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Toaster's 1992 Honda Accord

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1992 Honda Accord
  • 1992 Honda Accord EX
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Seattle Silver 1992 Honda Accord   (find similar)

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I don’t know about you but I love hearing people share their testimonies. I hope that you will find my story to be unique. It is not like those we’ve heard here thus far. Here is my story of a person with Christian morals mixed with worldly goals.

I was raised up in Spokane, WA in a Christian home with two loving parent's and two sisters, one older, one younger, I am the only son. My parents had given me my name, Jeremiah, straight out of the Bible. That's awesome!! There were two verses that my parents dedicated to me when I was born,

Jeremiah 33:3, it says,
Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.

Jeremiah 9:23-24, it says, This is what the Lord says:
"Let not the wise man boast of his wisdom or the strong man boast of his strength or the rich man boast of his riches, but let him who boast boasts about this: that he understands and knows me, that I am the Lord, who exercises kindness justice and righteousness on earth for in these I delight," declares the Lord.

After attending church every week since I was born, at the age of 8, I decided to ask the Lord to come in to my heart. My dad, being the children’s pastor at the time, had the pleasure of baptizing me shortly after I declared my faith for the Lord. Not long after I declared Jesus as my Lord and Savior, I was hospitalized with a platelet disorder called Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura or I.T.P. for short. It is a disorder that mimics leukemia, but instead of white blood cells, I.T.P. deals with platelets. My body thinks that they are infection so my antibodies go and kill them. The following website has more detailed info http://www.pdsa.org . I was in the hospital virtually on my death bed, meaning I had no platelets in me. I will never forget the look on my parents face when the doctor told them they couldn’t touch me due to the fact I could bleed to death. Platelets are what clot your blood, so if I were to get a cut or even a simple bruise I could bleed internally and die. God moved mightily and after a few weeks in the hospital I was able to go home. Being that this disorder is idiopathic means that while there is no cure, it is not a disease, I can’t give it to anyone or pass it along to my children. I had recovered to a safe level to which I was able to live a fairly normal life until I was around 16 years old, when I had another episode and another at the age of 18. Although these two hospitalizations weren't as severe as the first, they were still scary.

During the time from when I had accepted Jesus into my heart till the time I was 18 years old, I was involved with “church activities” but never really did much in sharing my faith. When I turned 18 years old and was out of High School, I wasn’t really sure what I wanted to do with my life. So I turned to what I that was the cool thing to do. Street Racing. I was heavily involved with illegal street racing, not really caring about anything but myself. I was part of a car club that would stay out all night, race, drink, and did pretty much everything just like in the movie Fast and the Furious, being reckless and stupid. I received many tickets from the police including a negligent driving ticket by the state patrol. I was getting into trouble with the law. Yikes! It was sometime later that the city opened up the drag strip to keep street racers off the streets. Every Friday night it would open for cars that just wanted to race without getting a ticket. It helped a little but still we would street race because it was the cool thing to do. I had a 1998 Honda Accord EX with, Leather seats, an automatic transmission, I lowered it, put 15inch racing wheels on it, headers, exhaust, and installed NOS on a Japanese Vtec engine. I was one of the fastest 98 Honda Accord’s in town, I was running 14 sec. in a quarter mile with an automatic transmission. I still to this day have the time slip to prove it. A few weeks later I was racing on the drag strip against a 1966 Mustang, beat the mustang down the drag strip and my car shut off. I was like great what now? My car wouldn't start back up. I had beaten this tricked out mustang but now I had no car. I ended up melting the number 1 piston completely, cracking the head, warping the headers; basically I blew up my engine on a twenty thousand dollar car. Ouch! God was still trying to get my attention but I was too consumed with myself and what I wanted.
On January 1st, 2001, I was at a party with some friends of mine at the time, and we decided to go out and steal some electronics and things from a youth center. When ended up getting caught a few months later and I was facing some serious felony charges. By the Grace of God I was able to get a good lawyer and ended up pleading guilty to 2 misdemeanors one for theft and one for trespassing. I had to pay a huge fine and 1 year probation. I even had to be booked in and booked out of jail. I will never forget the look on my mom’s face when I was put in handcuffs and taken back to the processing center. Let me tell you, there is no worse feeling in the world then not only seeing your mom in tears but knowing that her only son has let her down.
After those 2 crazy years, I received a job promotion/offer to move to Atlanta, Georgia. Here God was giving me great opportunities in life and I was giving Him nothing in return but shame and sin. I was still not living for Christ as I should have been. I took the job offer and moved away at the age of 20 to Atlanta, Ga. I was trying to make new friends and meet some good people but I wasn’t looking in the right places. I would go to bars in Atlanta after work, with my co-workers to have a few drinks in hopes that I might find some good friends. I was still not going to church unless I flew back to Spokane, then I would go to my parents church. I lived this lifestyle for the next 3 years.

