What Happens When a Zealous Young Mormon Missionary Micah Wilder Tried to Convert a Pastor?
From a very religious man into a trophy of His grace!
This is the testimony of Micah Wilder. A mormon from the Latter Day Saints Church. He was on his two-year Mormon mission trip when he encountered a pastor that he is trying to convert to his LDS Church. Micah narrated: “When I was 19 as you can see that I went into the Missionary Training Center in Provo Utah and went on my two-year mission trip and I actually got sent to Orlando, Florida and what you may or may not notice that Orlando is a very evangelical in Bible based area and I didn’t understand this at the time so I was a little naive as a young Mormon missionary but I was convinced that I was just going to get to Orlando and convert everybody that I saw and be the greatest mission or ever and so I got there and I was being very zealous and trying to convert people into my faith and riding my bicycle and knocking on doors and I’ve been there for a few months and I got a little you know what you might say overzealous in my attempt to convert others because I actually attempted to convert a Baptist minister in his whole congregation to the Mormon Church which I was unsuccessful in by the way but it did open an opportunity for God to begin an amazing work in my life.”
Watch his powerful testimony below how Micah ultimately left the Church of Latter-day Saints and accepted Jesus Christ as his Savior. His story did not end there. He is also on another mission!!! It will be worth your time watching this and make sure you SHARE this page to your friends and families especially if they Mormon or they belong to the Church of the Latter Day Saints.
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