Covenant Words
Covenant Words

Episode · 6 years ago

Are You Ready? (Luke 12:31-53)

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Rev. Steve Larson (Guest preacher)

Listen remains standing as we read God's Word From The Gospel of Saint Luke, Chapter Twelve, beginning at verse thirty one, through Verse Fifty Three. The Gospel of Saint Luke, Chapter Twelve, beginning at verse thirty one through Verse Fifty Three. Please listen to the word of God Luke Twelve thirty one, but rather seeky the Kingdom of God, and all these things shall be added. Unto you. Fear not, little flock, for it is your father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom. Sell that Ye have and give alms. Provide yourself bags which wax not old. A treasure in the heavens that fight faileth not where no thief approacheth nor moth corrupteth. For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. Let Your Loins be girded about and your lights burning, and Ye yourselves like on demand, that wait for the their Lord when he will return from the wedding, that when he come at the Knocketh, they may open unto him immediately. Blessed are those servants whom the Lord, when he cometh, shall find watching verily. I say into you that he shall gird himself and make them to sit down to meet and will come forth and serve them. And he shall come in the second watch or come in the third watch and find them. So blessed are those servants. And this know that if the good men of the House had known what hour the thief would come, he would have watched and not suffered his house to be broken through. Be therefore ready also, for the son of Man Cometh at an hour when you think not. Then Peter said, unto him, Lord Speakest Thou, this parable unto us or even to all. And the Lord said, who, then, is the faithful and wise servant whom his Lord shall make ruler over his household to give them their portion of meat in due season? Blessed is that servant whom his Lord, when he cometh, shall find him so doing. Of a truth, I say and to you, that he will make him rule or over all that he hath. But and if that servant say in his heart, my Lord de Layeth his coming and shall begin to beat the maid servants, are the men servants and the maidens, and to eat and drink and to be drunken, the Lord of that servant will come in a day when he looketh not for him in an hour when he is not aware, and will cut him in Sunder and will appoint him his portion with the unbelievers. And that servant which knew his Lord's will and had prepared not himself, neither did according to his will, shall be beaten with many stripes. But he that knew not and to commit things worthy of stripes shall be beaten with few stripes. For unto whom seven much is given of him, shall much be required, and to whom men have committed much of him. They will ask the more I am come...

...to send fire in the earth. And what if I if it? What if I if it be already kindled? But I have a baptism to be baptized with, and how I am straighted till it be accomplished. Suppose, Ye, that I am come to give peace on earth. I tell you nay, but rather division. From from henceforth there shall be five in one house, divided three against two and two against three. The father shall be divided against the son, and the son against the father, and the mother against the daughter, and the daughter against the mother, the mother in law against her daughterinlaw and the daughter in law against her mother in law. Here's the reading of God's holy word. Let's pray. We ask you now, a Lord, to apply this word to our hearts and to our lives. Lord, you have spoken to us through your son, Jesus Christ. We ask you now that we would be attentive to all that he has to say this. We pray in Jesus name. A man, please be seated. Are you ready? Amen. You know how it is. You Get up in the morning, your mother says, kids, are you ready? And the kids are like my wife works a long from where I work, and so well, first of all she's mad at me about that, and it's not my fault. But but I sometimes wake up early and it's time for her to get up and I'm so careful because I know she wants to be ready, but she doesn't want me to wake her up. But but if I don't wake her up, she'll yell it. How can I win in this? So very gently I say, dear, dear, it's that time, and she's like, but are you ready? I dare say, and this is a little prejudicial on my point of from my point of view, and you can yell at me later, that not now, after the service. Most of you folks are probably the kinds of people that get ready on time. I say that's prejudicial because, well, most of you made it here on time. And I've been to weddings in other communities. I will not spell out which communities, Mexicans, but I won't say which ones. And I've been performing the wedding ceremony and two hours after the wedding was supposed to be again there's one family and me and that was it. Oh, you give me these looks. It's it's kind of like a the bride can't get there until everybody and nobody wants to get the end. It drives me nuts. But are you ready? A lot of people, when they have something really important, they're going to get there on time. I was here this morning at a thirty. Somebody's going to say that was too earlyist I...

