A Biblical Picture Of A Life Without God by Dr. Ed Young

(Transcribed from actual tape) November 27, 1983 AM


Romans 1:24-32

Let"s pr-ay togetiTe-r-. "Ou'r @-avenly ir-ather, as we oper. Thy Word we're a-!ways

humbled by Thy divine truth. We ask that Thy Holy Spirit will direct our

thinking. Just plunge deep into our hearts and our minds and our lives cleanse

and touch and heal, forgive and enlighten. Father, You speak. Let me get out

of the way so that Thy Word and Thy holy and divine message may be heard, re-

ceived and understood and incorporated into our lives. Change us, Lord. Re-

make and reshape us, Dear Father. This is our prayer offered in the name of

Jesus Christ, our Savior and our Lord. Amen."

Some messages are pleasant to deliver. Some messages are oh so difficult

to deliver. A young man applied for a job at Western Union. They had an

opening for a messenger boy. He made an impression on the manager, and the

man was about to offer him the job when the young man said, "I have one strange

quirk of personality. An unusual characteristic. I cannot deliver bad mess-

ages. Telegrams that would speak of death or misfortune or tragedy, I'll not

be able to deliver them. But," he said, "messages that deal with congratula-

tions or success or birthdays or anniversaries or words of praise, I only want

to deliver those types of messages. I'm sure the manager looked at the young

man and said, "I can't give you the job. Because our telegrams sometimes bear

good news, and sometimes bears bad news. You have to deliver ALL kinds of



The servant of God, the one who seeks to rightly divide the word of truth

in the Bible cannot be like that Western Union messenger boy. My message

this morning as we are studying in the book of Romans is a frightfu ...

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