Contributed by Kevin Burden on Jun 20, 2008
The greatest regret of all, will be for those who stand before Christ and hear him say, “Depart from me ye workers of iniquity for I never knew you,” and to know that they were “almost persuaded;” they almost accepted Christ.
TEXT: Acts 26:1-32
In the early 1870’s, Philip Paul Bliss was listening to a sermon by Rev. Brundage, a friend of his, in a little church in the east. The preacher closed his appeal with, "He who is almost persuaded is almost saved. But, to be almost saved is to be eternally