Four Kinds of People by Robert Walker

Four Kinds of People
Robert Walker
Hebrews 2:3, Matthew 7:21, Matthew 25:1-13, John 5:28-29


I. THE FIRST PERSON I CALL A DAMMED MAN

II. THE SECOND PERSON I CALL HIM DECEIVED MAN

III. I WANT YOU TO SEE THE DEFEATED MAN

IV. I WANT YOU TO SEE THE DEDICATED MAN


"Hugh Latimer, the English Reformer often preached to Henry VIII and on occasion offended the king with his boldness. So he was commanded to preach the following weekend and make an apology.

On the next Sunday, after reading the text, he addressed himself as he began to preach.

'Hugh Latimer dost thou know before whom thou art this day to speak? To the high and mighty monarch, the king's most excellent majesty, who can take away thy life if thou offendest; therefore, take heed that thou speakest not a word that may displease; but then consider well, Hugh, dost thou not know from whence thou comest; upon whose message thou art sent?

Even the great and mighty God! Who is all present, and who beholdest all thy ways, and is able to cast thy soul in hell! Therefore, take care that thou deliverest thy message faithfully.'

He then gave Henry the same sermon he had preached the week before – with even more energy!"

When you understand that man is lost without the Lord Jesus Christ that is a great motivation for you to preach the Word of God.



I. THE FIRST PERSON I CALL A DAMMED MAN

He that believeth not is condemned already. In Hebrews 2:3 there is a verse of scripture that poses a question that nobody can answer. And the question the scripture asks is this How shall a man escape if we neglect, it doesn't say reject. It says neglect.

I have discovered that most people that are lost are not lost because they reject the Lord Jesus Christ but because they neglect the Lord Jesus Christ. Some day I'm going to take care of it and yet the fact remains that hell will be populated by people who were not too bad to qualify for salvation, Oh no, they were too busy with the thing ...


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