The Greatness Of The Work Of God (6 of 6) by Jesse Hendley
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Jesse M. Hendley
Making God Tired
The next sin was making God tired by words. Someone
will say, laughing at that, "You can't make God
tired." Well here's what He said in verse 17, "Ye have
wearied the Lord with your words." We must be careful
what we say, friends, God is listening. Study what God
has to say. It's all through this Book of Malachi. God
threatened Job's friends with dire consequences
because they didn't say the right things about Him.
But Job did and God would have punished them except
for Job's intercession. They didn't say the right
thing about God. They didn't know what they were
talking about. You had better know what you're talking
about when you talk about God to others, friends,
because God wants truth told about Him. That's why I'm
trying to be very careful that I say just exactly what
the Bible says about God. I don't want to stand up
here and tell you things about God that are not true
while up there God who is listening to all I say,
says, "Jess Hendley you're not telling the truth about
Me." Job got on his knees and prayed for them and God
said, "Job, if you're going to pray for them I'll pass
it up this time." That's in the Book of Job.
"Ye have wearied the Lord with your words. Yet ye say,
In what way, How did we weary you? When ye say, Every
one that doeth evil is good in the sight of the Lord,
and he delighted in them; or, Where is the God of
judgment?" There were two things people were saying
in that day about God. The first is "He doesn't care
about morals at all." Now men might say that today as
they see the immorality on the television screen and
in the movies. They see immorality being glorified,
and it seems God sits up there and doesn't care. You'd
better believe He cares. And the moment is coming when
He's going to clean up this world, friends, and when
He hits, it's a blow. You talk about a ...
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