R.T. Kendall


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July 13, 1935

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Franklin Graham

I first met Franklin Graham eighteen years ago, but I have not known him well. He was on TBN USA representing Samaritan’s Purse. I was on the same show being interviewed by Paul and Jan Crouch about my recent meeting with Yasser Arafat in July 2002. I have not seen Franklin since until yesterday when I was invited to a luncheon in London with church leaders who are supporting his meetings in se...

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“The happiest pillow on which you may rest your head is the knowledge of God's will. I cannot imagine a more miserable situation than consciously to be out of God's will.”
R.T. Kendall

“grief. We do and say strange things—sometimes bizarre things—when we are swallowed up in grief. No one should be hard on us when we say thoughtless and selfish things when we are in grief. Both Mary and Martha accused Jesus of being the cause of their brother’s death by not responding immediately to their request: “Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died” (John 11:21, 32). Jesus did not rebuke either of them. Instead, He wept with them (see John 11:35). So with all of us. He knows our frame; He remembers we are dust.”
R. T. Kendall, These Are the Days of Elijah: How God Uses Ordinary People to Do Extraordinary Things

“Martin Luther spent two hours a day in prayer. John Wesley spent two hours a day in prayer. According to a recent poll taken on both sides of the Atlantic, the average church leader, pastor, priest, evangelist, teacher today spends four minutes a day in prayer and you wonder why the church is powerless.”
R.T. Kendall, Holy Fire: A Balanced, Biblical Look at the Holy Spirit's Work in Our Lives
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