Readers Enjoying THE GREATEST MOMENT

More readers share their thoughts about THE GREATEST MOMENT:

Rona N. writes, “I love this book! It drew my attention right from the start, and kept my interest as I read. I appreciate the Scripture references throughout—and how they reinforce the truths and teachings in the book. THE GREATEST MOMENT has blessed me, and I hope it will do the same for you.”

After being published, Rona was the very first person to purchase my book. Thank you, Rona!


Patricia M. writes, “Totally awesome and powerful!! Check it out! I gave it five stars. It was just that good.”

“Could not put it down! The Greatest Moment: God’s Greatest Hour, Heaven’s Highest Call, and Your Moment of Destiny is like reading a delightfully guided tour of the Bible with a tour guide who deeply cares for your eternal well being and soul destination. The author freely shares his wealth of knowledge. Greatest moments build incrementally until we reach the ultimate greatest moment and meet our Lord and His Christ. The Bible characters take on personality and the author leaves the reader feeling like you really know them. . . .” (to read the rest of Patricia’s review, click on Amazon at http://amzn.to/1WNxHUm).


Vicky R. says, “I enjoyed reading THE GREATEST MOMENT. This book is definitely inspirational; in fact, I purchased five more copies to give out to friends. I particularly liked the progression of ‘greatest moments’ that led to the greatest moment of all. The author’s stories and word pictures, which are placed throughout the book, added to the scriptural content, making it personal and relatable. My husband, David, who also read the book, concurs. We recommend that you read Dr. Harrel’s book.”


Christopher C. writes, “The title of this book was fascinating. Figured I would give it a read and see what it was all about. The author, Dr. Charles Earl Harrel, has taken an interesting concept of questioning what is God’s greatest moment in history, into a book that has taken this concept beyond our thinking to discovering how and why this pertains to our lives. Dr. Harrel gives great word pictures into understanding this idea in great detail which has led me to a deeper understanding of how profound God truly is. This is a great read—a fun and captivating book. I highly recommend it!”


Jeanette H. writes, “Great book, thoughtful, and helpful in my spiritual journey. I purchased the Kindle version. THE GREATEST MOMENT is definitely Five Stars! You will not be disappointed!!!”


Pastor Katopeka Nkhoma writes, “Many books are written but few have the power to change the world. The Greatest Moment is one such book. Dr. Harrel has written a gem that presents the mind and word of God in a clear and concise way that ignites the fires of faith. No one can be left untouched, unmoved, or uninspired after reading this book. I strongly recommend it, not just for believers, but for everyone. It will answer all your questions concerning God and His dealings with mankind. This book will help you discover yourself.”

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Mike and Marge from Oregon write, “READ THIS BOOK !! God impressed upon the heart of Dr. Charles Harrel to write THE GREATEST MOMENT. He is a devoted and dedicated man of God with passion and insight from the Holy Spirit. Charles kept our interest mounting so we didn’t want to put the book down. As you read you will discover why you have such joy and hope in looking forward to your own ‘Greatest Moment’ with our Lord.”


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The Greatest Moment

Understanding Truth

Understanding Truth

Read Matthew 22:23–46

Charles was new to Full Gospel Tabernacle. He often heard people praying in different languages. He was not against it, although it annoyed him at times. Speaking with other tongues didn’t fit his doctrine. Besides, what purpose did it serve? He still prayed, right? Wasn’t that good enough?

Jesus replied, “You are in error because you do not know the Scriptures or the power of God” (Matthew 22:29).

Phil, a deacon at church, sensed his frustration. He suggested that Charles take a second look at the Scriptures concerning the Holy Spirit, then pray about it for a while. Phil even gave him a list of verses. A few weeks later, something powerful happened. Charles was baptized in the Holy Spirit and began praying in a language he had never learned. Experiencing the power of God firsthand changed Charles’ perspective on tongues.

It helps to know all the Scriptures concerning an issue, but we also need to know the power of God. The Scriptures and the Spirit of God work in harmony to confirm truth. When we leave one of them out, doctrinal errors can occur.

