15. I am encouraged by the story which ministers to my needs to keep trusting God for my restoration. Thank You Jesus.

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  16. Love the God story of restoration. Vera’s witness of God’s amazing grace for her and her family is such an encouragement! I’m also trying to share the Gospel with my sister who suffered a stroke after Christmas. Trust that God knows it all, and His timing is always perfect. Pray without ceasing.

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  17. My life was so busy for many years. I thought I was doing God’s work. Unfortunate circumstances ended that job and I was left with time on my hands. Wonderful mornings where in the quietness and in solitude I came to a better understanding of my own idols. Slowly I am trying to remove them from the shelves and pedestal to bring me in closer relationship with God who knows my heart. In the stillness and quietness of these precious moments I am learning to discern the Spirit’s prompting and make better decisions. I too pray hard for family and friends unsaved or needing a closer walk with Him. I know they each have their journey like me but, that God is faithful and His presence constant along the path of deliverance and for some restoration.

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  18. how do I receive this blog? thank you

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    • Hi Cynthia – visit our blog homepage: https://bsfblog.org/ and you can subscribe!

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  19. Thank you for these blog additions to our study this year. God’s timing is always perfect, His power and yet tender care for us always present in our lives. The time we spend with Him in prayer and studying His word calms our anxious souls. God Never Fails!

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  20. Such great Godly words, I need to be reminded of, again!
    Gods timing IS perfect.
    Thankful that God knows our heart and mind, his plan for us is perfect!
    Thank you for these messages!

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  21. I am always praying fort my children they were all brought up in faith ,but now do not follow it no longer ,they and their families do not attend church or be involved ,it’s hard for me to understand ,and yet I know that God never leaves us. E still and know that He is God,that’s always been my text.
    And so enjoyed Vera’s story ,again a reminder of Gods faithfulness.

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  22. Thank you for sharing your story! It also was my son who first wanted to be baptized under the true Gospel. Then I, too, left the legalistic religion I was raised in. Now I wait in prayer for my husband… He was not as accepting as Vera’s husband, but God is the one working and nothing is too hard for him!

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  23. A powerful testimony of God’s unfailing love. God will always pursue us. Am blessed and encouraged.

    I too am glad I came across BSF. I’m learning more, understanding more and knowing more about our holy God plus I get to meet new friends.

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  24. I am encouraged again from the testimony of Sis Vera. I am a mother of 2 grown up boys, one married and the younger not yet. I taught my children since their childhood and growing years the fear of the Lord. They accepted the Lord and testified, wet thru baptism. They were in the worship team for more than 10 years. Only to stray away from their faith as adults.I am grateful to God for encouraging me thru this testimony. Also he assured me thru one of our lessons that none can snatch then our of his hands.

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  25. Praising the Lord God Almighty.
    Thank you for sharing your beautiful story. This is so encouraging and in some way like my own story. God is so faithful .

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  26. From Vera’s testimony, I have learned that God cares, God sees and God is near.

    Thank you.

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  27. This was so uplifting to read! Praise God! Never give up hope on someone in your life. Pray, God has a plan for everyone.

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    • Glory and praise to God.
      His love endures forever and his mercy is unlimited.
      Surely God’s word is the power of salvation to man and so long as we keep focused on His word, we can’t get lost as it is the lamp to our feet.
      May God bless all the BSF team.

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  28. This is so encouraging! And in some ways, much like my own story! And now, like my own child’s story… I’m in the waiting, and trusting that God’s timing of restoration is indeed perfect. And that He is not far off from those who are His! Pray without ceasing!

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  29. Praise the Lord & grateful to hear there are many who have similar stories to tell about marrying into Asian families believing in worshipping ancestors & idols. This tentimony can surely be used as a testimony of truth for those who are still not trusting Jesus to pray for this to happen to them too. Let us pray together for all of them.

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  30. What an encouraging story of God’s faithfulness and pursuit of us. This is so encouraging as I pray for family members who are not in relationship with God. Yes, I agree that God’s timing is always perfect. Thank you for sharing this beautiful story.

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  31. When we wait on the Lord to direct our path and be obedience to His word, He will bring our gifts to fruition.
    God never left Vera’s heart. She always long to be in His Presence even while still worshiping Idols. What a
    might and patience God we serve.

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  32. Beautiful story. Another example of God’s faithfulness. I can’t wait to join BSF. I need to know and understand more of the bible.

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  33. Beautiful story. Thanks for sharing this. I really needed to hear it! Connie

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  34. What an encouraging reminder that GOD IS FAITHFUL to keep HIS PROMISES. Our waiting and trusting will be rewarded beyond all we dare to hope or imagine. IN GOD’S TIME!!!

