National Leaders Bring A Nation’s Judgment sermon video. (1) It is vitally important for national leaders do what is right. Lives are literally in the balance. (2) The Lord God will bring judgment on a nation through its national leaders decisions. (3) People must maintain a right relationship with God. But perhaps most importantly (4) How the leader responds to havoc and doing wrong will stop the plague, or allow it to continue.

By Delbert Young

National Leaders Bring A Nation’s Judgment sermon video

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National Leaders Bring A Nation’s Judgment

Scriptures: Job 32:9, 1 Chronicles 21:1, 2 Samuel 24:1, Isaiah 54:16-17, 2 Samuel 15:13, 20:1-2, 1 Chronicles 20:2, 21:3-4, James 4:17, 2 Samuel 24:10, 12-14, 15, 16, 2 Samuel 24:18, 1 Chronicles 21:24, 2 Samuel 24:25, 1 Chronicles 22:1

We have the assumption that getting older causes us to become wiser and when people are older and wiser, they stop sinning and making huge mistakes. Well, actually… help me finish this saying, “There is no fool like an old _________?” (fool) Sadly, that is true. Getting older definitely does not mean a person is getting wiser.

(TMB) Job 32:9 The experts have no corner on wisdom; getting old doesn’t guarantee good sense.

Another fallacy is if a person walks with God and serves God for a long time, he or she will resist sin. The truth is age neither removes the desire to sin, nor, in and of age itself, gives us the wisdom to not sin. Walking and serving the Lord for decades does not make us immune to sin. It is impossible to be old enough, or love God enough to be immune to sins appeal. Even Jesus was tempted like as we are (Heb 4:15). He never sinned, but what tempted Jesus wasn’t a temptation if not appealing. I have witnessed the hardest falls by some saints who served God the longest and climbed the highest(continue sermon notes)

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