by Jesse Hendley

Will Man Displace God as Creator
Jesse M. Hendley
Romans 1:25

Romans 1:25. We want to think tonight about the subject "Will man displace God as Creator." You know the Bible is such a wonderful book. Some people make it an old-foggy book relegated to ancient times but not very up-to-date. I am going to prove to you tonight that the Bible is more up to date than the latest newspaper. That just exactly what it has told us is going on in this world today. Now in Romans the first chapter and verse 25 we read these words. "Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature rather than the creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen."

Who changed the truth of God into a lie and worshipped and served the creature more than the creator. That is exactly what we see is going on in the world today. Men are worshipping the creature, the thing made more than the creator, the one who made all things. Man today is trying to displace God as creator. Now we are living, before I get to the bottom of this message I would like to remind you, we are living in a crazy world that is getting crazier by the minute. We are told today, one of the crazy things, that we are responsible for what our fathers did. Well, we are not. The Bible says we are not. The Bible says that some of the people in Israel said, "our fathers ate sour grapes and the children's teeth are set on edge." And that is just exactly what they are saying today, we are responsible for the sins of our fathers that they committed.

I will deal with this thing more thoroughly coming up probably next Sunday in an absolute and complete coverage of that false idea. I am passing over it tonight to remind you that we are not responsible for the sins of our fathers of past generations. That's a ridiculous, crazy idea that has just emerged in this crazy world that we are living in today. If you think I am silly in saying that may I remind you that the Bible said that madness is i ...

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