I was first introduced to the ministry of Milton Green by our friend, Evangelist James Robison. He said, “You need to hear this man; his message is awesome. It has changed my life.”
At the time, I was in no mood to hear him or listen to any of his tapes. I had heard rumors that he was teaching “strange delusions,” that all he talked about was demons and that “Spirit-filled believers could be possessed by them.” Others told me he misused the Word of God by spiritualizing everything.
Recently I took the time to listen to his message. After the first message, I knew I was hearing a true word of repentance, holiness, and heart purity. After three messages, I was on my face before God, having been shattered by the hammer of God’s Word.
No other message of repentance had so touched me. He said very little about demons there was not the slightest hint of doctrinal deviation.
I am convinced God has called Milton Green to be one of those chosen vessels to bring the church back to repentance and purity. God has given him a strong message searing, searching, yet healing and uplifting.
His critics do not know what he is teaching. Or, they seek to discount his message by digging up something he taught in his early ministry, when he was learning the precious truths God was revealing to him. Milton Green does not focus on demons: his is a powerful message of righteousness and heart repentance. Milton Green is without ambition; he is a humble servant; and his critics are touching one of the Lord’s greatly anointed. I would hope they are speaking against his ministry in ignorance. God help them.
I recommend his ministry without reservation. Every true believer, every God-hungry minister in this nation needs to hear what he is saying. You can listen to him in confidence. I promise you that a spiritual revelation will happen in your life; every idol will come down: and you will turn to Jesus Christ with the greatest love and adoration you’ve ever experienced.
It happened to me!
July 1, 1985
My Lord and Master, Jesus Christ, was a carpenter. My good friend, Milt Green, was a carpet cleaner. Milt had a consuming passion to see the church of today purged of its present per-occupation with materialism and its paralysis of pride; hence, his violent attack upon carnality, which he so often called selfish ambition. Read it and be blessed. Obey its teaching and be liberated.