Acts 11:11

Acts 11:11 (ASV 1901)

11And behold, forthwith three men stood before the house in which we were, having been sent from Caesarea unto me.

Scripture Testimony Index stories for this passage

Revival overflowed from a single village to several others within the country. Revived Christians went everywhere preaching the Gospel with remarkable results. Most remarkable is the story of a man who was a notorious gambler, who journeyed on his donkey intending to collect his gambling debts. But God clearly directed the donkey to a revival meeting instead!
When Rosalind Goforth was asked to write a brief story on God's dealing with her, she wanted to be sure will be doing His will if she accepts the request, so she asked God for a sign. And just when she thought it wasn't happening God gave her the sign.
The obvious need for befitting biography on George Müller after his demise became a definite subject of prayer for his son-in-law and successor, James Wright who could not immediately take on the project because of other responsibilities. James' prayer was answered when Arthur T. Pierson reached out to inform him that he had been led to write the memoir.
By being careful to follow God's leading instead of his own will, George Müller was able to purchase the parcel of land upon which his orphan houses stood for much less than the advertised price.
Brother Andrew was praying to God that Klaas and Eduard would join their mission team. Unknown to him, God had placed the same burden on their hearts. God orchestrated events that led both of them to join the team without any interference by Brother Andrew.
Dr. Sung wanted a confirmation that he should remain an itinerant evangelist. God provided the confirmation.
When Auden Lujan was asked by Avis Goodhart to go serve fulltime in Peru, she was unwilling to go. But she prayed, asking for a rather difficult sign from God - and amazingly, she got the sign. She left for Peru, certain that God wanted her there.
A young girl who had been called to serve God in China was suddenly overcome with fear and a feeling of loneliness. While still overcome with fear and anxiety, she hears three strangers singing as they walked down the street and back again, their song; its timing and wordings, contained all the assurance she was seeking.
Just a minute delay on the risky journey to smuggle Christian literature into Romania could spell serious disaster. But on one of these journeys, the ten minutes delay Trevor and Andy encountered was their saving grace from certain disaster.