The Roman soldier, at the cross, looked on Jesus.
After the earth had had a nervous prostration, shook till the rocks wrung out of the mountains. And the sun went down in the middle of the day, and turned dark. The stars didn’t come out to give its light. And the earth burst forth with rocks and an earthquake.
And the zig-zag lightning swept the skies, and ripped the temple veil from the top to the bottom. And, the people running and screaming, they didn’t know what had taken place.
And that Roman soldier that helped nail Him there had punched the sword through His heart, then he looked, but it was too late. He looked and believed, but it was too late for him to believe. What he had done had sealed his doom; he had run the spear through the Saviour’s heart. It was too late.
I wonder how many Romans today has done the same thing, and will do the same thing.
WE DON’T HAVE TIME
TO SET AROUND
and THINK IT OVER or WONDER.
WE’VE GOT TO
MAKE THE DECISION
IS AT HAND.
THERE MAY BE PEOPLE SETTING
THIS WILL BE YOUR
59-0611 – The Time Of Decision
Rev. William Marrion Branham.