by Jesse Hendley

The Words of Jesus
Jesse M. Hendley
Matthew 24:35

My Friends, I want us to think about the supreme value and importance of the words of Jesus Christ. Now this is one of the most important messages we can possibly bring. You just might want to jot down these scriptures because they are very important for us to think about. Jesus Christ speaks with absolute authority and the words that He said are the most important words that fall upon our ears and we must hear them, we must heed them, and we must obey them.

Time and again Jesus speaks about His own words, time and again He speaks about these sayings of mine and He reminds us He Himself being God, that there are no words so important as His words for us to hear, to heed, and to obey. May God help us to understand this today as we study the supreme value and importance of the words of Jesus Christ the Son of God. Now let us notice first of all in Matthew 24:35, we read these words, "Heaven and earth shall pass away but My words shall not pass away".

What an audacious statement if a mere man said these words. If you walked down town today and heard a man proclaiming Heaven and earth shall pass away but my words will abide forever, whatever I say is final, authoritative, enduring and will never pass away, you would send him away to an insane institution. But Jesus Christ said these words and my friends, they reveal the greatness of Jesus Christ, the supremacy of Jesus Christ. His words are the most important words that ever fell on human ears. Heaven and earth shall pass away but my words shall never pass away. Either a man is a mad man to say these words or He must be God, one of the two, because no mere human being ever saw any words more final, authoritative and en-during.

Whatever I say shall stand forever when Heaven and earth shall pass away. My Friends, it is estimated that this Heaven and earth, this universe of ours is 4.6 billion years old. This is a long, long time that this pres ...

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