I'm confident that as we have gathered together
this morning there is at least one, probably a number
of people in the building, who if I had the
opportunity to talk with them one-on-one about their
relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ, they would
probably say something like this to me. "I know that
I need to come to Christ. I know I need to receive
Him as my personal Lord and Savior, but I'm just not
sure I can live it. I'm not going to do that until I
am sure I can live it. When I get to the point where
I think I can live it, then I'll give my life to
All through these years of my own ministry and
talking with people about their relationship with the
Lord, I think this is one of the main things I have
heard people say. Probably many of you sitting here
today feel exactly that way. Living it is very
important. Living out what we believe about Jesus
Christ and living a consistent life is very important.
I don't know of anything that has been a subject of
conversation and excitement as much as the recent
program, "Who Wants To Marry A Millionaire." The
ratings of that program were absolutely phenomenal.
The producers are backtracking a little bit and have
decided they don't want to do that any more. We have
been listening to the interviews of Rick Rockwell, the
millionaire. We've been listening to Darva Conger.
In the course of the interviews and the conversations,
Darva, by her testimony, said that she was a
Christian. She said she really kind of got in on that
program on a lark. She never had any idea at all that
she would win the contest. She said that she knew,
when it came to the time when the ceremony was to be
done on the television show, that she shouldn't do
that. But she basically said that she just didn't
have the moral strength and courage to back out at
that point. She did something which she knew t ...
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