God was pulling at me to start following Him again. I knew that I belonged in Church. It is where I would find some good friends. God had made it very clear to me that I needed to start living my life for Him again. On January 31st, 2005, I came home after working a double shift, feeling very weak; I had noticed some signs that I was having another episode of I.T.P. I rushed to the ER and was admitted with no platelets in my body again. I was there for the next seven days getting treatment. I ended up being out of work for the next 4 months. It was during this time that I had rededicated my life to Christ and started to fully rely on God. I knew that God had a plan for me and that I needed to follow Him. The great thing about serving God is that He forgives us for our sins. In 1John 1:8-9 it says, "If we claim to be without sin, we deceive ourselves and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness." I was searching for a church that I could belong to in Atlanta, Ga. and had asked God for help in finding a church in which I could serve Him.

My dad was at a pastor's convention in Minneapolis, Minnesota and had flown to see me in the hospital. On his way down he met a pastor of a church who had a daughter that had I.T.P. when she was two years old. I had met up with the pastor after I was released from the hospital and had begun to go to their church. I had attended this church for a couple months until I moved. Shortly after I had moved north of the city and had to renew my license. I had seen a cool tricked out mini cooper in the DMV parking lot and it had a Holyrollerz Christian Car Club sticker on it. So, I went home and did some research and found out that they where a local car club that serves Christ. I was like, "Cool, I can serve Christ and be in a car club too!” God is great; He had introduced me to a great group of Christian friends.

After hanging out with them I had learned that a few of them went to First Baptist Church of Woodstock. So I went and heard Pastor Johnny speak on a Sunday. I knew right then and there that God was calling me to this church. I began to hang out on Wednesday nights with Cross life and attend Sunday services regularly knowing that God had a purpose for me. While continuing to focus of God, I had begun to date a lady and after 2 months we decided to no longer date.

I didn't know it but God was preparing me for the next chapter in my life. This is when I was totally devoted to God and what He had in store for the future. I wanted nothing to do with the opposite sex and trusted that if He wanted me to spend the rest of my life with someone, then He would bring her me. Little did I know that 2 weeks later at a bowling alley, I would be meeting my future wife! I had invited myself over to Becca's place and ended up talking with her about God, and what he was doing in our lives until 2am in the morning. I knew that there was something special about this girl but I was giving it to God. God was the leader in our relationship and long story short, 8 months later Becca and I were married on August 17th, 2006.

We had moved to Oregon so that I could pursue a career in the grocery food industry. I was a newlywed ready to provide for my family. On August 14th, 2007 we welcomed our first born son Hilkiah Lawrence Haffner. Although we went to church when we could, I was not serving like I should have been. I had put my job before God and had lost my focus. I became consumed with making poor choices about money and eventually lost my job because of it. We moved back to Georgia and regained our focus on what we had initially built our marriage on and that was Christ Jesus. I was eventually hired on with FBCW in the Food Service Ministry. God provided a job in which I was able to not only pay bills but I was able to serve Christ as well.

