How Will You Die? by Stan Coffey

How Will You Die?
Series: Preaching Through The Bible (Hebrews)
Stan Coffey
Hebrews 9:27-28

OUTLINE:

I. SOME WILL DIE UNPREPARED (Luke 12:19-21)
II. SOME WILL DIE UNCOMITTED (Acts 5:3-5)
III. SOME WILL DIE UNFAITHFUL (Matthew 27:3-6)
IV. SOME WILL DIE UNAFRAID (Act 7:56)
V. SOME WILL DIE UNASHAMED (II Timothy 4:6-8)

This morning we want to continue our series on "Route 66, Preaching Through The Bible." Each Sunday we preach one representative sermon from a book of scripture. Out here in

West Texas a lady from the east and she kept hearing the cowboys say they wanted to die with their boots on. So finally she went up to an old cowboy and said why do you want to die with your boots on? And

he said we want to die with our boots on so it won't hurt our toes when we kick the bucket! Everybody has a theory about death. Everybody has an idea about death.

I heard about an evangelist who was trying to impress upon the congregation the solemnity and the sobriety of death and how people ought to get ready for death and prepare to die. So he kept saying to

the congregation in the service every member of this church is going to die. There was a fellow down on the front seat that every time he said that he would just laugh. And he couldn't understand that

response. He would say, every member of this church is going to die and that guy would just throw his head back and laugh. The evangelist couldn't figure it out. After the service he asked the man, I

noticed every time I said every member of the church is going to die you would laugh. How could you do that? Why, that is an odd response. The man said, because I am not a member of this church!

I want you to look at the passage of Scripture today that is our text, Hebrews 9:27-28. It does indeed tell us what we already know. If you do not believe the Bible is the Word of God you will still agree with








this verse of Scripture. Whether or not you are a ...


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