The Sin Of Silence by Adrian Rogers

The Sin Of Silence
Adrian Rogers

Take your bibles please and turn to Second Kings, chapter seven, as we're continuing to think on the miracles of Elisha, and how your life and my life can be the life of miracles through the supernatural life of the Lord Jesus Christ in us. And we are saying that the life of Elisha is an Old Testament illustration to us who are in New Testament times of the abundant life that every child in the Lord Jesus Christ ought to live. And as we've said, our lives ought not to be monotonous, they ought to be momentous and they can be when we walk in the grace that Mary has just sung about. I want to take for a text uh, Second Kings chapter seven, and verse nine., Second Kings chapter seven and verse nine. "And they said one to another, well, this day is a day of good tidings, and we hold our peace, if we tarry till the morning light, some mischief will come upon us, now therefore that we may go and tell the king's household." This is a day of Good tidings and we hold our peace. I want to speak to you tonight on THE SIN OF SILENCE, the sin of silence. Ours is the greatest mission, ours is the greatest message, ours is the greatest master the world knows anything about. Our mission is the great commission. Our message is the saving gospel of the Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and our master is Jesus Christ himself, who has told us that we ought to take the gospel to every creature here upon the face of the earth. And yet many Christians are sinning against this command. And they're committing what I call the sin of silence. And if you are not a witness and you're not right with God, I don't care what else you may do. I care not how faithfully you attend, how eloquently you teach , how liberally you give, how circumspectly walk, how beautifully you sing, if you are not witnessing, you are not right with God. Amen. Let's say it again, if you are not witnessing, you are not right with God, Amen. Now some of your were condemned in your on co ...

There are 33616 characters in the full content. This excerpt only shows a 2000 character sample of the full content.

Price:  $4.99 or 1 credit
Sign up for a Free Trial with and download this sermon free today!