Naaman

25:50   •   2014   •   Topics:

Franklin Graham’s message from Knoxville, TN – 2008

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  1. Lillie Coleman says:

    like the sermons.

  2. K. Muldoon says:

    More than fifty years ago, as a youngster I laid in my bed, huddled under my blankets, with a transistor radio on Sunday evenings and listened to, among other gospel programs, The Hour of Decision. The messages I listened to as a pre and early teen had a profound impact on my life. I would like to say that I have lived every moment of my life since that time in close relationship with the Lord, but I cannot. I have wandered and squandered, and created some sad messes that live on to this day. However, I know, and have known that God has loved me, albeit, undeservedly, and for that I am grateful. I just knelt, as I did so many years ago at an altar in our church, and asked God for a renewal in my life and walk with Him, a redemption that would allow me to draw nearer to and serve Him in some meaningful way. I’d like to begin with my marriage, and my relationships with my daughters. My greatest calling on a spiritual level is to be in right relationship and communion with the Lord. My greatest calling on a human level is to train up my girls in the way that they should go so that as they grow older they will not depart from it, and to lead others to the Lord by Word, service and example.
    Thank-you for the continued sharing of, The Hour of Decision, and God Bless you!
    K. Muldon

  3. Steven says:

    I was very touched by the Naaman story. I can’t even explain it. Franklin has a great voice for God. I hope Billy is doing well. Thank you all for your ministry.