A New You in an Old World by Robert Walker

A New You in an Old World
Robert Walker
I Corinthians 6:19, 20



I. A PURCHASE TO BE CAREFULLY CONSIDERED

II. A PATTERN TO BE CONTINUALLY CULTIVATED

III. A PATHWAY TO BE COURAGEOUSLY COMMENCED

Dr. Felix Ruh, a Jewish doctor in Paris, had watched as his granddaughter died of "black diphtheria" and vowed that he would find a cure for this dreaded disease that had take the life of his granddaughter.

The idea of combating germs was still just a theory when Dr. Ruh invited the area's scientist to his farm to watch as he swabbed twenty horses nostril, tongue, and throat with the germs that he had cultured with "Black Diphtheria."

One by one the horses began to die until there was only one horse left. The scientist all gave up and left. But Dr Ruh remained with his assistant who watched the horse through out the night. When the fever of the horse began to break he woke Dr. Ruh. The doctor watched as the horse fought off the germs and by the next day was standing and eating as if nothing had ever been wrong.

At this Dr. Ruh killed the horse and extracted all of the blood from this animal that had overcome this disease, and rushed to the municipal hospital. Forcing their way passed the superintendent and the guards and went into the ward where three hundred babies lay, segregated to die from the "Black Diphtheria."

With the blood of the horse, they forcibly inoculated every one of the babies. All but three lived and recovered completely.

The blood of an overcomer saved them.



I. A PURCHASE TO BE CAREFULLY CONSIDER

I Cor.6: 19b "ye are not your own?" That's why the apostle Paul said in 1 Corinthians 6:20,"For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God's."

Every child of God has been bought at a costly price, the precious blood of the sinless Christ. As a matter of fact, every soul on earth, lost or saved, has been bought with that same price, but many reject the payment. ...


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