Today we talk about the difference between testimony and conversion. Many people use the two interchangeably but there IS A DIFFERENCE!

Kwaku explains that the difference between having a testimony and being converted is that someone can have a testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ but still not be converted to the gospel of Jesus Christ. He says that it’s similar to “believing” but not being “born again.”

Justin quotes Elder Bednar who says, “Testimony is the beginning of and a prerequisite to continuing conversion. Testimony is a point of departure; it is not an ultimate destination. Strong testimony is the foundation upon which conversion is established.” Justin says that a testimony is the beginning of something greater and conversion is more like a lifestyle.

David points out that testimony is a prerequisite to conversion. Testimony leads to conversion.

Justin then points out one of his pet peeves… can you tell what it is? Let us know what you find the comments below!

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