I feel as happy as a man tonight that has found the secret of life and he could go to every dead person and grant them life. I feel happy as a man who has found somehow the mystery of solving the curse that enslaves millions of people diseased in hospitals tonight. People in whom the lamp of reason is flickering because they are mentally imbalanced. I feel as though I have that answer in my hand. And I won't feel more happy tonight to go and emancipate every sin shacked body than I am tonight to preach to limited audience like this, and say to you irrespective of your need tonight that I don't care a stamp of the things about your malady. For the malady doesn't matter, it's the remedy that matters. And however cursed and crooked and deformed and twisted your life may be, if you're in bondage to secret sin, the Word says here in it's wonderful emancipation that He! not a system of religion, not a series of pilgrimages, not by genuflecting to the altar, not by turning to the east to say your prayers, not by making the sign of the cross, not by the resolution of your will, not by something which is hereditary, or something imagined hallowed, but free grace abounds tonight whereby He is able to save you to the uttermost on one condition, and that condition is that you come to God by Him. Sound Bite: http://ibobs.org/mp3/Quotes/Ravenhill-HeIsAbleQuote.mp3
[i]For the malady doesn't matter, [b]it's the remedy that matters.[/b] And however cursed and crooked and deformed and twisted your life may be, if you're in bondage to secret sin, the Word says here in it's wonderful emancipation that [b][u]He[/u]![/b][/i]Heb 7:25 [b]Wherefore he is able also to save them to the uttermost that come unto God by him, [color=000066]seeing he ever liveth to make intercession for them.[/b][/color]Hallelujah! It seems like I have never seen this verse before!The whole sermon (recently added) is based upon this verse.[url=http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/mydownloads/singlefile.php?lid=14460]He is able (1955) - Part 1[/url][url=http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/mydownloads/singlefile.php?lid=14461]He is able (1955) - Part 2[/url]
"And I say this text is a despair to the devil,Because Jesus Christ is able to save to the uttermost,However low they may be,However lost they may be,However twisted they may be,However dark they may be,However oppressed or depressed or surpassed they may be,that wonderful hand of Jesus Christ!"