I Am The Way by Jesse Hendley

I AM THE WAY
Sermon By Dr. Jesse M. Hendley
October 11, 1907---November 30, 1994

Delivered at
Colonial Hills Baptist Church
December 23, 1945 A. M.

In the 14th chapter of John's Gospel, Verse 6, Jesus
Christ, in the shadow of the Cross, answered a serious
question.

"Thomas saith unto Him, Lord, we know not whither thou
goest; and how can we know the way? Jesus saith unto
him, I am the way, the truth, and the life; no man
cometh unto the Father but by me.

Jesus had told his disciples that He was going away.
These words were spoken in the very shadows of the
Cross. Jesus, approaching certain death, makes this
marvelous statement: "I am the way!" If you heard a
dying man say, "I'm the way," you'd say he was
demented. But Jesus said, "I am the way!" He IS the
way, because He died and has risen again. He arose on
the third day and later went back to Heaven, and now
He is at God's right hand. HE IS THE WAY. There is no
other. "I am the way," those four words of Jesus, are
the subject of this hour.

Let us pray. "Our Father, we thank Thee this morning
that Thou art our God. We thank Thee that everything
that we are, or have, or hope to be, is wrapped up in
Jesus. We thank Thee that we know The Way. There are
millions who do not know The Way. Some haven't heard
about The Way, Lord, and we are thinking about
missions this morning. We pray, Lord that we will go
out and tell people about the way to Heaven, the way
out of Hell, the way out of sin, the way of salvation,
the way to eternal life, the way to happiness and
peace, the way to blessing eternal. Oh, may we go out-
--with burning hearts and tell people about Christ,
the Way. If any of us in this room this morning
haven't Christ, the Way, may the Spirit of God speak,
Lord, and may we realize our alarming, dangerous
condition, and flee to Him and we will thank Thee for
what Thou wilt do for us, in His Name. Amen."

Jesus said, "I am the way. ...


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