Christ, Our Helper by Jesse Hendley

CHRIST, OUR HELPER
Jesse M. Hendley
Hebrews 2:18

Let's pray for revival among the people of God, then souls will be saved. Will you join us now as we look to the Lord in holy prayer? Our Father, we thank you this morning for this marvelous privilege of one more time of coming to thee knowing Lord that you do answer prayer and that you receive our prayer that you do not send it back to us empty and our Lord said, "Thine ears are not dear; thou hast not stopped them tothe cry of thy people; thou hast not turned thy face away. When we come to thee with honest hearts in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, and Lord, we come to thee today and ask thee, as we look to thee, these requests. You know Lord the ones phoned in, you know the ones spoken to us personally. You know the ones that are unspoken. You know these letters came in here Lord, from friends with all sorts of burdens on their hearts, needs and trials. But we believe that you answer prayer, and Lord, you do. And we thank you Lord that in the great mystery of thy great work somehow you include our prayers in your effectual working in this world. Bless our President today. May not a boy die today in Vietnam without the Lord Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord. We pray Lord, for the coming of Jesus when peace will be on this earth. We pray Lord, for revival among the people of God. Lord bless us and help us to walk with thee. For we ask it in your name and for your sake alone. Amen.

The Help of the Lord Jesus Christ. In the second chapter of the book of Hebrews in verse 18 is one of the great statements in the Bible that I pray God today might in your meditation and mind be a tremendous blessing to your heart. For in that He, Himself hath suffered being tempted He is able to succour (help)them that are tempted. In that He, Himself hath suffered being tempted, He is able to help them that are tempted. That whole statement refers to Jesus as our great high Priest, and there is a family of Go ...


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