The Soul That Sinneth It Shall Die


THE SOUL THAT SINNETH IT SHALL DIE

            by Evangelist Dan Manka

1.  ADAM AND EVE ATE OF THE FRUIT.

THE SOUL THAT SINNETH, IT SHALL DIE.

THE BITTER PERSON HAS A SINFUL ROOT.

THE SOUL THAT SINNETH, IT SHALL DIE.

(CHORUS)

BE SURE YOUR SINS WILL FIND YOU OUT.

THE SOUL THAT SINNETH, IT SHALL DIE.

BE SURE YOUR SINS WILL FIND YOU OUT.

THE SOUL THAT SINNETH, IT SHALL DIE.

IT SHALL DIE, (IT SHALL DIE,) IT SHALL DIE, (IT SHALL DIE,) 

THE SOUL THAT SINNETH, IT SHALL DIE.

BE SURE YOUR SINS WILL FIND YOU OUT.

THE SOUL THAT SINNETH, IT SHALL DIE.

2.  KORAH AND HIS LEADERS FELL DOWN IN THE LAND.  

THE SOUL THAT SINNETH, IT SHALL DIE.

IN NOAH’S DAY THERE WAS SIN ON EVERY HAND,

AND THE SOUL THAT SINNETH, IT SHALL DIE.  (Chorus)

3.  PHARAOH’S ARMY CHASED THE JEWS DOWN INTO THE SEA.

THE SOUL THAT SINNETH, IT SHALL DIE.

GOD CHANGED THE KING’S LAW AND SET THE THREE MEN FREE,

BUT THE SOUL THAT SINNETH, IT SHALL DIE.  (Chorus)

God has commandments, principles, and laws in His Holy Word by which we should live.  Many sinners never fear God.  They never learn His principles or they do not believe His laws govern their lives.  Oh, that men would learn from a child that we must obey God, that we are sinners, that God has a principle of sowing and reaping, that our sins will always find us out and that a sinner without Christ will not enter heaven.

Too often, man thinks he can control his destiny.  He thinks he is free to live how he pleases.  He thinks he can cover his sin.  He thinks no one will find him out.  But that is all wrong.  There is always a “pay day, someday.”  God is like the Royal Canadian Mounted Police:  “He always gets His man.”  No one slips through the cracks with God.  No one gets away with his sin.  The soul without Christ will die in his sin.

Dear friend, If you have never asked Christ to forgive you of your sins, please, do it today, before it is too late, because the Bible says, “the soul that sinneth it shall die.”

 

 

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