Popular Delusions Of Unsaved People (4 of 4) by Jesse Hendley

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Jesse M. Hendley
Hebrews 10:26

Now if you have your Bibles, friends, I want you to
turn with me to the Book of Hebrews, chapter 10, and
beginning with verse 26. Here we have a tremendous
statement from God's Word that I know will be a
blessing to our hearts. I have found in my own souls
that I appreciate the searching truths of God's
Word. They help me to check up on my life. I think
it is a dangerous condition for any man just to sit
down and say, "Everything's glorious," and never
think about his own condition, never take stock of
his soul or his soul's progress or his relationship
to God. I think that is a dangerous condition for a
person to be in. A man who reads the Bible
constantly will get a varied presentation of Divine
Truth that will be a blessing to his heart.

Now we are dealing with Poplar Delusions of Unsaved
People, and we are concluding this series today. I
hope it has been a blessing to you. I hope it will
stir us up about our loved ones who are unsaved. I
hope it will stir us up individually about our own
soul's condition. I have been bringing these
messages particularly to those who are not saved or
who are yet uncertain about their salvation that
they might seek the Lord with all their hearts. Now
those who SEEK Him can be sure that God never turns
down those who love Him and seek Him and with all
their hearts put their trust in Him. It is those who
do not believe, those who turn away from Christ,
those who do not go on with God, as a real child of
God will do, to whom these warnings are addressed

Now here is a popular delusion of the unsaved: "I
can save myself. I know I can be saved anytime,
because God's salvation is something I myself must
do, something of MY work. I can save myself. I can
perform this great work of changing my life and
heart. I can convert myself."

My friends, that is NOT TRUE. Conversion is a ...

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