This Message Made His Knees Knock

Outline By: Brian A. Yeager



I. Introduction:

A. God does not always mean for His message to be comforting (Habakkuk 2:1-6).

1. Sometimes God wants to be scary (II Kings 21:12, II Kings 23:2, and Jeremiah 19:3).

2. Fear has a place in oneÕs conversion (Proverbs 1:7).

B. Warnings are meant to be taken heed to (Ezekiel 3:17-21 and Colossians 1:28).

1. There is a difference in those who listen (Proverbs 9:6-12).

2. Sometimes a warning is too late for one person, but can be set forth for others to learn from (I Corinthians 10:1-12).


II. Body: Daniel 5:1-31 (cf. Romans 15:4).

A. ThereÕs a point where God says a person is finished (Romans 1:18-32).

1. That point comes when your conscience doesnÕt work anymore (Ephesians 4:17-19).

2. In miraculous times, this even meant God would allow them to receive a strong delusion (II Thessalonians 2:10-12).

3. Are you at a point wherein God would say let you alone (Matthew 15:1-14)?

B. YouÕve been weighed (Proverbs 16:2 and Jeremiah 17:10).

1. God is weighing us all of the time and He knows us (I Chronicles 28:9 and Psalms 139:1-3).

2. Are you ready to answer for what God knows about you (Acts 17:30-31 and Romans 14:11-12)?

C. Consider how what was his was taken and given to another (Matthew 25:14-30).

1. Will you choose what cannot be taken (Luke 10:38-42)?

2. HereÕs a question, what will death bring you (Proverbs 14:32)?


III. Conclusion: DonÕt let this be your night wherein you ignored the message of God and find yourself losing your soul (Luke 12:15-21).



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