The Love Of Christ For An Unsaved Disciple by Jesse Hendley

Jesse M. Hendley
John 14:1

“Now before the feast of the passover, when Jesus knew
that His hour was come that He should depart out of
this world unto the Father, having loved His own which
were in the world, He loved them unto the end."

The theme which we begin this month and will continue
to study in future issues of our paper is "the love of
the Lord Jesus Christ." I have recently completed a
study of the Gospel of John, in which I received one
of the richest blessings in my fifty-five years of
study in God's Word. This series will examine three
types of disciples and Jesus' love for these three
types. The first one is an unsaved disciple, Judas

A Lost Follower

Judas is a type of all people who are followers of
Christ to some measure but who NEVER LOVE HIM, NEVER
ARE SAVED. We recognize ones who have heard about
Jesus all their lives, were raised in Christian homes
and go to church regularly, read the Bible, yet never

I was in that condition as a preacher's son. If I had
died between twelve and twenty years of age, I would
have been a lost soul even though I was a church
member, because I was unsaved. Judas was this type of
lost follower.

Judas in Hell

In Acts 1 we read about Judas, this disciple whom
Jesus loved, but who never loved the Lord Jesus
Christ. My friends, the solemn truth is that Judas
Iscariot stayed with the devil too long. The first
time that you and I hear that we are sinners, the
truth of the Bible, and that Jesus loved us and died
for us, God expects us to receive Jesus into our
hearts as Savior, Master and Lord. He expects us to
come out of the kingdom of darkness with the devil and
into the Kingdom of His Son and His love by believing
on the Lord Jesus Christ with our HEARTS and not
simply with our heads. Judas never with his heart
believed; and he is a lost soul in Hell.

The Lost Discipl ...

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