Glorification--when We See Jesus, We Shall Be As He Is by Jesse Hendley

GLORIFICATION--WHEN WE SEE JESUS, WE SHALL BE AS HE IS
Jesse M. Hendley
I John 3

If you have your Bibles now, friends, turn with me to
First John, chapter 3, and we are taking up again the
study of the word SALVATION.

Let me repeat now, for repetition is a way of
teaching. On television when they want some commercial
to stick in your mind, they REPEAT it. They nail it
down, they drive it home. So, to repeat, SALVATION IS
A CRISIS, FOLLOWED BY A PROCESS, and ISSUING IN A
PERFECT STATE. The crisis is the New Birth. It is
followed by a process, which we call Sanctification.
This issues into a perfect state, which is called,
theologically, Glorification.

Or, the crisis is "Justification." When you were born
again God declared you righteous. Just simply from
believing on His Son, accepting Him as your Saviour,
God DECLARES YOU RIGHTEOUS. No longer is there
anything between you and God. Everything is removed,
because Jesus paid it all on the Cross. That song is
literally true "Jesus paid it all; all to Him I owe.
Sin had left a crimson stain; He washed it white as
snow." Do you BELIEVE that? Do you BELIEVE that all
your sins, from the day you were born till the day you
die, were PAID FOR by Jesus, and WASHED AWAY, so they
don't exist anymore? That is why God CAN DECLARE YOU
RIGHTEOUS. That is Justification. You are justified.

Then that is followed by a process that goes on
through life, called SANCTIFICATION, becoming more and
more like the Lord Jesus.

Then this will issue into the perfect state of
GLORIFICATION, when we shall be LIKE HIM, when we see
Him as He is. We want to continue the study of
Glorification today, and I hope it will be a blessing
to our hearts. It is a wonderful study about the Lord
Jesus Christ as our Saviour and Lord. I BELIEVE in
Him, don't you?

There was a German historian who met Jesus by studying
history. Just think of that. When he came to the life
of Jesus in ...


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