So God had to be made man, and He died in human flesh, in the form of a man called “Jesus Christ,” and that was the promised Messiah that brought the grace. There where you see that God and Christ is the same Person, God dwelling in Christ. “I and My Father are One, My Father dwells in Me; not Me that speaketh the Word, but My Father that dwelleth in Me.” God in Christ! Certainly.
The grace was promised in the garden of Eden, and grace came, grace to Adam and Eve. Nowhere to go, no which way to turn and yet grace made a way!
Let me say this, my sinner friend. You may be here this morning a prostitute, you may be here this morning a woman-chaser, you may be here a drunkard or a gambler, or a murderer. You might be here as an impure husband, an impure wife. You might be the vilest of sinner.
You say, “I’m past that stage of redemption.” No, you’re not, or you wouldn’t be at the church this morning. Grace will make a way for you in this dark hour if you’ll just accept it. Adam had to be willing to accept it, so do you. Accept it.
IF I NEVER PREACH ANOTHER SERMON,
and LIVE HERE
A HUNDRED and FIFTY YEARS,
I’M STILL SAVED.
I’M NOT SAVED
BECAUSE I’M A PREACHER.
IT’S THE GRACE OF GOD
THAT SAVED ME.
I COULD SO
TO MERIT IT.
58-0928M – The Baptism Of The Holy Spirit
Rev. William Marrion Branham.