Has America Gone Too Far To Be Saved? by Jesse Hendley

HAS AMERICA GONE TOO FAR TO BE SAVED?
Jesse M. Hendley
Romans 1:24, 26 & 28

Has America gone too far to be saved? A book called
"The Death of a Nation" gives documented material on
the decline that has come about in our nation today,
the moral decay. As we read the newspapers and see
what is going on around us and hear the news, we learn
that our nation is indeed in a terrible condition. We
are involved in war. There is racism, violence, campus
revolt, crime increase. Crime increases every year!
The GBI has just released the figures and they are up
again. There is an increase in atheism and in
attitudes which destroy faith in God. There is
emphasis on sex and moral decay. Scientists tell us we
are on the verge of destruction by a bomb that could
actually destroy the whole human race. We have here in
our own nation all the essentials for our own
destruction, according to the Word of God. With all of
this happening, it MAY BE that America HAS gone too
far. The DEATH of OUR nation? It could very well be.

Some people say, "Well, we may still have a great
spiritual revival." But what does God have to say
about this very matter?

Iniquity to the Full

One thing we know: When iniquity comes to the full,
GOD STRIKES. He strikes in judgment. He has always
done it.

God spoke of the iniquity of the Amorites and said,
"The iniquity of the Amorites is not yet full." That
means that when it did come to the full, when it gets
to a certain level, God brings JUDGMENT. He is a God
of mercy, and He pleads with people to repent and turn
to Him and walk with Him. But when they persist in
sin, continue in sin, willfully choose sin, then God
judges individuals, and nations, and the world!

It was so in the days of the Flood. He put up with sin
as long as He could. God pled with Sodom and Gomorrah,
those wicked cities, but they didn't pay any attention
to Him. Finally God struck: THE FIRE FELL!

In the Bo ...


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