Home By The Esheshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hEfHSXZJX_E
Thank you, HeartSong....tears.....
tears here too. I miss him already.
The thing I remember most was how sweet he was to the children, and the fact that he never flinched.
Truly a Godly man. I was priveledged to drive him around for a few days in Greenock and minister beside him. He was the one speaker that was at every prayer meeting before the services, even on the night he was speaking, there he was, on his knees with the rest of us, spoke volumes to me............bro Frank
The funeral will be broadcast live, for more info see: http://charitychristianfellowship.org/ccf/denny-kenaston-funeral-viewing Also, one of my favorite series that Denny ever preached, next to the Godly Home, is called "The Power of the Holy Spirit" at the 2002 Leadership Conference. No matter what your views of the doctrine, Charity, Anabaptist and brother Denny this is an excellent series. Denny's preaching and teaching have had a great influence on my hunger and thirst for righteousness (i.e., Christ alone).http://www.ephrataministries.org/msg_detail.a5w?vlast_index=SET117Love in Christ's name,Kenneth and Bia Martin
Thanks for posting this song...I have heard it many times and once again in listening to it, it tears me up - it is so sacred. "Being dead yet speaketh" - more profoundly now then when alive? Just wondering...