by Jesse Hendley

The Truth Be Told
Jesse M. Hendley
Romans 2:1

Turn with me now to Romans 2, We are speaking today on the tremendous truth, the day when the truth will be told on all unsaved men. All people that are outside the Lord Jesus Christ. The day when the truth will be told. There is coming a day of judgment. The Lord reveals this in Romans the second chapter. The truth is going to be told upon every unsaved person. Now for a child of God, this truth will just make you thank God for knowing Jesus as your Saviour and Lord and escaping the judgment to come. If you are not a Christian it will make you think, my friends, very seriously on that which is coming ahead that you might, in deed get ready to meet the Lord.

Now let's look at it. It is Romans the second chapter verse one, The Apostle Paul writes, by the divine spirit, "Therefore thou are inexcusable, 0 man, whosoever thou art that judgest; for wherein thou judgest another, thou condemnest thyself; for thou that judgest doest the same things." Now here is man's judgment of man. God's Word speaks about it as being wrong. He speaks about the man, whosoever thou art that judgest. The word judge carries with it the sense of criticizing another. Climbing up in the judgment seat and sitting in judgment upon somebody else. Man judging another man.

That's unbecoming because the Apostle reminds us, in so doing you are condemning another, you condemn yourself if you are doing exactly the same thing that that man is doing. How often that is true. How weak human being are. Many, many times people will sit in judgment on other people and they are doing at the same time the very same things that they are condemning in somebody else. Doesn't that show the blindness of the human mind, and the distance from God and from truth. God's Word says, this is a terrible thing. It is a sin. God's Word says judge not lest ye be judged for with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged. What measure you meet ou ...

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