Prayer Suggestion: Take your Bible to prayer. Let God’s Word enlighten you while His power touches you.

Quicklook: Matthew 22:23–32

—Charles Earl Harrel

God’s Word for Today © 2007 Gospel Publishing House. Used by permission.

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How Willing?

How Willing?

Read Matthew 23:23–39

When Joshua took possession of the land of Canaan, he left the fortified city of Jerusalem under Jebusite control. It remained that way until the reign of King David. Although David had a ruling city, he saw the advantage of Jerusalem over Hebron. Leading a daring attack, David captured Jerusalem and made it his new capital. The Jewish people still refer to it as the City of David and sometimes as Zion (2 Samuel 5:7).

“O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, you who kill the prophets and stone those sent to you, how often I have longed to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, but you were not willing” (Matthew 23:37).

Jesus spoke here of all the Jews. They were special, called of God, but unwilling to come together and follow Him.

God desires to gather all His children in unity. He wants us to lay aside our differences and worship Him, to pray together, to work side by side in the harvest, to serve only Him. The call to Jerusalem echoes to the Church today—how willing are we?

Thought for Today: Only at the cross are we truly made willing.

Quicklook: Matthew 23:37–39

—Charles Earl Harrel

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THE GREATEST MOMENT Going to London

THE GREATEST MOMENT is heading to the United Kingdom for the London Book Fair (March 14–16) at the Olympia Convention Center.

The London Book Fair sits at the heart of London’s Book & Screen Week. The fair hosts more than 25,000 publishing professionals from over 60 countries.

My book will receive showcase placement, a half-page ad in the London catalog, and be inserted into the official show bag handed to buyers.

This trade show is another opportunity to reach out into the harvest and to have a worldwide impact for the Gospel.  So, I need some of you chaps to pray that it’s ace. Cheers!

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Faithful to the Fragmented

Those who have been broken by situations and circumstances will find spiritual encouragement in this author’s post.

A Necessary Pain

Putting refurbished praise to rest, I shovel through the negative emotions, deceptive devices of the enemy, laziness, and distractions and excavate authentic praise. God desires to flow through each of us. He instructed that we are as carboniferous limestones, in that we have permeability. In a spiritual sense, God sees us porous, readily available for Him to permeate through. He is shaping and forming our spiritual selves in the shallow but exceedingly deep waters of our lives.The Author of the Universe desires to flow freely through His people. Researching geology, I was intrigued with the uses and composition of these stones. Interestingly, limestones are comprised of dead aquatic life particles, namely the shells of tiny ocean dwellers.  God already knows that our beings are teeming with dead weight; however, He has various uses for us. These amazing stones are compressed, scorched, produced, and grounded for a myriad of purposes.

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Both Good and Bad

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Both Good and Bad

Read Matthew 22:1–22

“Then [the king] said to his servants . . . ‘Go to the street corners and invite to the banquet anyone you find.’ So the servants went out into the streets and gathered all the people they could find, both good and bad, and the wedding hall was filled with guests (Matthew 22:8, 9, 10).

Inviting our friends and neighbors to church is a great idea. They might appreciate the Sunday sermon and enjoy the potluck after the service. Pastors welcome these efforts, but the command from Jesus goes deeper than just giving out invitations or persuading people to try our church. We need to invite them to eternal life.

We must reach out to nonbelievers, extending the invitation to nonfriends, even to the outcasts of this world. We should gather the unrighteous as well as the righteous. Both the good and the bad are invited to God’s kingdom. Both need His free gift of salvation.

It’s all too easy to let a busy schedule distract us from the all-inclusive call of the harvest. Don’t allow that to happen.

Thought for Today: God wants heaven filled, but He needs our help getting the invitations out.

Quicklook: Matthew 22:8–14

—Charles Earl Harrel

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The Greatest Moment

“The world’s methods of determining greatness are usually biased; they do not reflect God’s perspective.”

Quote taken from The Greatest Moment: God’s Greatest Hour, Heaven’s Highest Call, and Your Moment of Destiny


The Greatest Moment

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