Romans 5:1-2

Romans 5:1–2 (ASV)

Being therefore justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ; 2through whom also we have had our access by faith into this grace wherein we stand; and we rejoice in hope of the glory of God.

Scripture Testimony Index stories for this passage

Having lived his life thinking salvation could be earned by doing good, George Liele discovered that only by the work Jesus did on the cross, will men truly be saved. Then he surrendered his whole life and purpose to Jesus and set out to declare before all, the joy he had found.
In a brief but no less profound letter, a grateful man writes to Edward Wright, thanking him for kindly sharing with him the gospel of Jesus. The man blesses the Lord for the happy change the Gospel has brought to his previously miserable life.
Billy Graham writes about his conversion experience, and the undramatic, yet profound peace he had throughout the experience even though there were still many things he did not fully understand.
Jonathan's life and the peace it radiated, was a strong aroma to Peter Nasser who was an unbeliever. When he asked Jonathan what the secret was, Jonathan's simple but very profound answer was, "Jesus!" In the months, that followed their meeting, Peter went on to learn a lot from Jonathan.
Years of Buddhist fanatism; self-torture, fame, and the material rewards that came with it, had failed woefully, to give Gikai Watanabe the peace that he so dearly desired; instead the burden of sin only became heavier and heavier, until at last, he decided to try Christianity. The courageous decision to turn away from Buddhism, was tested but having gained the peace he was after, there was no going back for Watanabe; he was now Christ's.
Isa, a Muslim convert from Ashgabat, writes about his miserable struggle with sin after his conversion to Christianity and of the eventual peace and joy he found when the Holy Spirit helped to discover and rest on Jesus' words on the cross, “It is finished.”