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  35. I have been with BSF for 15 years. I have always taken the time to study the notes and the questions and have been rewarded by the quality of the program.

    This year’s new program is excellent but the amount of reading is far too great. This makes me lose my motivation. You cannot expect your members to spend 2 hours every day on this. Like most other participants, I have a family life and other commitments (and I am retired).

    This year’s program should have spread over 2 years, halving the quantity of reading.

    I strongly suggest that you quickly modify the program and reduce the amount of preparation.

    Please consider that your members should not spend more than 45 minutes per day.

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    • Such an encouragement testimony…reminding me that my God is faithful..

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  36. This is my first year as a BSF member and I am so glad I joined. However, I have been a little overwhelmed by the reading and lessons of People of the Promise: Kingdom Divided. The pages in my study book are almost all blank, I struggle with the lesson questions and often don’t answer even though I’ve read the notes and required chapters sometimes more than once. I feel embarrassed to have my study guide opened because I can see that so many others have written so much more than me … I find myself covering the blank spots with my hand. I shouldn’t feel this way because I really enjoy my group and I have been made to feel so welcome by every single person. I prayed about it this morning and almost immediately came across this blog! It’s exactly what I needed, God answered my prayer! I am so thankful to be a part of BSF. Thank you 🙏

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    • Shannon, hang in there! I too had zero knowledge and felt the same way you are feeling for a long time in my group. God is so faithful to help us understand! This year my leader shared Luke 24:45 “then he (JESUS) opened their minds so they could understand the scriptures.” Even now whenever I am just “not getting it”, I’ll pray this and ask God to open my mind and to help me understand. Praying with you for understanding!

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  37. I to left the Christian community as a young man and now I’m enjoying the return.

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  38. This has brought to my study and views of His word, so much needed truths. I will patiently await His works in and through me. May my life and my husband’s life be fulfilled spiritually!

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  39. Thank you! I am concerned because my daughter in law has a similar ritual. A candle is placed next to her father’s picture since he passed a couple of years ago.The candle must be lid at all times. She also has statutes of Mary & Jesus in the living room. My son and grandson say they do not pray to the statues (idols) but I am concerned that these idols attract demons and bad spirits. My daughter in law suffers with anxiety and cries all the time, she misses her father. She spends lot on “improving” her physical appearance, my son drinks too much she nags he drinks. Could these statues and practices be contributing to their turmoil.

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    • Maria – Vera’s story helped me see the power of prayer and patience. We will join you in praying for your son and daughter in law! So grateful they have you in their lives to encourage and pray!

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  40. What an honest sharing@
    It has strengthen my faith. Thanks.

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  41. Wow, this story really puts into perspective what it means to leave behind one’s idols. To those of us from the West (North America, Europe), it may seem particularly “pagan” to honor one’s ancestors with such rituals and artifacts. But are we any better when we idolize celebrities, wealth, health, and success? The Bible defines anxiety as being of two minds, and I think that like Vera, many people are suffering from anxiety because they know life isn’t the way it was meant to be. When we focus first and foremost on one thing – the Kingdom of God and its righteousness – the rest falls into perspective.
    Thank you for being vulnerable enough to share this story with BSF members, Vera!

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    • Awesome way to put it!

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  42. This blog was so uplifting! As most Christians do, I have some situations that are so hard to wait for God’s perfect timing! Thank you for a reminder that it will come when it is God’s time to make it happen!

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  43. Very encouraging l have a future in Christ alone

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  44. I am truly encouraged and blessed by Vera’s story. Our God is gracious.
    I too backslided and married a non Christian. While I returned to God; he remained adamant.
    Praying that our family will worship Him together one day

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  45. Beautiful reminder of God’s redeeming love for us and His good and perfect plan for our lives.

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    • What a beautiful testimony to the love and faithfulness of our dear heavenly father. As I just heard news of my granddaughter, beginning a relationship with a young man of a different faith, and have been so concerned, this is a reminder that God is ever at work in our lives, and for us to pray fervently for one another

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  46. I am thankful that I am on this site hearing your stories..good for the somewhat broken

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    • Kathy – thank you for that encouragement. Grateful for you!

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  47. Truly inspiring story of Vera.
    Wonderful testimony. With similar experience still there are more questions to be firm in faith.kindly let me know how to join BSF.

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    • You can go to bsfinternational.org to find an in person class near you, or an online class.

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  48. Our God is a God of HOPE and a prayer answering Father. Very inspiring and encouraging testimony. Leads me to fix my gaze on HIM and wait for His miracles.

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  49. Thank you so much for sharing. It is very encouraging to be reminded that God cares, sees and is near to us despite difficult circumstances that we may face. How encouraging to have the certitude that He does not forget us.

