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Share on Facebook Finally, the great apostle of love, the apostle John, who gives us the sweet words of John 3: So the first thing we must say about the wrath of God at the end of the age that comes upon those who do not embrace Christ as Savior and Lord is that it is eternal — it will never end.
The final wrath of God will be terrible — indescribable pain. Suppose fire is a symbol.
Do people use symbols of horror because the reality is less horrible or more horrible than the symbols? People grasp for symbols of horror or beauty because the reality they are trying to describe is worse or better than they can put into words.
So his wife must not be as valuable as a diamond. I used the symbol of the most valuable jewel I could think of because my wife is far more precious than jewels. Honest symbols are not used because they go beyond reality, but because reality goes beyond words.
So Jesus says in Matthew The wrath of God is like cutting someone in pieces. Then he pictures it as darkness: The wrath of God is like being totally blind forever. Finally, he quotes Isaiah For their worm shall not die, their fire shall not be quenched, and they shall be an abhorrence to all flesh.
This is the second death, the lake of fire. This terrible, indescribably painful wrath will last forever. There will be no escape. Now is the day of salvation. After you die, there will be no offer of salvation and no way to obtain it.
The wrath of God will be deserved — totally just and right. Paul labored to show this truth in the first part of this letter to the Romans. Let me remind you of how he said it: Wrath does not come without warrant.
The truth of God is known Romans 1: And the truth is suppressed. And the fruit is ungodliness and unrighteousness. And on that comes wrath Ephesians 5: He says it even more explicitly in Romans 2: We are storing up wrath with every act of indifference to Christ, with every preference for anything over God, and with every quiver of our affection for sin and every second of our dull affections for God.
Then he says it once more in Romans 3:Vengeance, it’s God’s,” said mother. But I cried out vengeance. I was like a pent-up volcano. “Vengeance is mine not the Lord’s”. “No, Oscar. Vengeance is not ours, it’s God’s” these were the words from my mother before she died.
Mother was dead and I was blind. Vengeance is not ours? To forgive is divine but vengeance is sweeter.5/5(4). This topic of The Second Coming of Christ is part of the theological study known as eschatology a term based on the Greek words, eschatos (last) and logos (word or study).
What Are the Promises of God? Imagine stumbling over a treasure chest buried in the ground. You open it, and it’s full of gold coins — millions and millions of dollars’ worth.
Aug 25, · Vengeance is not Our's it's God's We declaimed this at our school. I just wanted to share it with you.
Hope you like it! Vengeance is not Ours, it's God's Vengeance is not ours? To forgive is divine but vengeance is sweeter. That was five years ago, five years Alms, alms, alms. Spare me a piece of bread. Spare me your mercy.
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“Vengeance Is Not Ours, It’s God’s” Alms, alms, alms.
Spare me a piece of bread. Spare me your mercy. I am a child so young, so thin, and so .