The Book Of The Revelation (1 of 24) by Jesse Hendley
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Jesse M. Hendley
THINGS THAT MUST SHORTLY COME TO PASS
0ur blessed Lord, we thank Thee this morning for this
privilege of looking unto Thee, of coming unto Thee.
We thank Thee, Lord, that Thou art not far from us.
Thou dost dwell within our hearts. Thou art within us,
'Ye in Me and I in you.' Thou hast come down to share
Thine own life with us, to mingle Thy life with our
life in order that we might have eternal life, the
very life of God. Oh, our Father, why should we be
interested in Thy gifts when we have Thyself, and
having Thyself we shall have all gifts! Yet, Lord,
Thou hast asked us to come and ask Thee for things.
Today we bring to Thee our cares. We thank Thee that
Thou dost care more than any earthly father ever cared
for his child. We praise Thee today that Thou hast
said, 'I will never leave thee nor forsake thee.' Thy
children, Lord, will never be forsaken. We pray today
that Thou wilt bless every heart that is listening in.
Meet the needs of the people, Lord. Above everything
else, draw us closer to Thyself. And, Lord, send a
revival. Send a revival even to this broadcast as we
continue to preach Thy Holy Word, that people may hear
and believe and be saved and Christians stirred to do
the work Thou hast given them to do, witnessing for
Christ to lost souls. We will thank Thee for it all,
in Thy blessed name. Amen.
"THINGS THAT MUST SHORTLY COME TO PASS."
It is interesting today to see what is going on in the
world and then see the prophecies of the Word of God.
In Revelation 1:1 we read these words: "The Revelation
of Jesus Christ which God gave unto Him to show unto
His servants things which must shortly come to pass."
This Book of Revelation is an amazing book. You can
sit down and read it through in a comparatively short
time. If you took the trouble to do it, it would be a
blessing. It would be good to read it al ...
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