If He did it for them He can do it for you! One of the greatest, simplest & most practical ways for us to build our faith is to simply hear what God is doing in the live of others. The testimony of another should never provoke us to disappointment or jealousy, but rather inspire us to hope, believe, and trust that God is actively involved in His people’s lives, and what He’s done before He can do again. 


I have been praying for a cyst that I have had for over 4 years. I was often embarrassed when people would ask, “What’s wrong with your neck?” I had seen a doctor and he measured the cyst to be 25 mm. He offered to operate and remove, but I told him I would pray about it. One Sunday Pastor Chant was praying for supernatural healing and he said someone was receiving it now. Without hesitation I grabbed my throat to see if the cyst was still there; it was. But I wasn’t discouraged, I knew God healed me. Two weeks later Mateo (one of the church staff members) came on stage and prayed once again for supernatural healing and said that God was ready for healing to manifest in our lives. I immediately grabbed my neck again and praise God, this time it is gone! God is so very good!


I am a new member of Covenant Life, and during the first service I attended we did something I had not seen before. While taking up the tithes and offerings, a church leader led us in corporate declarations. I have been in church my whole life and never done this, so naturally I was reluctant. However, I participated anyways. I told my wife that surprisingly it felt different when I sowed that seed. One of the declarations says we are believing the Lord for “positions and promotions.” In less than 6 months time I received a promotion in my job that I have sought out for 2 years. Not only that, but my wife and I own a business that in the same amount of time has literally tripled! That’s God! I am now a firm believer in the power of language in our lives, & have begun declaring truth and hope over my life everyday, knowing that God is working on our behalf.


For 8 years I have been praying that my younger brother would attend church. A short while ago, Pastor Chant issued a challenge during our chair-ity fundraiser to acquire new chairs for the sanctuary. He asked us, if we were able, to purchase a chair for each member of our household, and an extra one for a lost loved one. At the time, I wasn’t financially able to give an offering of this size, especially because I have a larger family. But God spoke to me and asked me to save and sacrifice. The following week I gave my offering for the chairs and that day I received a phone call that my brother had attended church for the first time in 8 years.