He Set Me Free by Robert Walker

He Set Me Free
Robert Walker
Luke 4:18

Jasper was a drunk and he went down to the Bay Bridge in San Francisco to jump off. He had beaten his old yellow dog so much that even his dog had left him. His wife had kicked him out and told him never come back.

As he came to the Bay he came by a little mission on skid row and he heard them inside singing songs about Jesus Christ and he thought I will go in I ought at least to be in Church before I take my life. He walked in and sat down and the man preached Jesus and the altar call was given and he struggle down the aisle and fell on his knees and a man of love put his arms around him and led him to Jesus Christ. And Jasper finally became a free man because Jesus gives freedom to those that are prisoners of sin.

He got so happy that he began to run up and down the street shouting to the top of his voice Jesus saved me, Jesus saved me. He ran into the bar he so frequent jump upon the bar and cried out Jesus saved me, Jesus saved me.

Everybody thought he had finally flipped his lid. He went out on the street and began to preach under the anointing of the spirit and one hour after he got saved 38 other drunks found Christ on that street corner.

I want you to know that the devil is not in control of this world. I want you to know it doesn't matter whether Russia goes into the Middle East or whether she doesn't go.

I want you to know it doesn't matter whether we get the national debt under control or not.

It doesn't matter whether Iraq votes or not. It doesn't matter whether we get the inflation index down or not.

I want you to know that when the last prayer is prayed and the last sermon has been preached and the last church service has been conducted and when the last business has been conducted and when the wheels of commerce come to a halt I want you to know that the bright and morning star He will say now and there will be the sound of the trumpet with a shout and the voice of the archangel a ...


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