Keith Johnson’s Sermon

I am currently traveling in the US speaking on my new book “A Prayer to Our Father”. This last Sunday my co-author Keith Johnson and I presented the book at a “Prayer and Reconciliation” meeting hosted by Sanctuary Covenant Church of Minneapolis, MN. The event was attended by 250 people from a wide variety of ethnicities and religious persuasions and denominations. At the meeting, the “Lord’s Prayer” was recited in 5 languages: English, Spanish, Swahili, French, and Hebrew.

Earlier that day Keith gave a sermon at the church based on information in our book. This was actually the first time I had ever been to a church service. I am not exaggerating when I say that Keith’s sermon was the most powerful and moving speech I have ever heard in my life. At several points in the sermon I was brought to tears! I want to strongly encourage both Jews and Christians to listen to this sermon, which is posted on the website of Sanctuary Covenant Church. The sermon is called "Get a Bigger Box" from July 12, 2009.

An mp3 of the sermon is also available.

Nehemia Gordon
Reporting from Charlotte, North Carolina


One thought on “Keith Johnson’s Sermon

  1. Greetings,
    I just listened to the sermon by brother Keith. I enjoyed it immensely and will use the keys he gave and apply it to my life and impart it to others as well. May God bless and keep you all.

    In a few days, I will be launching my site, which will reveal the endtimes theme of based on my nonfiction book, “They Hide Amongst Us.” This ministry focuses on the lost, such as atheists, skeptics, and non-believing audiences who defy the existence of God. The heavens opened and gave me a glimpse of what’s up there. You won’t believe your eyes. I warn you, the site is very frightening and a disclaimer accompanied. the site is not for children.

    In the meantime, continue spreading the wonderful gospel of our Lord and Saviour. with love, and

    In Christ,

    Skye Petersen

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