GOD'S LAST CALL
Jesse M. Hendley
Let us bow our heads, friends, in just a word of holy
prayer as we go into God's Word again tonight. "Our
father, we thank You tonight for this privilege one
more time of standing as a dying man before dying men,
women, boys and girls with the Gospel of Christ and
the Word of God. We know Lord, that during these
days we have been together hearts have been moved. I
thank You for those who have made decisions for
Christ. We thank You for every soul that has been
saved, every soul that has opened its heart to the
Saviour, everyone who has made a rededication to God,
everyone that has been drawn back to the Bible and
back to prayer, back to witnessing, back to putting
God, Christ and His Kingdom and righteousness first
and the work of our blessed Lord first in our lives.
We are conscious, Lord, that in spite of the blessings
for which we do praise Thee, and for those who have
labored for which we are grateful, there are always
those who have been moved but have not yielded, have
stifled the voice of conviction, the voice of God's
Spirit, the voice of God's Word, and have been running
from God. Our Father, we pray tonight that You show
us the folly of such procedure. May this be the hour
when people answer God's call, before it is too late.
For we ask it, our Father, in Jesus' name and for His
sake alone. Amen."
I want to speak to you tonight on "GOD'S LAST CALL,"
and I want to read to you from the first chapter of
the Book of Proverbs, verses 24 through 29. God's
Word says, Because I have called and ye refused; I
have stretched out My hand and no man regarded; but ye
have set at naught all My counsel, and would none of
My reproof: I also will laugh at your calamity; I will
mock when your fear cometh; when your fear cometh as
desolation and your destruction cometh as a whirlwind;
when distress and anguish cometh upon you. Then shall
they cal ...
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