My Favourite Segment of Preaching Ever

T D Jakes

Greetings, friends. A few days ago I was honestly thinking of stopping blogging completely, I think out of a kind of resignedness that global events are going to draw people’s attention away from the blogosphere. I have also been contemplating that getting online could become harder as restrictions on citizen freedom around the world increase. I know some people have been predicting food shortages and other difficulties as well. Anyway, I’m finding there’s still plenty I want to blog about for the time being so I praise God for the inspiration and hope my posts are of benefit to someone.

Whatever unfolds in the coming months, what’s important is faith in Jesus Christ, who is the way, the truth, and the life, and who will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead. I am more certain of this than ever before.

In today’s post, I just want to share a sermon preached by T. D. Jakes at Megafest 2013, which I continually return to and find to be ceaselessly powerful and uplifting. I hope you will watch it! The video quality isn’t amazing but then it was filmed quite a few years ago. The first fifteen minutes or so are the section that I find the most moving, but by all means watch the sermon in its entirety if you have the time. Love and blessings to you all.

14 Comments on “My Favourite Segment of Preaching Ever

  1. Keep blogging until they won’t let us get the truth out there any longer. Then I guess we’ll have to stand on street corners. But they won’t shut us up!

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  2. Wow! Great sermon by T.D. Jakes! Thanks, Steven! What do you love the most about what he said? It was all great, but I loved the part where he talked about God choosing the messed-up and unexpected people to use for great things. The woman who had been divorced 5 times, the little shepherd boy…

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    • That’s great Rebekah, and I agree with you that it’s a wonderful thing about God that He uses messed-up people!

      To answer your question, I absolutely love when T. D. Jakes launches into his ‘we’re not taught much about God’ section (near the beginning). The ways in which he describes God are deeply beautiful and really resonate with me.

      Thanks for asking!

      Love to you dear sister! šŸ™šŸ»ā¤ļø

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  3. Steve, I echo what others have said. Please do keep blogging. You have a talent from the Lord and I enjoy reading your articles. Blessings to you!

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