Naked and Not Ashamed

We've Been Afraid to Reveal What God Longs to Heal
Narrated by: Carey Conley
Length: 5 hrs and 34 mins
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"Someone, quick! Call the supper to an end and tell us who you really are beneath your churchy look and your pious posture. Tell us something that makes us comfortable with our own nudity. We have carefully hidden our struggles and paraded only our victories, but the whole country is falling asleep at the parade!"

Be prepared to be challenged by Naked and Not Ashamed as you have never been challenged before! Here, Bishop T.D. Jakes calls for believers to strip away all layers of superficiality, religious reasonings, and pious pretendings. We need to be real - to be honest before God and man. Our example, Jesus Christ Himself, ministered and died in total openness before us. How can the hurting around us receive help and healing unless we too are naked and not ashamed?

©2008 T.D. Jakes (P)2008 T.D. Jakes
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  • 04-28-20

Naked and not ashamed

It may be good content but, nothing like hearing it from the author himself really. Just not the same passion. Doesn’t feel the same. T.D. Jakes should read his own experience and in all his books. As it’d be more realistic, relatable and understood.