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God's wrath AGAINST us....

For the wrath of God is revealed AGAINST all ungodliness and unrighteousness  ~ Romans 1:18 

The word translated against in Greek is “epi” which is a preposition. 230 more words

Exodus 7:1–5 God Is Just

The second thing we notice is that God is sovereign over both hearts and lands. So now we need to deal with this God-hardening-Pharaoh’s-heart business. The first thing we should be aware of is this is a grave warning to the unrepentant. 732 more words

Sermon Notes

Given Over to Our "Better" Judgement?

Romans 1:

  • Here Paul expresses his desire to visit the believers in Rome (vs. 10&13). His goal is to “be mutually encouraged by each other’s faith.” What’s particularly interesting here is that Christianity is still very young at this point.
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Words Of Life

The Gospel is for Everyone! (Romans 1:8-17)

One day Hudson Taylor, the British Protestant Christian missionary, was travelling on a Chinese junk from Shanghai to Ningbo. He had been witnessing to a man named Peter who rejected the gospel but was under deep conviction. 2,673 more words

Theology

DIVINE WORK CALLED FAITH

Rom. 1:17 For in it the righteousness of God is revealed from faith for faith as it is written, “The righteous shall live by faith. 403 more words

Faith

Introduction to Romans (Romans 1:1-7)

Fritz Kreisler (1875-1962), the world-famous violinist, earned a fortune with his concerts and compositions, but he generously gave most of it away. So, when he discovered an exquisite violin on one of his trips, he wasn’t able to buy it. 2,747 more words

Theology

Exchanging the truth for a lie: "God or Jesus never addressed Homosexuality in the Bible"

I had a run-in this week with a person on social media regarding my post on Leviticus 20:13. The individual wrote in response to my post something to the effect of “God never said anything about homosexuality in Scripture.” I did my best to address the issue with him but the conversation was quickly discontinued when he resorted to using 4-letter expletives with me. 1,481 more words

Scripture And Culture