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The kind of thing that happens when God’s people don’t listen, don’t obey, don’t trust Him: Isaiah 6:11 Then said I, Lord, how long? And he answered, Until the cities be wasted without inhabitant, and the houses without man, and … Continue reading
Jesus judged the fig tree, and went on into Jerusalem, into the city He would judge. Continue reading
If God blotted out every verse against homosexual sin, a guilty conscience would still tear at them, for that sin and all their other sins. Continue reading
By engaging our sense of justice before our pride gets involved, God graciously makes it is easier for us to come to repentance. Continue reading
When we sin, the god we hold in our hearts is a false one, an idol of our own making. Continue reading
Every part of it is needed to understand His love, man’s rebellion, and how that loving relationship is supposed to function. The Scriptures are One Book. It all matters. Continue reading
What did Christ do to my sin? This sermon was NOT a traditional three-point sermon. It couldn’t be — there were too many things that Christ did to my sin for that to be possible. He did absolutely everything that needed to be done to set me free from it forever.