If that question was to me, not on this site but years ago (maybe 15 even) at a conference in PA. Very strong and true to God's Word. Why? Do you have a suggestion/help for me?Edit: Sorry, I have heard A Warning to America.
Hi Joan,Your comment here reminded of of Keith Daniel's preaching.
I am thinking that simple repetition of the Word of God is important (for sticking and saturation). Like the difference between quoting the Word in a message (as part 2 of an argument or proof of a point) and speaking it, publishing it, proclaiming it, if this makes sense.
He was at the Revival Conference 2007 in Canton, OH. Many people could not bear hearing the Word through him and walked out.
_________________Paul Frederick West
Yes, I was sitting near the back row so I had a view of almost the entire sanctuary.Listening to his sermons on SermonIndex is one thing, but experiencing one is quite another. On one hand I thought my heart was going to break with sorrow and at the same time there was such an incredibly beautiful peace - I did not know a person could feel both of these things at the same time.This came up in my devotions this morning:Psalm 119:165Great peace have they which love thy law: and nothing shall offend them.1 Corinthians 1:18For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God.