by Jesse Hendley

Jesse M. Hendley
Romans 6:16-23

Turn with me to your Bibles---of course you brought
a Bible. You wouldn't walk in a Colonial Hills
Church without a Bible. That just isn't done. That's
like going to a formal wedding without a formal
outfit. Just to check up to see if my sheep have
been wandering while I've been away, how many Bibles
are here this morning? That looks good. We love the
old Book in this place and we want to keep it that
way. I think that in our next Bible Conference we'll
put a big picture of the Bible somewhere on the wall
with good appropriate scripture. I love to see the
Word of God.

In one issue of our paper there is a little sketch
of the Bible---just a hand holding up the Word. I
remember when I was young how my heart, right after
my conversion, was deeply stirred by a picture that
had been printed in a Christian magazine. It was a
picture of an open Bible with a candle back of it,
on a little desk. We need to go to the Word. I don't
know how you feel about it, but I think we're not as
close to God as we ought to be if we don't love the
Word. I don't know how you feel about that. In my
own heart, there's such a thing as being scared not
to read it. There's such a thing as reading it out
of duty. There's such a thing as gritting your teeth
and making it laborious work, but I believe that
there are a few people who do delight in the Word of

You have to walk with God to delight in the Word. To
love the Word, you have to get rid of everything
wrong in your life, things that the Old Book
condemns. Let us not be content until we can say
from the depth of our souls, "I know I love the
Bible. I love God's Word."

Let us turn to Romans, the sixth chapter, and begin
with verse 16, and I'll read to verse 23. "Know ye
not, that to whom ye yield yourselves servants to
obey, his servants ye are to whom ye obey; whether
of sin unto death, or of obedience un ...

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