I was born December 19, 1996, into a nominal Christian family in Myanmar. We are four siblings in the family. My father is a farmer and mother is a housewife. Along with my parents, I used to attend the Sunday school.
As a young child, I often helped my parents in their domestic work. As years went by, I was involved in various church activities. However, I had a wrong perception that salvation could be achieved through good deeds. Hence, I used to do good deeds to please God. But I always felt emptiness within.
One particular day, I suffered from a severe sickness. My parents took me to the hospital for treatment, but I was not healed. While in the sickbed, one day I had a frightening sense of hell and fear gripped my heart. After sometime, my father invited a pastor to pray for me. As he prayed, the Lord healed me. This miracle became a turning point in my life. So I confessed my sins and received Jesus as my personal Savior.
I then attended the church services regularly and contemplated on God’s Word. I was filled with passion to share the Good News to the lost who were heading toward hell. In due time, He confirmed me of my calling. Thus, I joined a GFA Bible School to study God’s Word.
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