How Many Sins Does It Take To Send A Soul To Hell by Jesse Hendley

HOW MANY SINS DOES IT TAKE TO SEND A SOUL TO HELL
Jesse M. Hendley
Romans 1:28-32

How many sins does it take, to send a soul to Hell?
You say, "What do you mean, preacher?" Well, there is
a common idea that a man has to have a great number of
sins to be lost, great sins, that little sins won't
send you to Hell, or that one sin won't send you to
Hell. But that idea is false. Friends, I want to call
your attention to the fact that GOD ANSWERS THIS
QUESTION. HOW MUCH SIN, or HOW MANY SINS, does it take
to send a soul to Hell?

I am reading from Romans 1:28. "And even as they did
not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave
them up to a reprobate mind, to do those things which
are not convenient, being filled with all
unrighteousness." They know the judgment of God and do
them anyhow. We read in verse 32. God says that those
that commit these things are "worthy of death." "And
they not only do these things, but have pleasure in
them that do them." They not only rejoice in doing
such things themselves, but also rejoice in seeing
others doing the same things, sinning as they sin,
going down to Hell hand-in-hand, in crowds, with other
lost sinners. Multitudes are going to Hell, in crowds.
I want to say to you right now, friend that you may go
down to Hell with the crowd but your suffering will be
ALONE. You will suffer alone. When the time of
judgment comes, you will stand ALONE! Sinners leave
sinners like rats leaving a sinking ship---when
judgment comes. That's the way it is.

Now how much sin does it take to send a sinner to
Hell? Verse 29. "Being filled with all
unrighteousness." What is unrighteousness? Whatever is
wrong. Whatever is not right. Now you know that in the
Lord's sight, you have done things, which are not
right. You have done things in business that are not
might. You have spoken words that are not right. You
have read books that are not right. You have read
magazines tha ...


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