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Wally Witnesser of the "Revival Fellowship Centre Assemblies International" gives his testimony after leading some choruses, and before making a plea.


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Re:Revival Wally gives his 3 minute testimony (animated)

Date Posted:11/09/2010 11:58 PMCopy HTML

Moth: I can certainly.....commend you on the clever use of Revival lingo in your animations. Wally's brought out a lot of those funny little Revivalisms common to those giving testamony. I thought the three minute alarm was so funny. They used to stipulate short and sharp and no longer than three minutes. Looking at the pastor's face and the restless shifting from one foot t'other if the testamony went overtime was humerous. When a testamony went on a bit and was a good one with a captive audience the pastor's face was even funnier, after all no-one and I mean no-one must ever outshine the pastor. Before I left someone was puzzling over why people give wonderful testamonies, are used in interpretation one week and are gone the next. Perhaps Wally's closing comments weren't far from the truth. Epi                         
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Re:Revival Wally gives his 3 minute testimony (animated)

Date Posted:12/09/2010 12:00 AMCopy HTML

Heck, I can remember some people who were notorious at giving eight minute testimonies, and then there was an inward grown from everyone because we had less time to sing our precious ditties... or a sigh of relief that we sang less of them.

Testimonies were tedious affairs. In an average hall of a hundred odd people (and I do mean 'odd') we had to cycle through them and the repetition of the same stories was just awful. We'd be desperate for visitors from other assemblies to 'share' their testimony just so we didn't have to sit through one of our own again. Remember we did the same thing at house meetings too. Our unity (conformity) kept all our testimonies pretty similar, and we even had a special meeting every now and again to go over the 'rules' for giving testimonies. 1. Avoid using 'jargon' that the 'wordlies' won't understand. 2. Three minutes please. 3. Avoid the obvious miracles that sound like 'coincidences'... etc.
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