“What is remarkable; what is astonishing about that statement is not that it is true. What is wonderful about that statement, about that invitation is that God issues it at all. That he remains willing to receive, to welcome, and to grant eternal life to people who have made a life of ignoring, despising, and defying him. He wants the selfish to find love; he wants the fools to become wise; he wants the wicked to become good; he wants all men to be saved. “Turn to me and be saved, all the ends of the earth!” You and I, like Charles Spurgeon, are the ends of the earth!”
Pastor Rayburn preaches “Turn to Me” from Isaiah 45:18-25.