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  50. I believe everything God allows that brings discomfort, is because we belong to Him & He is giving us repeated opportunities to depend on Him until it becomes our default, for He is jealous for us. When chosen, victory is imminent but must have His Process attached to it. His Ways & Thoughts are above ours.

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  51. Great story!! Great job!! Great God!!! Amen.

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  52. Vera’s story has really encouraged me because I have been waiting for God to answer specific prayers for a long time. There are times I have felt discouraged and empty. But now I’m reminded that God hears my prayers and will answer at the right time. His right time. I will continue to trust and believe in His promises over my life. Amen

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  53. This has really encouraged me and uplifted me this morning.

    Vera’s story has helped me remember that in HIS time God makes all things beautful, and thus I will wait for HIM patiently..

    Thank you and God Bless you as you continue to serve HIM.

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  54. I had the same experience as Vera. Yes, God is at my side for over 45 years when I did not care who He is and left Him to turn toother source of help. He picked us up at our lowest point or before we fall off a cliff. Only He knows when is ahead of us.
    I need to trust continuously every day and He will honor us when we honor Him.
    THANKS BE TO GOD !

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  55. Yes, God never forgets nor abandons us. He always waits with arms open to receive us. May His name be always exalted!

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  56. Thank you Vera & Bethany. What a beautiful testimony. I have been praying to the lord how to introduce my friend to BSF your testimony is something she will connect with

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  57. God will answer us in his own time. That’s what I learned from Vera‘s story, and I pray without ceasing for it him to do so in my life and my family’s life. Thank you, Jesus.!

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  58. I needed to be reminded today of God’s faithfulness. Wonderful testimony. Thanks so much.

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  59. Thanks for sharing that beautiful story of Hope. God is the God of Hope. He loves us unconditionally and cares about every detail of our lives.

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  60. REALLY TOUCHED ME, TO THE POINT OF TEARS. IT WAS A REMINDER OF MY MANY YEARS OF ADDICTION AND HOW GOD NEVER GAVE UP ON ME AND BROUGHT RESTORATION AND PEACE BACK INTO MY LIFE. THANK YOU,VERA,FOR SHARING YOU’RE STORY. GOD IS GREAT

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  61. I am still earnestly praying for my son, daughter in law, my daughter and grandson to accept Christ as their savior. After college they left away from faith. I don’t want them to be perished. That is the only prayer request I have day in and out. Like Saul when they will become Paul I don’t know but I am praying for them to have a discerning spirit, so they know the love of God who has blessed them with everything.

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  62. Thank you for sharing, it reminds me in my past… And praise God for He is gracious God to me and my family. And continue praying for the rest of my family to open their hearts too to know a true and loving Father in heaven.

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  63. Thank you for sharing your story. I’ve been struggling with my husband’s unwillingness to renounce his family’s ungodly influence on him and our family. Vera’s story reminded me to take my struggles to God for He sees all and only He has the power to change my husband’s heart.

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  64. Wow this is such an amazing testimony! Particularly coming from a culture of idol worship, I can evaluate that so many of the things don’t align with God’s word – about prosperity, provision, good fortune, abundance, and the like. Those blessings are from God and we are to seek Him alone – not for the things that He can give us. Thank you for sharing that He is always abiding, His timing in perfect, He is the provider of ALL things, including salvation, and that His Holy Spirit prompts and encourages us in prayer for our family who are lost, anxious, without hope.

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  65. Reading the story about Vera was encouraging for the lessons about mostly evil kings in this week’s lesson was depressing for how can we forget and defy such a faithful loving God who was willing to suffer our sins, taking us through impossible situations. In the old and new testament not only, but our own lives as well.
    i have been miraculously healed. through prayer offered up for me in the class room by members of my dear BSF sisters when the surgeon said it would be a two to three hour surgery it took 10 min. instead, for the mass was gone when he the DR went to operate. Oh what a God, oh what a Savior.

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  66. This is only my third year in BSF….I did a year many years ago when we were on furlough from the mission field, and now I am living in the US again and attending. I find this year`s study to be particularly difficult for new people….some of the questions are especially long to answer, so I hope the three new members that just started don`t get bogged down….we just had three start who have never studied the Bible before! I pray that they may keep coming, even if they can only answer a few of the questions.

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    • Amén!

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  67. Hi, I have been away from God for 17 years. While I was in a deep turmoil and anxiety for a unhealthy relationship, God called me to Him again. He made me meet a group of Christians. They were meeting once a week for Bible study. Few months later I was invited to join BSF. Since then I have been walking on the path of God.
    It was like being reborn again. Thank you Lord for saving me. Amen.

