The Book Of The Revelation (11 of 24) by Jesse Hendley
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Jesse M. Hendley
Revelation 13 Continued
Turn with me now, friends, to the Book of the
Revelation, chapter 13, verse 12.
We found in verses 9 through 11 the awful horror of
hell. It is one of the greatest statements in the
Bible on the lostness of this lost world. As we
meditate upon this, friends, and believe it, it will
drive us to be soul-winners.
Mark of the Beast
We read here of the people who received the mark of
the beast and had his name in their forehead and upon
their hand. Verse 10. "The same shall drink of the
wine of the wrath of God, poured out without mixture
into the cup of his indignation; and he shall be
tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of
the holy angels, and in the presence of the Lamb: And
the smoke of their torment ascendeth up for ever and
ever: and they have no rest day nor night, who worship
the beast and his image, and whosoever receiveth the
mark of his name."
That is a very solemn word. One of the reasons we
preach prophetic Scripture is to remind people that
when the Antichrist comes people who are UN-SAVED
(people who do not listen to the truth now and receive
Christ) will receive the mark of the Antichrist, and
to do so is to seal one's doom for eternity!
Doom of the Unsaved
We call your attention also, my friends, to this doom
of the unsaved. These are horrible words. I do not
understand. I confess to you I don't. But I do believe
it. If there has been one driving force in my life
that has made me love souls for the forty years I have
been a minister and still drives me at this hour, it
has been the FACT of the awfulness of HELL as God has
revealed it in His Word! I do not believe that anybody
can be a born-again Christian and study these words
and not love souls. I don't believe it is possible. My
beloved friends, we are in this world to win souls to
Now this is during the Tribulati ...
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