The Holy Spirit gave this revelation to me to share with the world.
I know not how to begin my last sermon to the world of the lost, in the church and outside the church without drawing attention to myself.
I am a nobody, born to a poor dirt farmer and his wife in 1927. They called me Richard Weatherford, and 30 years later, I was born again and called to preach the gospel. My ministry is of no importance, but what is revealed by the Holy Spirit is, and what he wants the church world to know today is of great importance.
There is no more Holy Ghost preaching against sin in the churches today. It is not popular because the church has let the preachers expel the Holy Ghost preaching against sin, that was given by our Lord and Savior to convict and convince man of sin in his life and make him to change direction in his life. The word expel means he was driven out by the force and was dismissed by the authority. Does this sound like your church?
But one morning not long ago, I was sitting in my chair looking out my window — staring out of my window is more like it — thinking about nothing and nothing on my mind, and in the emptiness of my gazing, I begin to see a fog-like cloud appear, and in the fog I realized it was people and I could not identify them at all, but a great number they were.
While I remain staring into the number to identify them, I heard this voice saying to me, 'can these be saved?' But it was me, repeating after the voice in question that I had heard — can these be saved? And the answer came back to me — I do not know. But I will show you the ones that cannot be saved, and he took me to Mark 7-21:23 and to Galatians 5-19. It was just a few months back that me and the wife, in daily reading, came across this scripture, Mark, chapter 7. I remember commenting on the scripture that Jesus spoke concerning what comes out of the human heart. But nothing jumped out at me like what the Holy Ghost laid on me. I had commented on this scripture at different times, that Jesus dissected the human heart for the world to see and know. Mark 7-21:23 in sermon.
Jesus uses 13 words, and if men and women do these things they are defiled and if they don't repent and quit these things, they are not eligible for the Kingdom of Heaven.
These are the 13 sins Jesus spoke of: Evil thoughts, adulteries, fornications, murders, thefts, covetousness, wickedness, deceit, lasciviousness, evil eye, blasphemy, pride and foolishness.
There are 17 sins that Paul spoke of: Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness, idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulation, wrath, strife, sedition, heresies, envyings, murders, drunkenness, revellings.
Members, get your pastor to explain the definitions of these words — if he knows.