by Jesse Hendley

Jesse M. Hendley
October 11, 1907---November 30, 1994
Revelation 19

I want to speak to you today on the Bible picture of
the condition of the world at the coming of Jesus.
It's an alarming thing, friends. You know, there have
been people telling us that the world is going to get
better and better and better, but God's Word has
predicted the very opposite. Instead of the world
being converted by the preaching of the Gospel, God's
Word reveals that there will be a great apostasy and a
deepening of the darkness. Take down these passages if
you want them. Any intelligent person who will study
and read them will come to the same conclusion. The
condition of the world, then, at the coming of our
Lord is a black, black picture, revealed to us in the

Now in Revelation, the 19th chapter, we read about the
Anti-Christ and the coming great battle of Armageddon.
Now what is going to be the end of the Anti-Christ? In
studying something about him and about his condition
(this monster of iniquity), in the last days of 42
months, it would seem that that fact alone would make
us believe that conditions would be terrible indeed.
The Bible predicts that conditions will be terrible
beyond human description.

We read of the coming of the Lord in Rev. 19:11. "And
I saw Heaven open and behold a white horse and He that
sat upon it was called faithful and true and in
righteousness He doth judge and make war." Aren't you
glad our Blessed Lord Jesus is called first of all,
"faithful?" He will keep His promises! He said if we
believe on Him we would save us and bring us to
Heaven. He is called true. He must always be true to
His Godhead, to His Deity.

"And in righteousness He doth judge and make war."
Here is Christ coming back again to make war. He is
the Supreme Warrior. I wonder what the pacifists do
with that passage? This crowd thinks God is just a
mollycoddle and that we Christians are su ...

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