evangelist was holding revival services in Whittier, Cal. A young man came forward and
knelt at the altar seeking pardon. For some reason he failed to obtain the
gift, and during the altar service he arose deliberately and without any
given reason took his seat in the rear of the church. During the progress of
the revival this young man came to the meetings a number of times, but
instead of continuing his seeking, he became indifferent and finally went so
far as to laugh and make sport during the service. One evening while this was
going on, the evangelist spoke to him and said "Young man, I expect to
hear of your death inside of thirty days." Just about the time the
thirty days had expired, while the young man was intoxicated, an automobile
ran over him and killed him. "He that being often reproved, hardeneth
his neck, shall suddenly be destroyed and that without remedy."
THE TELL-TALE By William Edward Shepard, God's Revivalist Press, Ringgold,
Young and Channing Sts. Cincinnati, O.