Choose You This Day Whom You Will Serve by Jesse Hendley

CHOOSE YOU THIS DAY WHOM YOU WILL SERVE
Jesse M. Hendley
Joshua 24:15
May 1968

In God's Word we read this tremendous challenge:
"Choose you this day whom you will serve." Let me
read the entire verse, Joshua 24:15. "And if it seem
evil unto you to serve the Lord, choose you this day
whom you WILL serve: whether the gods which your
fathers served that were on the other side of the
flood (that is, on the other side of the Euphrates
river) or the gods of the Amorites in whose land ye
dwell. But as for me and my house, WE WILL SERVE THE
LORD."

Joshua is standing on the brink of his eternal
reward. His ministry is over. He has come to the end
of the way. He has done the job God has given him to
do. He has been faithful. When Moses died, the
mantle fell upon Joshua. He accepted the challenge
of the Lord and did a mighty job for God. This whole
book of Joshua bears witness to the life of a man
who served God faithfully. He comes to the end of
the way now. He stands triumphant on the very brink
of eternity, with his life's work now completed,
coming now to the sunset with a consciousness that
he had chosen to serve the Lord, with joy that he
had given his life to it. He stands there on the
brink of the river of death itself and says to these
people, "I want you to make your choice. I have made
mine. As for me and my house, we will serve the
Lord. To my dying day we will serve the Lord. Till
that moment when I see His Face I am going to serve
the Lord. My house, as far as I have any influence,
will be serving THE LORD. I want you to make that
choice yourself. Choose you this day whom you will
serve, whether it will be the gods of your fathers
the gods in the land in which you live or THE LIVING
GOD. CHOOSE YE THIS DAY WHOM YE WILL SERVE."

Oh, beloved, this matter faces us today. It is right
here with us at this very moment. People are going
to be serving either the gods of the land in which
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