On June 2nd , 2008, I had attended a PR!ME event, Pastor Johnny Hunt had spoken briefly about reaching the next generation and what we could do bring them to know Christ as their personal savior. Dave Edwards then delivered a message from Luke 19:1-10. As Dave began talking about the story of Zacchaeus, I could feel as if the presence of God in the room. Dave continued to talk about Zacchaeus and how he climbed up a tree to see who Jesus was and how when Jesus reached the tree that Zacchaeus had climbed, Jesus stopped and looked up at Zacchaeus and told him to come down. The story continues on how Jesus had gone to be with the guest of a sinner (Zacchaeus) and how after speaking to Jesus, Zacchaeus decided to give half of his possessions to the poor and pay back the people he stole from, four times the amount. Jesus then said to him “Today salvation has come to this house, because this man, too, is a son of Abraham. For the Son of Man came to seek and to save what was lost.” Dave continued with his sermon and the meaning of PR!ME, about how it is our time to live out our collective purpose in the WE-generation. It was at this point, I realized that God was calling to me, telling me to come down, go into the next generation and seek to save what was lost just as Zacchaeus did. God has called me to become a preacher and preach the word of God, to seek and save those who are lost.
On December 6th, 2008 I had another episode of I.T.P. Since I had been having so many episodes of I.T.P. the doctor’s recommended that I have surgery to remove my spleen. This surgery, although not a cure, should help treat my I.T.P. So after much prayer and guidance we decided to have the surgery. On December 24th, 2008 I had surgery to remove my spleen. Since this surgery, my blood counts have been normal, Praise God, and have shown no signs of I.T.P. since. I believe that God has used my I.T.P disorder to keep me in check from time to time and help me in fully relying on God for everything. Not long after my surgery, on April 28th, 2009, Becca and I were blessed with our second baby boy Elijah Robert Haffner. He was born with a hydrocele which required surgery when he was 4months old. Praise the Lord Elijah has been doing great ever since. God was teaching us to really trust him with everything.

Over the next several months I continued to serve Christ while taking steps towards God’s calling in my life in becoming a preacher of His Word. As most of you know in September of 2009, I had an opportunity to drop everything I had here in Woodstock and pursue my calling in becoming a preacher. There was an opportunity to go and serve with my dad in starting a church where a local pastor had a vision to plant 20 churches in the northwest. He had promised my dad and me both salaries and benefits. When wife and I arrived up there, we never saw any of that. The church building was suppose to be covered for six month, come to find out it was never paid. We went to make a purchase for a ministry project and found out that our church bank account had been cleaned out of all our church tithes and offerings. Long story short, my wife and I were hurt by the fact that a man of who claimed Jesus as his Savior would lie, cheat and deceive us, but just because we never received the promises of man we weren’t going to stop doing what God had called us to do and that was to preach God’s Word. We are not promised tomorrow, we must sew everything into as many people as we can while we are here. My dad reminded me of that statement when our first born Hilkiah had an hour long seizure and spent 3 days in Pediatrics ICU. They did numerous test but Glory to God they all came back normal and he was sent home directly from ICU. It was shortly after this event that my dad and I, along with a solid core group of long time friends/followers of Jesus Christ, decided it was best to cut our ties from the church and start a new church from ground zero. My dad and I talked and came to agreement that, when we got the church up and running, our family would move back to Georgia. So we did just that. We helped my dad start a church and they are running about 50-55 with children every Sunday. To God be the Glory! Although my wife and I were hurt from the acts of man, we still kept our focus on serving God, but it was decided that it would be best for us and our family to move back to Woodstock, where we knew there was a God honoring pastor and a God loving church.

God is truly amazing for the blessings in life, good and not so good. I thank Him for everything He has given me, including His only son so that we may have eternal life!

My encouragement for you is that no matter what life may bring your way, know this; it says in Jeremiah 29:11
11 For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

God Bless,
Your Humble Servant,
Jeremiah Haffner



 


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  1. rx7x70 03.17.09 @ 7:51 am |

    Hey wazzup dude. I figured i'd drop you a line and some words of encouragement. Be blessed in all you do. In your commings in and going out.

    Rudy