Continuing to read from Oswald J Smith's 'The Revival We Need.' Smith dismisses modern evangelism as fruitless and calls us back to the days when, at the pleading of His people, God convicted mightily of sin, and truly saved penitents.
Great Sermon! I was so blessed by this sermon because I have asked the same questions; where are the tears of remorse, where are the cries of anguish in the realization that one is in the presence of the holy God?
where is the brokenness? where are the cries for mercy? I've not seen that in churches for many years.
It is scary that there are many who've not been truly in the presence of God otherwise there wouldn't be laughing, talking and foolishness as one walks the aisle that leads to destruction.