by Jesse Hendley

Jesse M. Hendley
Romans 2:6-7

If you have your Bibles now, friends, turn with me to
Romans, chapter 2 and we are going to find here God's
standard of bad and good.

Now we read a lot today about being bad and being
good. We read a lot about it, and we hear a lot about
it. But we are going to see today GOD'S standard of
being bad and being good. Or, God's STANDARDS, if you
please, of being bad and being good, as found in
Romans 2, verses 6 and 7. Now let me read them for
you. "Who will render to every man according to his
deeds (that is, God), to them who by patient
continuance in well-doing seek for glory and honor and
immortality, eternal life. But unto them that are
contentious and do not obey the truth, but obey
unrighteousness, to them indignation, wrath,
tribulation and anguish upon every soul of man that
doeth evil, of the Jew first and also of the Gentile;
but glory, honor, peace, to every man that worketh
good, to the Jew first and also to the Gentile. For
there is no respect of persons with God."

Now there is an important thing. God's standards of
the good and bad; that is, the good and bad ACCORDING
TO GOD, the good and bad ACCORDING TO THE BIBLE, which
presents to us God's WILL.

Now before I go into it I want to read to you an
editorial that I cut the other day from a newspaper in
another city where I was preaching, and I thank God
for somebody that will write in a modern newspaper
such words as these.

This lady says: "Accolades to the many parents who
bring up good children these days. They deserve more
praise than they get. It is nonsense to assert that
each preceding generation went through the same
difficulties. Yet you hear all sorts of nice people
say all sorts of foolish things on this subject. They
contend that our adolescents are little different from
those of past periods, and they say this in face of
the fact that our world has ch ...

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