Personal testimonies from real Christians all over the world.
Hilda Broks was a quiet, artistic girl who grew up in North Norway. As a young girl, she sensed God working in her, and at 17, she gave her heart to Him. A few years later, she became gripped of a life of victory over sin. When she was 25, her work transferred her to Bergen, where she found herself alone with practically no one of the same faith and conviction around her.
In 1917 she wrote, “God’s ways are not our ways. Here in solitude I have learnt many valuable things of God. True age and true gray hair come from wisdom, and in God’s kingdom you can have this gray hair in your earliest youth.
Hilda was an active coworker of God despite her young age. Because of her deep desire and willingness to give up her self-will to fulfill God’s desire, she also led others to faith in the same overcoming life. Despite her short life (she succumbed to Spanish flu at age 28), Hilda was an incredible example, and has left behind a number of songs that reveal her intense longing for more of God’s nature, and which are still a source of inspiration today. (Hilda, pictured here a year before she died) SWIPE LEFT 👉 to read a snippet from one of her songs #HistoricSnapshot