Such a Pleasure This message was a real pleasure to listen to. Keith recounts how he was converted and what advice was burned into his heart and mind from that moment onwards by an extremely godly man who helped him come to Christ. Here he shares that advice and considers it to be the most important advice any Christian, new or old, could ever hear. He's delivered this kind of message multitudes of times and it's always a joy to listen to. It's also a remarkably funny message, showing Keith's wonderful sense of humour. All the way through, you feel this is a man whom God has saved and has filled to overflowing with His Spirit. Thank God for Keith Daniel. This message will make you want to get into the Bible for yourself!
I am so happy that you are opening a church on December 1st. I was born, raised, and lived in Michigan for the first 37 yrs. of my life. Thank you so much for the recordings of the late Peter Marshall that his son provided before he passed away in 2010. I will keep your plans for the church opening in my prayers. God Bless your ministry.
MLK jr denied the central tenets of the faith!?! I am puzzled by the glowing references Chan gives to King, saying he was first a Christian minister and primarily concerned with the Gospel. I doublechecked and MLK denied Jesus's virgin birth, His Deity and bodily resurrection. Does Chan know this?
Great Sermon! I loved this sermon. I would definitely recommend for anyone undergoing tribulation or hardship, and for anyone who is trying to swim against the mainstream in this day and age. It's a reminder that the basis of becoming Christian was never to enlist Gods help in our ambition, but to turn over our life to God because we over Him everything. I especially loved the line about gold having no more use once we get to Heaven. They use it as asphalt for the streets there. I'm adding this sermon to my favorites.
Great Sermon! This is exactly what I am going though I have been facing addiction for years. I have face sin as an escape from my life. I have blamed so many for my sin I blamed my family and my life choices but never turned toward God. What a wake up call