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  68. This is an encouraging story to share about God’s agape love for us and His forgiveness when we falter.

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  69. I thank God for using Vera to share her story of leaving, returning and staying steadfast in prayer with patience and faith. I’ve been asking God for His blessing in different areas of my life, and I keep hearing the words God’s timing. I worry somewhat because of my age but I know God can bless and show favor at any age. I thank God I’ve been with BSF for 3yrs and I love it and I love God and love the classes I’ve been a part of. Thank You BSF and Vera’s story

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  70. Thank you for sharing Vera’s story! I relate to her story so much with a Chinese idol worshipping upbringing. I even baptized in a church just to get rid of the constant evangelizing of my Chistian brothers and sisters by birth :-(five of us) But God was faithful and knew everything. The first time I attended BSF, I was at the bottom of a pit: husband took our two toddlers away and filed for divorce…But God knew! BSF is my place of born again 🙂

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  71. What a mighty God we serve angels bow before him heaven and earth adore him!

    What a wonderful testimony and how our GOD intervened in Vera’s life through his son. We have God who answers his children’s prayers in his beautiful time. And how he will guide us through his Holy Spirit to understand his scriptures.

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  72. Thank you for this true story. It really is encouraging to hear how God is working out his will for his glory. Good news on a cloudy day.

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  73. Amazing story that strength our faith in our leaving God that never leave alone to us!!! Amen!!!

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  74. Thank you for that amazing true story of God’s amazing love! We need to hear those accounts while we pray and wait!

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    • What a tremendous testimony to the power of the Holy Spirit’s silent work in our hearts. Praise the Lord for Vera’s faithful witness.

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  75. Encouraging story of Vera , God is so patient.Thanks for sharing this story. I pray that others will read these blogs be inspired and blessed as I am.

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    • Yes, what an amazing example that worshipping anyone or anything else does not satisfy. Our one and only True, Merciful, Compassionate, and Patient God can fill that emptiness deep inside. Only the creator of the universe, our creator, is worthy of our worship. Praise Him, Praise Him!!

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  76. Thank you for sharing your beautiful testimony about God’s faithfulness! My heart is encouraged and blessed to continue to seek and serve our Lord Jesus no matter what circumstances I find myself facing.God bless you today and always for sharing your story.

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  77. I enjoyed reading the story about Vera Xu’s faith journey that brought her back to the one true God. Bethany did a very good job writing this article.

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  78. PTL for giving Vera’s son the gift of faith and his baptism testimony to bring the parents to believe in Jesus. God relentlessly pursues us even when we stray from Him. He listens to our prayers and cares for us. Let’s keep praying and believing.

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    • Thank you for this beautiful and inspiring story of God’s perfect timing for healing and restoration!

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  79. Thank you for these encouraging words. I love stories with a happy ending. Vera’s story is a lesson to each of us.

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  80. One of my sons is 44 years and has 2 masters degrees in theology, one from Westminster Theological Seminary and one from Yale. He has been married to his wife since the week he graduated from Texas Tech, she has been with him all of these years.

    During his 1st semester at Westminster, he was bitten by a tick that was infected with Lyme disease and the co-infections that come with it. He was treated by the local doctor in that town and considered cured. However, throughout the next 16 years he had quirky health issues arise. 3 years ago he discovered that the Lyme and co-infections never left his body and in fact, he was so ill by this time that he could not physically tolerate many aspects of normal daily life. For example, being around any electronic device that had wifi, or just wifi signals in general, made him extremely ill.

    At that point, my son and his wife sold their home in the huge Texas city where they lived and moved to an 8 acre property in the country where they have no cell towers around, and all devices in their home are wired.

    For the past 3 years, they have had an Online business and been primarily reclusive while undergoing stringent diet regimens and natural methods in order to be rid of this horrendous invasion of his body.

    Today, my daughter in law surprised me with an email. The two of them were catching a flight to tour a in order to take an official tour of a school where he could earn a Doctorate in wholeistic medicine. Since he became so ill, he has taken preprerequisites for medical school. Their hope has been to help others spiritually and medically.

    My prayer request is that God would make His will for the direction lives crystal clear and that they will follow His leading.

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    • Sally – we are praying!

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  81. Thank you for this God filled message of God’s timing. Your dedication to His Word is evident and encouraging.

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  82. This blog was perfect timing for me today. I am waiting for answers to prayers and at times feel overwhelmed. This reading has shown me God’s perfect grace and timing! Thank you 🌺

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    • Me too , waiting on God to answer my prayers on behalf of others.

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  83. What a great testimony, encouraging and full of hope. Thank you for sharing.

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