Some Golden Daybreak Jesus Will Come by Robert Walker

Some Golden Daybreak Jesus Will Come
Robert Walker
Revelation 2:12

INTRODUCTION

Just before General Eisenhower died, Billy Graham was invited to visit him at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C. He was told he could stay thirty minutes. When he went in, the general was wearing his usual big smile, even though he knew he didn't have long to live.

Later Billy Graham told what happened: "When the thirty minutes were up, he asked me to stay long and said to me, Billy, I want you to tell me again how can I be sure my sins were forgiven and that I am going to haven, because nothing else matters now.

"I took my New Testament and read him Scripture. I pointed out that we are not going to heaven because of our good works, or because of the money we've given to the Church. We are going to heaven totally and completely on the basis of the merits of what Christ did on the cross. Therefore he could rest in the comfort that Jesus paid it all!

"After prayer, Ike said, "Thank you I'm ready!"

LISTEN IF I DIDN'T KNOW I WAS READY FOR THE SECOND COMING OF JESUS I WOULD GET READY. YOU NEED TO BE READY AND YOU CAN BE READY WHEN JESUS CHRIST ROLLS BACK THE SKY LIKE A MIGHTY SCROLL AND COMES FOR HIS CHILDREN.

You my dear friend can be ready for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. Let's look at Revelation chapter 2 verse 12

The city of Pergamum was located north of Ephesus and Smyrna and about 15 miles inland from the Aegean Sea. Strabo once called it an "illustrious city" and Pliny called it "by far the most famous city in Asia".

It has been estimated that Pergamum had a population of more than 160,000.

Pergamum was the cultural, religious and intellectual center of the region with a university that had a library of about 200,000 handwritten volumes.

There were four major pagan temples located there: the temples to Athena (the goddess of wisdom and the arts), Asclepisis (the god of medicine, whose insignia was the entwined serpent on a staff, whic ...


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