A sobering warning of the need of Coming to Christ and not procrastinating. Many will wait too long and God will one day shut the door. Hebrews 12:15, 'Looking diligently lest any man fail of the grace of God; lest any root of bitterness springing up trouble you, and thereby many be defiled.' This is very critical text because he says, ‚Äú...lest any man fail of the grace of God...‚ÄĚ Now, there are some that apply this text wrongfully and falsely. They teach that this text speaks of a person who can lose their salvation, that is, they can fall from grace. This is not what the writer is saying, the phrase fail of the grace basically means ‚Äúcoming short,‚ÄĚ that is, coming a day too late, therefore, being left out. Sad to say, but many will die being a day late, a day short of salvation, because they keep putting salvation off, some willfully, some who hate the gospel, some by self-deception, some by mere neglect, some because they are more concern about what others may say about them, some because of friends or family, some because of their employment and some for other reasons. They know that they should believe they know that they should repent, but they keep putting off their need of being saved. What they don't understand is that God will shut the door of salvation one day, God will close the door of salvation one day and it will be too late. This is such a fearful thought. Genesis 7:13-24; Luke 13:22-27; Matt.25:1-13.