For thou wilt not leave my soul in hell; neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy One to see corruption. —Psalms 16:10
This blessed truth was preached on that Pentecostal Day to verify, by the Word of God, that Jesus, the crucified One, is the risen Christ of God (Acts 2:27). What an utterly glorious thought to ponder; what an absolutely marvelous truth for meditation: this same risen and exalted One, though He be blasphemed by men of ill-repute; though wicked villains might try to sling mud upon His beloved bride; although cavilers would doubt His Word, deny His Word, and twist His Word for their greedy gain, Christ Jesus suffereth not corruption.
There is glorious security in the sufficiency of His salvation through His precious spilt blood and His suffering unspeakable torments under God’s wrath; but there is also an especial security that may be embraced in our hearts to know that though these times are perilous, and though men wax wickedly as every second tics nearer the days of Noah, and the days of Sodom and Gomorrah, the corruption of these things do not touch His glory, neither will they hinder His will and work. Jesus Christ will subdue all His and our enemies and place them under His feet.