...had to be here they thirty because I cannot remember ever in my life being late for worship service. I'm that old and I can I can remember one Sunday where, because of illness, I did not go to a worship service in my life. I cannot remember being late for worship service. I'm not boasting, but I have priorities. If you're applying for a job and you have a job interview, are you going to get there on time? Are you going to be a few minutes fashionably late? You're going to be ready, you're going to be on time. I want to talk to you about being ready for the coming of the Lord, and some people would argue that verse thirty one was not the place to stop, but I think that's a very appropriate place. Our Savior says in verse Thirty One of Luke, Chapter Twelve, seek first the Kingdom of God, and all these things shall be added onto you know he's already spoken about that, but he says some more things about that. He tells us that in this present life we shouldn't worry. A lot of people aren't ready for the future because they're so busy worrying about what's happening now. They think, all I've got to do this, and I've got to do this and I've got to do this. I talk to people about trusting in Jesus Christ us, and I tell them that now, right now, is the day of salvation, that there may be no tomorrow for them, and I hear all of their excuses and they've got to do this they've got to get their family in order. They've they've got to give up this habit. They've got a I'm sorry, the day of salvation is today, and they say, but I'd love to, but you know, I'm I talked to criminals and I tell them you need to come to Jesus, and they say I'm a criminal, I steal for a living, and I say fine, stop repent and come to Jesus. And they say how am I going to support my family? And I say I don't know, but I know the Lord will provide a way. And they say, well, as soon as I get enough money then I'll give it up. You See, what they're saying is I'm going to be ready someday, but I can't be ready today. and Jesus says garbage about that. He says it's ridiculous. He says, fear not, little flock, for it's your father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom again. Notice how our savior speaks of the father in this passage. He's already spoken of God, the father, as the father. It's not a common term in the scriptures it is used, but he uses the term father because he wants us to assure us that that our father will care for us. But then he goes on to say it's the father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom. Now you could hear a hundred sermons about the Kingdom of God, but just think of it in a very limited way. I was visiting at the at a home this afternoon and there's a little I think she's a four year old girl, and her grandmother asked her what she wanted to be when she grew up, and she said, I want to be a queen in a far away land.

And we're all thinking this is America, there's no king or queen or all. But wait a second. We are kings and Queens and princes and princesses because we are members of the Kingdom of God. It's the father's good will to give you the kingdom, and this is a deliberate statement on the part of our Savior. Why are we worried if he's going to give us a kingdom? We make fun perhaps, of a four year old girl who would say she wanted to be a queen, and yet this is the promise of our Savior. But then the next thing he says seems almost contradictory. In verse thirty three, our Savior says, sell what you have, give alms, provide yourselves with bags which wax, not old, a treasure in the heavens. That fails not where no thief approaches nor moth corrupts. What does he saying? He's saying that people who provide for themselves in this life really aren't thinking about the future. Do you ever meet somebody who's clever? Did you ever meet somebody WHO's clever? Sometimes those people bother me. You know they're small art, but you wonder what are they really up to? What do they really want? You know they they say, Hey, Steve, I'd like to help you out, and I think to myself, sure, I'm sorry. The people on emails, they're not very clever. You know you have an inheritance. Just send me a thousand dollars to to the ivory quote. That's not for the clever people are the ones who come up personally to you and tell you that your friend and want to offer you something and and and you won't have to give them anything and and they do this because they think they by being clever, that they can get something from you. Want to know what the cleverest thing to do is the cleverest thing to do is to give up everything that you have and serve the Lord. Oh, I don't want to call it clever, it's the smartest thing. If you are, this going to sound really contradictory, if you are very self centered, if you're very greedy, if all you care about is yourself, then what you should do is go and sell all that you have and give it to the poor and follow Jesus Christ, because in the end, look what he says. He says provide for yourselves, bags which wax, not old, a treasure in the heavens. That fails not. You see, the only real treasure, the only thing that really matters, is if we give up ourselves and follow Jesus Christ, and and everything else is just temporary stuff. In my neighborhood there's a condominium and I was thinking about buying it for...

