Keith's wife Humbly wrote a Poem about Bible Based Preaching which is what her Husband was called to. It goes : " The Great responsibility within the human hand To preach God's Word to Seeking Souls That they may understand
The Might of God, His Power to Save His Tender Loving Care Forgiveness Through His Mercy Joy to Replace Despair
The Courage to Stand in The Gap A Passion for the Lost Fight the Good Fight and Run the Race Whatever it May Cost
In Africa: Keith Daniel c/o Africa Evangelistic Band P.O. Box 50207 Waterfront, Cape Town, 8002 South Africa Telephone Number to A.E.B. 021-4611718
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Great Sermon! Been in lots of churches here in lots of denominations. Can't recall ever hearing the Gospel or anything about repentance. It's all "ask Jesus into your heart" is all. False gospel, subtle works. It was only when i stopped going to churches and listened online that i finally heard the Gospel.
Duane A. Linn (11/26/2009)
from San Diego, CA
Great Sermon! God used Keith Daniel in my life just prior to my regeneration. It was his vehement rejection of Calvin that led me to seek out Calvinism and why he hated it so much. Because of this, I found the truth of the doctrines of grace and was reborn in spirit(regenerated)
He (Keith) preaches with alot of emotion and fervor.
However, he is still an Arminian (albeit an "old Arminian" in his theology) because he denies the 4 of the 5 points of Calvinism.
The bottom line is that it takes God alone to elect a man to salvation, Christ alone to atone for the sinner and the Holy Spirit to rregenerate the sinner unto new life. Without this occurring first, there is no way a man can repent, let alone, believe.
Life MUST come first.
from Waco, Tx
Be Careful! This sermon is shockingly biblical and true. Keith refuses to compromise God's truth and will not hold back the sword from shedding blood.(Jer.48:10) Listen to this sermon if you are ready to be convicted and filled with the fear of God. Seriously one of the most intense sermons ever preached in my opinion.