Delirious? Testimony

Okay, obviously Delirious? is amazing. Read this testimony someone wrote in to the band on their History Makers blog. It will show you how much God really cares for each and every one of us, and also what an act of obedience (on the band’s part and on this friend’s part) can do. It can save a life. Literally:

“A few years ago I went to the delirious? gig in Liverpool on the World Service Tour. During Every Little Thing, Martin asked us to ring a friend and let them listen to the song. A friend of mine had been unable to make the gig, I rung him, let him listen to the chorus a couple of times and hung up – didn’t want to waste my credit! That Sunday at church he gave the following testimony: A couple of months back he had started to slip away from God. He had been having problems at home and these were getting him down. He started to hang around with the wrong crowd and get involved in drink and drugs. Things got so bad that he decided to end his own life. He went into the bathroom and picked up some razor blades ready to slash his wrists and kill himself. Just then his phone rang and it was me saying “Mate,we are at a delirious concert, listen to this …”Every Little things, Gonna Be Alright””. Thesong and more importantly the timing of it, gave him hope for the future. He obviously didn’t take his own life and still alive and well today! When I heard this testimony I just went numb. What I did, as a fun thing at a d: gig, saved someones life.I just want to thank God, for working the whole timing out – it was amazing how they played the song, just at the right time. I also want to honour Martin and delirious for being faithful, for listening to God and for making a difference. – Andrew”

This photo is Martin reading scripture at the show we went to Saturday night. Their last show in America.
Mart Smith at last Delirious? gig in America

2 Responses to “Delirious? Testimony”

  1. 1 Jasmine
    October 19, 2009 at 3:51 pm

    wow, that is so incredible….I started crying when I read that….just wow.
    It shows what you can do when you’re actively following God

  2. October 20, 2009 at 2:58 pm

    Theirs is a wonderful ministry, hm? I don’t mean to pimp my blog, but I did upload some additional photos of the concert over here: http://www.boundlessline.org/2009/10/delirious-powerful-ministry.html

    I’ve been kind of heartbroken since the concert, to be honest. It’s sad to see this season of powerful ministry come to a close….

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