Most ViewedA Much Shrewder Man
The Man Born Blind And Joseph Of Arimathea
Broke His Heart
God Honored Her Faith
Shot Up A Prayer
A Long Eye And A Short Eye
He Thought The Lord Had Made A Mistake
A Blank Check
Least ViewedThe Starting-point Of His Faith
Joy Among The Saints In Heaven
Keep Away From Christ
The Biggest Fool In The World
In The Very Act Of Obedience
Salvation Is Distinct And Separate From Works
Your Message And Not Yourself
Big Heads And Little Hearts
Not Able To Sleep Much
The First Man To Enter Paradise
The next time we hear of him, he appears to be under conviction:
"And one of the malefactors which were hanged railed on Him, saying,
If thou be Christ, save Thyself and us. But the other answering
rebuked him, saying, Dost not thou fear God, seeing thou art in the
same condemnation? And we indeed justly; for we receive the due
reward of our deeds: but this Man hath done nothing amiss."
What do you suppose made so great a change in this man in these few
hours? Christ had not preached a sermon, had given him no
exhortation. The darkness had not yet come on. The earth had not
opened her mouth. The business of death was going on undisturbed.
The crowd was still there, mocking and hissing and wagging the head.
Yet this man, who in the morning was railing at Christ, is now
confessing his sins and rebuking the other thief. "We indeed
justly!" No miracle had been wrought before his eyes. No angel from
heaven had come to place a glittering crown upon His head in place
of the bloody crown of thorns.
What was it wrought such a change in him?
I will tell you what I think it was. I think it was the Savior's
"Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do."
I seem to hear the thief
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