The Great Bowls of Wrath (30 of 40) by Ernest Easley
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Series: God's Special Book of Blessing
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
May 18, 2003
We are returning this morning to our series of messages of the book of Revelation under the heading: GOD'S SPECIAL BOOK OF BLESSING. And my, how we have been blessed so far!
No one book in the Bible has placed upon my heart a burden for souls like the book of Revelation. Years ago while studying this book, God branded upon my heart a burden: a burden for those without Christ, a burden for those without hope, a burden for those who will face the judgments of this book. The message of this book tell us that man is lost and that time is short and Jesus saves! This is no time for the church of Jesus Christ to get distracted or derailed from the mission of Jesus. And of course, that mission is to seek and to save that which is lost!
Years ago evangelist D. L. Moody was walking down a sidewalk in Chicago. As he looked forward, he saw a young man walking in his direction. As his path crossed Moody's, Moody stopped and said, "Young man, what a beautiful day. May I ask you, are you saved?"
The man replied, "Sir, may I ask you a question? Are you D. L. Moody?" Moody's reputation preceded him. I am looking for the day when somebody is asked about the condition of their soul that they will say, "Sir, Ma'am, you must be a member of Roswell Street Baptist Church."
Knowing what those without Christ are facing ought to cause all of us to be more soul conscience and quick to share Jesus! Especially when you consider the 16th chapter of Revelation!
This chapter records the earth's worst days! God is going to pour out seven last judgments, seven final judgments giving every person left behind one last chance to be saved. And this final opportunity to be saved will take place just prior to the battle of Armageddon.
These are the seven bowl judgments. They will be more intense than the seven trumpet and seal judgments. ...
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