The Blessed Man by Jesse Hendley

THE BLESSED MAN
Jesse M. Hendley
Psalm 1

You know, I've been meditating lately on that
wonderful First Psalm, and on the LIFE that God calls:
"blessed." In these days of tension, it is wonderful
to know how to have peace of mind, how to have peace
and happiness and joy, how to have victory over fear
and all the tensions that are caused by people not
resting in the Word of God.

The Lord says in Psalm 1, "Blessed is the man that
walketh not..." (this is what he does NOT do) "in the
counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of
sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But
his delight is in the law of the Lord, and in His Law
does he meditate day and night."

Now God says that this man who meditates in His Word
day and night "shall be like a tree, planted by the
rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his
season. His leaf also shall not wither, and whatsoever
he doeth shall prosper." THERE is a guarantee of a
victorious life! A life of no regrets! There we are
told how a man may be prosperous now and prosperous
forever.

Recently a biography has been published of one of my
favorite men---Dr. G. Campbell Morgan. Dr. Morgan was
one of the greatest students of the Bible who ever
lived. He, more than any other writer, has challenged
me in my ministry. God has been pleased to give me a
large library, and I have studied after various men,
and to them I owe a lot, and I am grateful for their
influence on my life, but I think that Dr. Morgan
challenges me more than any other man! He was a man of
culture, a man of great intellect, a student, and a
great teacher. I heard Campbell Morgan only once in my
life. I heard him at the Baptist Tabernacle in
Atlanta, years ago. He gave a lecture one evening on
the Book of Revelation. At that time I was not
converted. But through his writings, since I have been
converted, Campbell Morgan has influenced me. I do not
know a man who has gon ...


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