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Sermon # 16
Hebrews 2:3  "How shall we escape, if we neglect so great salvation?"

A salvation great indeed, beyond description, or conception, contrived by the wisdom and love of God for my poor lost soul! A salvation, procured by the death of the only begotten Son of God. How near was I to the brink of hell! How deeply was I fallen! How many and great my sins, to make such a salvation necessary! How dangerous must it be to neglect it! God has no other Son to give. If you are unconcerned about it; if you take no pains to secure it; if you are unaffected with your danger and with the salvation that is proposed to you; how can you escape? It is impossible. You reject the only Saviour, and therefore commit the greatest sin: you spurn at God's free mercy in Christ. Are you not shocked at such a thought? Be assured that every careless sinner is guilty of this. There is no relief provided for those who finally reject Christ. "There remaineth no more sacrifice for sins" (Heb. 10:26). Their ruin is certain, is near, and will be eternal and intolerable. Remember, this is the accepted time, and this day is the day of salvation (2 Cor. 6:2). If you die without Christ, you can never see the face of God with comfort. You must hear the Judge pronounce your sentence, "Depart from me, ye cursed, into everlasting fire, prepared for the devil and his angels" (Matt. 25:41). God forbid!

Once more I entreat you, my fellow sinner, before you close the book, stop and think. Nay, go upon your knees, and pray to God to awaken your conscience, and give you the knowledge of Christ. My poor prayers are offered for your salvation. I have no motive in putting this into your hands, but your eternal good. I close with this prayer:  

"O God, may this little book be productive of good to the reader's soul, in time and eternity. Follow it with Thy blessing, and may the precious truths, therein set forth, be 'the savour of life unto life' and not 'of death unto death' (2 Cor. 2:16). Grant it, O Lord, for Jesus Christ's sake. Amen."

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