Don Piper went to heaven for ninety minutes following a horrific car accident in 1989. Recently on Trinity Broadcasting Network’s “Praise the Lord” ministry and talk show, Don, who was a Baptist pastor at the time of the accident, told the TBN audience how he left his body after his compact car was struck by a semi-truck and trailer as he was crossing a bridge. “I took my last breath on the bridge,” he recalled, “and I took my next breath in heaven — instant death. I didn’t go through a long tunnel to heaven. I was just there.”
Watch this powerful, short TBN video as Don Piper tells who and what awaited him in heaven. You’ll watch this over and over.
Faith is more than just mere words. You have to embrace a conviction that you are qualified to receive what God had promised, because of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, said Leon Fontaine speaking on Trinity Broadcasting Network’s “Praise the Lord” ministry and talk show.
“You can say, ‘I believe God is going to heal me,’” said Leon, founder and director of TBN’s Canada affiliate network the Miracle Channel. “But the truth is that the devil himself believes that Jesus can heal. Having faith that He can heal you is not sufficient. You have to have faith that you are qualified to receive what God has promised in His Word. And faith never believes that I can be disqualified, because the qualification for every promise that God has given you are in Christ Jesus.”
This short TBN video from Leon Fontaine is a nuclear weapon of God’s truth! Watch it now!
Do you want your words to speak life to those who hear them? Do you want to be useful to God in the ministry of His kingdom?
Brian Carn joined host Rod Parsley on Trinity Broadcasting Network’s “Praise the Lord” ministry and talk show to talk about the power of the Word of God in you.
“God said to me one time, ‘I want you to get full of the Word, because the more Word you get in you, the more valuable you’ll be to me,’” Brian recalled to the TBN audience. “He told me, ‘I don’t watch over the flesh, I watch over My Word.’
“But you see, if you don’t have any of the Word in you, there’s nothing for Him to watch over.”
This powerful word from God, delivered by God’s man, will change your life!
Pastor Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, spoke recently on Trinity Broadcasting Network’s “Praise the Lord” program about the breaking that God puts His people through in order to take them to a higher place and purpose.
Pastor Samuel noted that “when we see Jesus doing something in Scripture with bread, he begins by blessing it, and then He breaks it. This is not a coincidence.”
While the breaking process that God puts each of us through may be painful, Pastor Samuel told the TBN audience, “before He puts us through that process He will first bless us, showing His great kindness, and that His purpose is one of love. The best analogy for this would be that the blessing is the anesthesia right before the operation. God blesses us to then operate in us, to do what must be done in order for the outside and the outcome to be whole.”
Pastor Samuel emphasized that “Jesus does great things with things that have been broken. So if you’ve been through a season of brokenness, if the circumstances around you have left you in shambles, if you’ve been betrayed or if your own sinful indiscretion has left you broken — rest assured that you are not disqualified. You see, it’s not about what we do for him, but what He has already accomplished for us. That means if you’ve been through the toughest season of your life, if you’ve been broken, if your dream has been shattered, if your family has been attacked and wounded, then look up and get ready, because Jesus does wonderful things through broken pieces!”
Watch — and re-watch — this powerful, life-changing TBN video!
David Siegel, Consul General of Israel in Los Angeles, was a guest of Trinity Broadcasting Network’s Matthew Crouch and Laurie Crouch on “Inside the Trinity Family of Networks,” where he told about the efforts of the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) to assure the safety of Palestinians in Gaza during Israel’s armed conflict with Hamas.
Mr. Siegel noted that in the 2014 conflict, Hamas fired almost 2,000 rockets at civilian populations in Israel. “We have two options – either to respond or not,” he said. “Not responding isn’t an option, but we have to be very measured in our response, understanding that there is a civilian population on the other side, and that they, too, are being held hostage in the hands of this terrible regime. We have to be very, very careful, and we are being careful, more so than any military has been in the history of warfare.”
Watch this informative TBN video, as Mr. Siegel tells the inside story of Israel’s response to Hamas’ campaign of terror against the Israeli people and the Palestinians.