Then, in the days of the coming of Titus after Jesus had left, the Holy Spirit was that man with the inkhorn at His side. And He went through Jerusalem and set a mark upon the people. And now I want you to notice something, church member. And you claim to have the Holy Spirit? He said, "Don't seal any of them but them that sigh and cry for the abominations that's done in the city." Now, where's anybody so burdened about the world now and their conditions?
Well, "I'm Methodist, I'm Baptist, Presbyterian, so what difference does it make?" they say.
Oh, not that constant burden for the lost, that sweetness. Don't never let anything rise up and put bitterness in your soul. No matter how bad anyone ever treats you or anything, don't never! Don't be guilty of letting that thing anchor in your soul. It'll grieve the Holy Spirit away from you. It certainly will.
William Branham, Sermon "The Ten Virgins, And The Hundred And Forty-Four Thousand Jews"