November 3, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments


“…Jonathan Edwards…back in the 1700’s he preached one of the greatest sermons ever preached in America. It was called “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God.” The people fell off their seats and clung to the pillars that were holding the gallery up — crying out in despair. And he didn’t say, “Oh friends, please excuse me. I never meant to embarrass you like that.” There was a reason for his power and anointing that day, because before he preached, he prayed. Over and over and over again he prayed, “Oh God, stamp eternity on my eyeballs.” I don’t know anybody else who’s ever prayed it. Maybe we’ve said it — but if God should stamp eternity or even judgment upon our eyeballs, I’m quite convinced we’d be a very different tribe of people.”


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