...one of the people in our church and then renting it to them because they are in desperate straits. And then I found out there's a little catch and the condominium is built on least land, which means you don't own the you may own the condominium until the least expires, and then poof, it all disappears. That's exactly what the wealth of this world is like. Everything that we have, one day, poof it will disappear. So our Savior says where your treasure is there, where your heart be also. Is he talking about money? Perhaps he is talking in some ways about money, but more importantly, he's talking about your treasure. What's really important to you, what really matters to you? Are you ready? You got here at six, or at least by six fifteen when the singing was over, because that was important to you. There are people out in the world doing all sorts of things that are impoor into them because that's where their treasure is. It's not really so much about money as it is about where your heart is. But our savior wants us to be ready. So look what he says in Verse Thirty Five. Let Your Loins be girded about and your lights be burning. When is the last time that somebody walked up to you and said let your Loins be girded? Now? I looked in the different translations, including the one that you guys have in the back there, and I look for a better translation. I'm not sure there is a better translation it's a really odd phrase. What does it mean? It means to tighten up your belt and pull your pants up and get ready to run. And it's not use that often in scriptures, but it is used in first kings chapter eighteen. You know the story of First Kings Chapter Eighteen. The profits of bail called on their God to to enable them to to burn up their sacrifice. They cut themselves and and you know, good old Elijah said, what's the matter with your God? is He busy, you know, is he off on a trip or something? And and the the profits of bail failed and and God and His mercy sent down fire from heaven and burned up Elijah's sacrifice and even the stones of the altar. Elijah punish those profits appropriately. And then we read that the hand of the Lord came upon Elijah and he girded up his loins and he ran ahead of Ahab to the entrance of Jess Reel. What is happening? Well, Ahab and his faith in these false idols has been defeated and Elijah W wants to get to jess reel before ahabs. So he...

...girds up his loins and and though Ahab has a Horse Elijah is able to beat him to the city because he runs there with with all of his effort, with with everything that is in him. To gird up your loins is to get ready to run and then to run. Okay, we read another example of this in First Peter, Chapter One, verse thirteen, and this is a really esoteric example. In First Peter Chapter One, verse thirteen, he says, therefore, gird up the loins of your mind, be sober and rest your hope fully upon the grace that is to be brought to you at the revelation of Jesus Christ. When he says gird up the loins of your mind, he's using one of the most mixed metaphors of scriptures that I can think of. He's talking about running, but he's not talking about running as much as he's talking about get your mind ready to follow Jesus Christ. He says, be sober and rest your hope fully upon the grace that is to be brought to you at the revelation of Jesus Christ, and this fits in perfectly with what our savior saying. And Look Chapter Twelve of the lay aside distractions and focus like a runner who's determined to get there and then run to the end. Now what is our savior saying here? In Luke, Chapter Twelve, he says let your loins be gird at about and your let your lights be burning. Sometimes we forget the situation that Jesus lived in. Nowadays, when we walk into a house, if it's dark, we flip the switch, it goes on, everything's fine. In the old days they had these these little lamps. It's kind of like, I hate to confess it, kind of like a Laddin's lamp, and they had oil in these little lamps and then they they they had a wick and but they didn't have matches where you could just strike a match or something and light it. They had to use basically a tinder box and the process of lighting it wasn't easy. You say to yourself, well, I could do that. You could if the lights were on. Try doing it in the dark. It's not easy. What does he saying when he says let your lights be burning? He's saying your light should always be on. You should always have that the light of the Gospel burning in your life. That the analogy, is like having one of those little oil lamps, but you wouldn't let it go out, you would keep it filled with oil so that so that when when the time came, you'd be ready. And so he says in Verse Thirty Six. And you yourselves be like an amen that wait for their Lord when a he will return from the wedding, that when he comes and knocks, that they may open unto him immediately. This is very analogous to the example that we find of the Virgins in Matthew, Chapter Twenty Five, versus one through...

