Forsaking God by Jesse Hendley

FORSAKING GOD
Jesse M. Hendley
Deuteronomy 32:15, Jeremiah 17:5, Ezekiel 3:20, 18:24
Matthew 13:20, Luke 11:24, John 15:6

What a sin it is to FORSAKE GOD. Let us listen to the
Word of God earnestly today, as God wants to speak to
our hearts. Let us consider these things and find the
way back to God today. May the Scriptures penetrate to
your heart, and may you find the Lord as we come to
the close of this broadcast.

"Apostasy" is an awful word that means departure from
God, leaving God out of one's life. In Deuteronomy
32:15, we read, "He forsook God which made him and
lightly esteemed the Rock of His Salvation." He
forsook God! Oh, what a terrible commentary that is,
and yet it has been written after the names of
thousands upon thousands of people. The recording
angel has written down, "This man started off with
God. He went to church and Sunday School when he was
young. He made a confession of faith in Christ, and
was baptized, and he worked for the Lord. Then there
came a time in his life, sometime later, when he
forsook God. He left God out of his life. He lightly
esteemed the Rock of His Salvation."

Let me call your attention to that word ROCK. Rock is
a word that means something that is firm and durable,
and here it means something you can build on for
eternity. Here is God, the Rock of our Salvation.
There is no other Foundation but Him. And to forsake
Him is to forsake that which is permanent and abiding
and durable for that which is transitory and passing
away. Apostasy from God! Are you among those today who
have turned from Him? May the Lord help you today if
you have done that, and may you turn back to the Lord
Jesus Christ before it is too late for your soul.

Then again we read, in Jeremiah 17:5, "Cursed is the
man that trusteth in man and maketh flesh his arm to
lean on:" Flesh? Well, that is all that man is, apart
from God. What flesh can you lean on? Your loved ones
are j ...


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