by Dr. Ed Young

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#912 March 15, 1992 a.m.
(transcribed from tape)
Hebrews 10:35-39
We're studying the book of Hebrews. So I hope you have your Bibles. I hope you
Bible's open automatically, perhaps, by now, to the book of Hebrews. We're all the
way to the 1 0th chapter. This morning we're going to look at verse 35 through verse
39 of Hebrews, chapter number 10 - 35 through 39.
Let's pray together.
Father, quiet us and still us so that Thy Holy Spirit can speak directly to our
hearts and to our lives through music, through prayer, through praise, through
simply the gathering here in proximity with one another. Thou hast already
touched many of our hearts. And now, Father, You speak clearly and directly
to us - our needs, our aspirations, our fears, our hopes, our dreams, our visions.
Forgive us, cleanse us, call us back home to Thyself. You speak, let me get
out off tte way sa that Thy word and Thy truth alonemight be heard, received,
understood, and may we put it into practice right where we live. For this is our
prayer made through Jesus Christ our living, loving Lord. Amen.
For many years I've been singing the little chorus "I Have Decided to Follow Jesus;
I have decided to follow Jesus; I have decided to follow Jesus; no turning back; no
turning back.
You could take the book of Hebrews and put on the front of it that very phrase "no
turning back." That's what our study of Hebrews is all about. It's like the scripture
in Luke where Jesus said, "If any man puts his hand to the plow and looks back, he
is not worthy of the kingdom of God." I thought about God's judgement on Sodom
and Gomorrah, and I could see Mrs. Lot there with all of her family literally being drug
out of that city that was so decadent and so godless and so immoral. And they were
being drug out of the city. The angel said, "No one turn around! No one look back!
The judgement of God is upon the people." Because we know the Bible tells us that
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