...thirteen. It's almost the same, except here it's it's men instead of women that are waiting for their Lord. He's coming from the wedding. And what are they going to be doing? Our Savior says in verse Thirty Seven. Blessed are those servants. When the Lord comes, shall find them watching. Dear brothers and sisters, are you ready? Are you ready for the coming of the Lord? If the Lord should come tonight, would you be surprised? I don't mean surprised in the sense that we would all be surprised that it was this particular night, but would you be ready? When you get your kids up in the morning, do they walk out to the car and and in their pajamas? I hope not they're ready. When you come to church on Sunday, are your girls still brushing their hair and and you're saying girls, time to go, and they're saying, but mom, we just got up. I hope not. Dear brothers and sisters, to be ready means I'm ready to go. If Jesus should come tonight, would you turn to him and say, Lord, take me, or would you be saying to yourself, why didn't I get myself ready? Those servants who are waiting for their master, they were waiting constantly, and it look what Jesus says in Verse Thirty Eight, if they shall come in the second watch or come in the third watch and find them. So blessed are those servants. Watches in the Roman Empire were divided into the watch usually talking about the times that Roman soldiers and the second and the Third Watch. We're especially difficult because they were the evening watches. I've been in the army, I had to do guard duty. Of all the things that I did in the army, it was the most boring. You'd be out in the middle of nowhere, holding your rifle, knowing that nobody was going to come by, saying to yourself I could lie down go to sleep and nobody would find me and nobody would care. And I never did that because you would get in so much trouble and it was also just not what we did. Our job was to March back and forth and back and forth and wait for nobody to come. Well, that's not the way it is for us as Christians. Sometimes it gets boring. Sometimes we say to ourselves, like in Second Peter, Chapter three, well, but the Lord's not going to come, he's he's just, he's just not here. But the fact is the Lord is coming. The question is, are you going to be ready? Then Jesus changes the analogy. He uses a different one and he says, know this, that if the good men of the House and knowing what hour the thief would come, he would have watched and would not have suffered his house to be broken into. You, we're moving to the middle of nowhere, Consho Arizona. I'm...

...going to be ready for the guy who tries to break into my house, because where really are? In the middle of nowhere, and you can call one one, but, as the saying goes, when seconds matter, there be there in minutes. You know it's you got to be ready when somebody's going to break into your house. Imagine that that a thief called you up and said, yeah, I'm the Guy Who's going to rob your house. I'll be there about thirty, a minute or two before after, if that's okay. What would you do? He first of all, you'd probably laugh, and then you'd say that's that's dumb, and and then you well, maybe you'd go and see if the doors and windows were all locked, and maybe you check the phone or look at yourself and make sure that it was charged up so that if we really did show up, he'd no thief would be that that's stupid to call ahead of time, and yet there are people like that today. They think that Jesus is going to call ahead of time. They think that they're going to get a second chance. There's a large organization. I get in trouble if I call it a pentecostal group. It really is, but it's called the Mormons, and I've talked a lot with Mormon missionaries and had them eat at my house, had talked with them, let them do their little presentations and and always ask them if I believe in Jesus with all my heart. Am I going to go to paradise and they say well, no, you have to be baptized as a Mormon. And then I say and if I die without having been baptized as a Mormon, am I going to get a second chance? And they say yes, you will, and then I say good. And so why should I become a mormon? And they sort of look at each other and they say, well, it's a better life, and you know. And I say, but I can still go to paradise if I am not baptized. Then this life as a Mormon, right? And they say yes, because it's part of their theology and they have to tell you that. And they say well, and then I say, well, I guess I'm not going to be Baptist as a Mormonum, and they just sort of look at me like, guys, the Mormons will give you a second chance, maybe three or four. The Lord doesn't. If you look at the end of this passage, he says, our Savior says, suppose you that I've come to give peace on earth. I tell you no, but rather division. From henceforth there shall be five in one house, divided three against two and two against three. The father shall be divided against the son and the son against the father. The fact is that Jesus is dividing the world today. They're really only two groups, those who trust in him and those who don't. And you can say to yourself, well, there there must be another chance. But the Lord says in Verse Forty. Be therefore ready also, for the son of man comes at an hour when you think not. I'm going to get in trouble for this. I step on toes all the time and that's just too...

