24Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that heareth my word, and believeth him that sent me, hath eternal life, and cometh not into judgment, but hath passed out of death into life.
Scripture Testimony Index stories for this passage
Vithoba was in severe pain, his leprosy was progressing and eating up his legs and hands, but even as death seemed imminent, his powerful testimony was, "But I am saved and have eternal life.”
Maryam had been searching for the truth since she was seventeen. One day, she received a booklet that was a part of the Gospel of Luke from the Bible, that day she encountered Christ through His word and presence. She then made a commitment to Jesus while alone in her room.
Marziyeh finally surrendered her life to Christ after receiving a vision of Him while praying.
As Mr. U read the Bible Viggo Olsen gifted him, he was convinced on the need to seek his salvation upon reading the words of Jesus, "most assuredly, I say to you, he who believes in Me has everlasting life." And U rushed to Viggo, determined to become a disciple of Jesus.
DeShazer came across Romans 10:9 one day in prison, though he had read the verse several times before, something was different this time; he realized that God was calling him to salvation and he laid hold on the Word and sought God's forgiveness. The result for him was newness of life.
A woman who heard a preacher quoting the words of Jesus in John 5:24 felt a deep sense of her sin and eventually accepted the justification of Christ. She believed and knew that she had received eternal life.
A dying woman was ministered to and prayed for, she accepted Christ on her dying bed. Instead of dying and passing "from London society to outer darkness and eternal woe", she passed on from death into eternal life!
When on a journey to Palestine, Sundar Singh became thirsty not long after drinking water and feeling refreshed. This experience made him grateful for the fountain of Living Waters he has been privileged to drink from since he surrendered his life to Jesus.
Frank Rimmer admonished John to run to Christ in spite of his past and though John doubted he could be saved, Frank continued to persuade him with Romans 10:9. At last John yielded and cried to God to save him and that very night, the weight of sin was taken off his shoulders.