1 Peter 4:7
By all reasonable observation it seems fair to say that that which the Scriptures call the end of all things indeed is at hand and that we’re living in days that I’m sure are to witness the soon return of our Lord Jesus Christ who at the appointed hour and without further delay, shall rend the heavens and come down to receive unto Himself His own and to visit upon a world ripe for judgment, fierce wrath and fiery indignation. It is on account of His soon coming that I believe the Lord is wanting to sound forth a warning, calling His Church to prepare themselves for the troubled waters that lie ahead. “But the end of all things is at hand: be ye therefore sober, and watch unto prayer” (1 Pet. 4:7).
This sermon is an exhortation for the Body of Christ to stand firm in the area of prayer. This is no time for sleeping Brethren, we are called to be sober and to remain awake for the purpose of prayer! If you are a prayerless Christian, this sermon is sure to be a challenge. May the Lord see fit to provoke and stir you that you might be found in this last hour, watching unto prayer.