...bad. What does he say, Peter asked. Are you talking about US too? Are you talking about everybody? and Jesus says who is the Wise and faithful servant? The Why is and faithful servant is the one who is ready when the Lord shall come. Dear brothers and sisters, look what it says here in the word of God. We don't know when Jesus will come. I'm sorry, I I don't have all this millennial stuff in the coming of Jesus and eschatology all figured out. The one thing I do know from the Holy Scriptures is that Jesus clearly teaches that no one knows when he is coming. Look at Matthew, Chapter Twenty four verses forty two through forty four. What does he say? Watch, therefore, for you do not know what our your Lord is coming. But know this that if the master of the House had known what hour the thief would come, he would have watched and would not have allowed his house to be broken into. Therefore, you also be ready, for the son of man is coming at an hour you do not expect. Look at Mark Chapter Thirteen, versus thirty three through thirty five. Take Heed, watch and pray, for you do not know when the time is. It's like a man going to a far country who left his house and gave authority to his servants and to each his work, and commanded the door keeper to watch. Watch, therefore, for you do not know when the master of the House is coming, in the evening, at midnight, at the crowing of the rooster, or in the morning. Look at Second Peter, Chapter Three, verse ten. But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night, in which the heavens will pass away with a great noise and the elements will melt with fervent heat. Both the earth and the works that in it will be burned up. Look at acts chapter one, verse seven and he, that is Jesus said to them. It is not for you to know times and seasons which the father has put in his own authority. Look at first Thessalonians, Chapter Five, versus one through three. But concerning the times and the seasons, brethren, you have no need that I should write to you, for you yourselves know perfectly that the day of the Lord so comes as a thief in the night. When they say peace and set safety, then sudden destruction comes upon upon them as labored pains upon a pregnant woman, and they shall not escape. And finally, Look at Matthew, Chapter Twenty Five, verse thirteen. Watch, therefore, for you know neither the day nor the hour in which the son of man is coming. I listened to all this preaching about the last days, and people so misunderstanding. When the disciples asked Jesus what is the sign of his coming, he told them that there will be wars and rumors...

...of wars, but the top. But the end is not yet. People Think, Oh, while the wars and rumors of wars, these are signs of his coming, and they are, but the end is not yet. We don't know when our savior may come. We are blessed if we are paying attention and he gives us a warning in verse forty five. But it but, and and but, and. If that servant say in his heart, my Lord de Laieth is coming, should begin to beat the men, servants and maidens and to eat and drink and be drunken. The Lord of that servant will come in a day when he looketh not for him and an hour when he is not aware, and he will cut him in Sunder and will appoint his portion with the unbelievers. We need to be ready for the coming of our Savior. Don't get ready some other day. Don't say to yourself, I'm going to get ready. I'm a school teacher, wasn't till last Tuesday, and I tell my kids to do things and I have such good kids. Most of them do it you right away. But I one child, one student, who says I'm going to. I'm sorry, I don't understand that. Okay, I grew up in a different time, in a different household than all that, but when when the teacher says do something, you don't say I'm going to, what you do is you do it. Dear brothers and sisters, our Savior is warning us that when he says he's coming, get ready. Don't say I'm going to get ready, do it now. But our savior is also very kind, because he wants us to prepare ourselves. He gives a warning to the unfaithful servants that they will be judged, but then he tells them to prepare themselves. Look back at Verse Forty Two. Who, then, is that faithful and why? Servant whom his Lord shall make ruler over his household to give them their portion of meat and due season? Blessed is that servant whom his Lord, when he cometh, shall find him so doing. What should you be doing when you're getting ready for the coming of the Lord? It's not complicated. You trust in him and follow him. Someone asked Martin Luther. I looked up this the citation. Lot a debate about it. I'm not going to go through the debate. Somebody asked Martin Luther if somebody told you that Jesus was coming to day, what would you do? And he said I would go out and plant a tree. And they thought that was a silly answer. But you really have to think about what he meant. First of all, he...

