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This presentation of Inside, I Trembled has become a classic.

Keith Miller, a businessman, was asked to speak in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, to an Easter sunrise service. Not being an ordained minister, Keith decided to try to get inside Matthew and walk through the events of the crucifixion and resurrection during the first Easter. The results were startling. A young engineer broadcasting the Easter service from the Rose Bowl flipped on his recorder and captured the event.

Thousands of people who heard the honest, poignant presentation have said that God used it to change their lives.

©2003 Keith Miller (P)2003 Keith Miller

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Powerful account - I highly recommend listening to this at least annually. He is risen indeed!

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A moving experience

This is a great first person account of the last days on earth of Jesus, told from Matthew's point of view. Mr. Miller stays true to the scripture, with a few extra thoughts that the Apostle Matthew might have had. Being from Texas myself, I found Mr. Miller's speech homey and real. Those from other areas might take a few minutes to get used to his delivery, but I think you will soon be caught up in the experience and take the journey with him. It was so real to me that I was moved to tears a time or two. I definitely recommend it to everyone who wants to feel what it might have been like for an Apostle at the time of the crucifixion.