A Solace for My Soul ‘ Mandy SA

“Within a few minutes (of listening to Vision Radio) I literally felt a massive sense of peace.”

“My thoughts were being replaced with things that were lovely, true, and praiseworthy.”

This is Mandy who’s been listening to Vision Radio for about 2 years after having a session or two with a Christian counsellor.

“She suggested it might be helpful for me as I had about a 40-minute commute to work.”

“I was finding my mind was starting to drift during that commute and I was thinking about the memories to the circumstances surrounding that particular counselling issue.”

Mandy, who’s a nurse, said there was no other positive alternative other than Vision Radio that would be helpful to her.

“I could only get ‘Vision’ in my car and that was probably fine as that was all I was really needing it for,” Mandy admitted.

“Within a few minutes (of listening to Vision Radio) I literally felt a massive sense of peace.”

So listening every day my long commute wasn’t becoming an anxious time for me. It was actually becoming a really worshipful time.

“My thoughts were being replaced with things that were lovely, true, and praiseworthy.”

“It’s become what I’d call a solace for my soul.”

 

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