In His Presence
Look at that little prostitute down there that day at Samaria, that woman. She was in a bad shape mentally and physically. We know that. But as soon as she seen that sign done of the Messiah, she said, "We know Messiah's coming to do this. Thou must be His prophet."
He said, "I'm that Messiah that was wrote to come."
She recognized it. She never asked one more question. She started right quick with the responsibility to know that if she had found that and come into the Presence of God, she was responsible to tell somebody else about It. Hallelujah. Right. Any man that comes into the Presence of God is responsible before God, from that minute on to tell somebody else. Look at Abraham; look at Moses; look at Peter; look at Paul; the moment they come into the Presence of God, recognized themselves sinners, and sealed their testimony with their life. Look at the little lady, she couldn't stay no longer, she went to the city and told the men, "Come, see the Man that told me the things I've done. Isn't this the Messiah?" They could not deny It, because It was Scriptural. Certainly. Yes, they've got to do it, a man, when we got a responsibility of telling others as Moses did, as Peter did, as Paul did. After these things, you've seen It and come into His Presence, you're responsible for the message to get to somebody else. You just cannot set still with it. You must take it to someone else.