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Four reasons for sober consideration of the coming day the Bible describes as The Great White Throne Judgment.
Contributor: Phil Morgan (46 sermons shared)
Scripture: Revelation 20:11-20:15
Tags: God's Judgment
The Psalmist tells us why we must fear God. 1- We fear because God can be angered 2- We fear because God will judge everyone
Scripture: Psalms 76:1-76:12
Did America make a covenant commitment with God? I believe the answer is "Yes." American pioneers made a compact with God. In this covenant, the people agreed to honor God. In return, they expected God to bless them, but I believe America has broken i
Contributor: Jerry Falwell (89 sermons shared)
Scripture: 2 Chronicles 7:14
The Psalmist describes the actions of our great God. 1- God avenges for evil 2- God sees the oppression 3- God blesses the humble
Scripture: Psalms 94:1-94:11
Let’s consider what it means to stop passing judgment on others. 1- We must not be stumbling blocks 2- We must recognize the kingdom 3- We must do whatever leads to peace
Series: Book of Romans
Scripture: Romans 14:13-14:23
The two sides of God.
Series: Book of Romans
Scripture: Romans 2:1-2:11
We are all curious about death .... We are all curious about what happens after we die.Golfer Paul Azinger shared " I'm not saying that nothing ever bothers me and I don't have problems, but I feel like Iï¿½ve found the answer to ..... the six-foot ho
Contributor: J Jeffrey Smead (108 sermons shared)
As Habakkuk accepts God’s righteous judgment he finds the incredible grace gift of faith that causes him to rejoice & rise to new places of faith & strength. In accepting the fearful, challenging Word of God, he found grace to soar above circumstances
Contributor: Dennis Davidson (519 sermons shared)
Scripture: Habakkuk 3:18-3:19
The Psalmist’s prayer should be our prayer at times. 1- Answer me quickly, Lord 2- Do not bring me into judgment 3- Show me the way to go in life 4- Rescue me from my enemies
Scripture: Psalms 143:1-143:12
One of the images of God from the Old Testament is that of a powerful and intimidating deity who stands in judgment. How can that square with the God of love and compassion we see in the New Testament.
Series: Got Questions?
Contributor: Jeff Strite (728 sermons shared)
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-6:7