Blind Girl Who Loves Jesus

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Location: West Bloomfield, Michigan
About Me
My name is Deborah Adeniji. I'm a visually impaired college student. I was born blind, and because of that, life has been full of obstacles; but it is by the grace of God that I'm still standing. I was born and raised in a Christian home, but at age 13, I made a personal decision of giving my life to Jesus Christ; and since then, God has been working, and is still working, on me and through me. I really enjoyed your programs, because they have really strengthened my faith. I'm not Jewish, but I love seeing Jewish people coming to the knowledge of Jesus the Messiah, which is a wonderful thing, because this is exactly how Christianity began according to the Bible. I'm African, specifically from Nigeria, and my family and I are missionaries from Nigeria; the church that we go to, which is known as the Redeemed Christian Church of God, started there in 1952, and is now becoming international. God has done, and is still doing, great and wonderful things through the ministry of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, or RCCG for short, all over the world. If you can find an RCCG church in your area, that's great. Come visit us and see what we're about. Also, my greatest desire is to know God more, even more than I've ever known Him before. I love studying the Bible, because it has helped me, and is still helping me grow in my faith and in my relationship with Him. And although I know very much of the Bible, there is still so much to learn, especially in this day and age when our faith is being challenged every day. I'm telling you, there is so much to learn. I wonder what it would have been like as a blind person witnessing the birth of Jesus live and in person? And I wonder why it is much harder to follow Jesus in the twenty-first century than it was during the days He lived on this earth? And much, much more. So, hopefully I'll here more from you and your ministry. The Lord will use you more mightily than ever before in Jesus' name. Amen.