Sermons from December 2020
A flood can be described as a cataclysm, especially when it covers the entire earth!
There are numerous places in Scripture that inform us about how Christians ought to act. There are no places in Scripture that inform us about how Christians ought to sit on the sidelines and watch.
When you are commanded, the only right response is to do what you’re told to do!
Joy is not an emotional response to circumstances, at least, it isn’t supposed to be. True joy is a state of being.
Even when God determines to exercise judgment, He provides a way of escape, a way of salvation.
We have a difficult time comprehending the characteristics of God, His nature and attributes. That makes sense, we are a finite being trying to understand an infinite Being. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t have a better understanding, especially a better understanding of God’s love.
One reality about God that we have to come to grips with is that He is a God of justice, and that means judgment is a reality. We see in this week’s study that God’s judgment is one that we really don’t want to have to face.
How do you define peace? If it is simply a matter of freedom from conflict, then we will never know peace, as we will never be free of conflict in this world.
What can we possibly learn from a genealogy list? Plenty, as it turns out.