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I Know I've Been Changed!
By Evangelist, Jerome T. Green

To Any Single Christian Ladies:
I have a question, ladies. Have you been broken or walked on? Have your heart trampled, torn, and left in pieces?
"So have I."

Have you been hurt, left feeling lost and confused by the one you thought was sent by God?
"Me too!"

Had Satan had you so ditched and tangled up in His lies to where you didn't know which way was up or down?
"I've been there. Done that too!"
I found out this was nothing more than a smokescreen from Satan. Just to distract me from my blessing God has in store for me.

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Evangelist, Jerome T. Green. I'm a 38-year-old single Christian African-American male. At this time, I'm without a picture. So allow me to describe myself. I'm 5'8 1/2", 200 pounds. Yes, I'm a big teddy bear. ;P Medium to dark skinned. My hair is cut into a bow, fade dark brown eyes.

Things I enjoy doing: I'm an awesome cook. I love to travel, go to church, concerts, stage plays, the movies. Study my Bible. Enjoy writing and singing music.

I'm a family man. And now that I'm walking to my deliverance, I'm ready for my woman of God.

If this is you, feel free to contact me. You can leave me comments, but the fastest way to write me direct is:

Jerome T. Green #1374471
Estelle Unit 264 FM 5478
Huntsville, Texas 77320

I will respond to your comments. I will write you back.

Thank you for stopping by. Here's my testimony of what and where God has brought me.

“Fear not, for I have redeemed you; I have called you by name, you are mine. When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and through the rivers, they shall not overwhelm you; when you walk through fire you shall not be burned, and the flame shall not consume you. For I am the LORD your God."
—Isaiah 43: 2-3

I pray that through my testimony, eyes will be opened, minds transformed. Chains broken. And the lie of Satan exposed. My testimony is as follows:

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