The Wages Of Sin by Jesse Hendley

THE WAGES OF SIN
Jesse M. Hendley
October 11, 1907---November 30, 1994
1 Corinthians 6:9-11

First Corinthians 6:9-11 says, "Know ye not that the
unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God. Be
not deceived. Neither fornicators nor idolaters nor
adulterers nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves
with mankind, nor thieves nor covetous, nor drunkards,
nor revilers, nor extortioners shall inherit the
Kingdom of God. And such were some of you, but ye are
washed, but ye are sanctified, but ye are justified,
in the name of the Lord Jesus and by the Spirit of our
God."

People cannot live in sin and inherit the Kingdom of
God. There is one thing certain, we are wrong with God
if we are living in sin. If there is a shadow between
us and God, we had better get rid of that shadow, for
soon we are going to meet the Lord, meet Him at His
coming or meet Him at death, one of the two, and it
seems that the coming of the Lord is drawing very
nigh.

Last night I heard a man of God, a serious student of
the Word of God, say that he believed he would live to
see Jesus come. That is an interesting thing. He said,
"I'm ready to die if He should tarry for awhile, but I
believe that the coming of the Lord is drawing very
nigh." How many of God's people feel that way today as
they bend over the prophecies of the Word of God and
see current events as they are? We must believe that
the coming of Jesus is very soon. He said we are to
encourage one another with these words, and so much
the more as we see the Day approaching. Friend, are
you ready to meet Him?

The first statement we have here is, "The unrighteous
shall not inherit the kingdom of God." Unrighteous
people, people who are not right with God and their
fellowmen, cannot inherit God's kingdom. The second
thing is a catalogue of sins that will shut people out
of the kingdom of God. I want to ask you if you are
committing such sins. The third thing is ...


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