God's Dealings With Nations And With Individuals (3 of 3) by Jesse Hendley
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Jesse M. Hendley
Now, friends, if you have your Bibles, turn with me to
Judges, the 6th chapter, and we are studying today
God's dealings with nations and with individuals,
particularly with nations just now.
We found out in Judges 6:1 (as we recapitulate) that
the children of Israel DID EVIL in the sight of the
Lord and the Lord delivered them into the hand of
Midian for seven years. We learned that SIN is
whatever GOD SAYS is wrong. He is the only one capable
of judging and telling us what sin IS. So you and I
are incapable of judging what sin is. If you make your
OWN standard of what sin is, and what sin is not, how
to live and how not to live, it is going to be a false
judgment, for you are incapable of making it. I am
incapable of making it. The only Person capable of
telling us "WHAT SIN IS," is GOD, for He is the only
perfect Person, the One Who is absolutely holy and
unbiased and perfect. Evil is anything that is wrong
IN GOD'S SIGHT. Now notice, when a NATION does evil,
then judgment always follows. The children of Israel
did evil in the sight of the Lord and the Lord
delivered them into the hand of Midian seven years.
Now we have already studied that whenever a nation
does evil GOD SENDS JUDGMENT. There are various kinds
of judgments He sends. Famine is a judgment. War is a
judgment. Depression is a judgment. And on and on we
can go. At this present time we know our nation is
deep in sin because of the repeated crises and the
danger of the greatest war in the history of the
world. Instead of us being at peace, the major portion
of our national income must go into the preparation of
weapons of destruction, for destroying people. Our
diplomats fly frantically hither and yon trying to
work out a peace and ward off the greatest war in
history which scientists and military men have told us
will mean the end of c ...
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