The Coming Judgment by Jesse Hendley

THE COMING JUDGMENT
Jesse M. Hendley
Psalm 50

I want to speak to you now about the coming judgment
of the world as described in the Word of God. It is a
sad commentary on the world that the MORE the world
rushes on toward judgment, the LESS the Word of God is
BELIEVED IN!

In Psalm 50 we read definitely of the judgment to
come. "The mighty God, even the Lord, hath spoken, and
called the earth, with the rising of the sun and the
going down thereof. Out of Zion the perfection of
Beauty God hath shined. Our God shall come and not
keep silent. A fire shall devour before Him It shall
be very tempestuous around about. He shall call to the
heavens from above and to the earth that He may judge
His people. Gather my saints together unto me, those
that have made a covenant with Me by sacrifice. And
the heavens shall declare His righteousness For God is
Judge Himself." Those six verses in Psalm 50 describe
to us pictorially, graphically, the coming great
judgment of the world and GOD as the Judge of the
world.

THE MIGHTY GOD, the LORD, HATH SPOKEN. Friends, if God
has spoken, then we ought to listen to what He has to
say.

His speech has world-wide significance. It affects
every being on the earth. There is no person, in any
country, of any color or race or profession or
standing, but that that person, that individual, is
AFFECTED by the speech of God. Because of it all are
going to be judged. The rich man will be at the
judgment, the poor man will be at the judgment; the
professional man will be at the judgment; the man who
sweeps streets will be at the judgment; the white man
and the colored man; the red man and the yellow man;
God is no respecter of persons. He has spoken to ALL.
God's speech has world-wide significance. The Mighty
God has spoken unto MEN. Oh, what a sin it is today
that multitudes are going their own way as though God
has never said anything at all! They are paying no
attent ...


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