...didn't believe anybody knew when Jesus was coming. So somebody's prophecy that Jesus was coming would not indicate that they actually knew that Jesus is coming. The second thing that it indicates is that Martin Luther actually believed that when Jesus was coming, on the day that Jesus was coming, that Jesus should find Martin Luther doing something productive, not wasting his life, not not sitting around and wondering about what to do, but rather serving him. In another way of looking at it, and this comes also for Martin Luther, is that he was saying I'm looking forward to the day when when Jesus will come, and then tell that day I want him to see me faithfully producing things in a way that brings glory to him. How long does it take a tree to grows? I grow fruit trees and it takes years before they produce fruit, and yet we plant them in the in the eager expectation that they will bear fruit. We do so as well in the Kingdom of God. We serve the Lord Jesus Christ with all that is in us and and when someone says to us, well, where is this Jesus, we say to them I'm getting ready for his coming. And when? When, they say to us. And when is that? We say, I don't know. But what I do know, that is that he is coming. In Second Peter, Chapter Three, verses three and four, we read these words knowing this, that there shall come in the last day, scoffers walking after their own lusts and saying, where is the promise of his coming? For since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation. There are people who will say, Hey, ever since the beginning of the creation, it's always been the same, and and then Peter Warns them for this. They are willingly ignorant of that, by the Word of God, the heavens were of old and they are standing out of the water and in the water whereby the world that was, that what then was being overflowed with water perished. He uses the example of Noah's flood and he says, look at this, it's not been always the same since the day of the creation. Once before God wiped out everything upon the face of the earth. And then he says in Verse Seven, but the Heavens and the earth, which are now by the same word, are kept in store, reserved under fire, against the Day of Judgment and perdition of ungodly men, is warning us that the Lord is going to come and he's going to judge the world in equity. And then he says, but beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day, what the Lord is as a thousand years and as a thousand and a thousand years, as one day, the Lord...

...is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness, but as long suffering towards us, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance. And then he says in verse ten, but the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night, in which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, and the earth also, and the works that are therein shall be burned up. Dear brothers and sisters, are you ready for this, looking for and hastening under the coming of the day of the Lord, where in the heavens, being on fire, shall be dissolved and the elements shall melt with fervent heat. But what does he tell us to do? Nevertheless, we, according to his promise, Look for New Heavens and a new earth. Wherein dwelleth righteousness, so he tells us in verse fourteen. Wherein? wherefore, beloved, seeing that you look for such things, be diligent that you may be found in him, in peace, without spot and blameless. What should we be doing if Jesus Christ came tonight? I would not be a shamed. I am here in his house worshiping him. I am ready for his coming. Are you ready? My hope is not in the fact that I'm a preacher. Preachers need the Lord just as much, if not more, than anybody else. I'm ready because I trust in the Lord Jesus Christ as my savior. My hope is not built in anything else than Jesus, Blood and righteousness. Dear brothers and sisters, what are we hoping in? Are you ready? Are you ready for the coming of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ? We get ready for all sorts of things. We get ready for school, we get ready for work, we get ready for jobs, we for a job interview, we get ready to go on a vacation, we get ready with great anticipation for all sorts of things. Do you have that same kind of anticipation, that eagerness to see Jesus Come? They say. I've read historical reports. I don't know all the details and I'm not sure everything I hear is true, but they say that in the year one thousand, lots of people went up to mountain tops and they were waiting for the coming of our Savior and when our savior didn't come, some of them went down and we're really disappointed. They say that in eighteen, forty three, eighteen forty six, a bunch of order today called seventh adventists, went up to mountain tops and waited for the coming of the Lord and he didn't come. I've heard that in one thousand, nine hundred...

...and ninety four, some followers of this sky on the radio thought that Jesus was going to come and when they didn't come they were terribly disappointed. Well, I wasn't around for the first two events, I was for the third and I wasn't in disappointed, because Jesus is coming. The promise of our Savior is just as true now as it was when he gave it to his disciples, and the promise is from the lips of our Savior and he keeps his promises to us, dear brothers and sisters, Jesus will come and when he comes, we will bow before him and we will praise his name. I know we're Orthodox Presbyterians, so we think Orthodox Presbyterians are going to do that, and many of us will, but they are going to be people from all sorts of churches. Yes, they must trust in Jesus. I'm not talking about unbelievers, but there will be people from many sorts of Churches, many faithful churches, and many people, I'm afraids, also from unfaithful churches who still hold to the name of Jesus Christ. There will be people from every race and nation and people upon the faith, the ears, from every epic and history, from places we never even imagine that there were Christians, and yet people who trusted in Jesus Christ. And we will gather before his throne and we will fall before him and we will worship him, and that is the day that you should be ready for. Are you ready? We worry about getting on our clothes, we worry about calming our hair, if we have it. We we we worry about about whether we're clean, and I'm not saying we shouldn't be concerned about these things, but there's going to be people with rags, people with uncombed hair, people with dirty hands. We were come before the Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on that final day because they trust in him. Are you ready for that day? Let's pray.

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