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Summary: Believe in Jesus, accept Him and be delivered from the wrath and judgement okf Gid

May the peace of the Lord be with you.

Topic: YOU CAN ESCAPE THE WRATH AND JUDGEMENT OF GOD

Romans 2:2-5 King James Version (KJV)

2 But we are sure that the judgment of God is according to truth against them which commit such things.

3 And thinkest thou this, O man, that judgest them which do such things, and doest the same, that thou shalt escape the judgment of God?

4 Or despisest thou the riches of his goodness and forbearance and longsuffering; not knowing that the goodness of God leadeth thee to repentance?

5 But after thy hardness and impenitent heart treasurest up unto thyself wrath against the day of wrath and revelation of the righteous judgment of God;

Beloved, man alone can't escape the judgement of God. No man can escape the judgement of God.

All the evil men do incurs His wrath, and this wrath would be unleashed on the day of judgement. With disdain, you judge others who do exactly what you are doing or worse or you even do worse than and sometimes even pronounce judgement on them.

God is a righteous judge and His judgement is based on truth and nothing else.

*God is kind and mercuful, His mercy and kindness is supposed to lead you to repentance to accept Jesus and make Him your Lord and Personal Saviour.*

Beloved, no single man can escape the judgement of God for the heart of man is wicked and evil. Therefore, every man incurs the wrath of God and this wrath would be revealed on the day of judgement.

God does not want man to suffer His wrath, hence the coming of Jesus Christ to die for our sins for total redemption.

*Beloved God revealed His wrath upon Jesus. God allowed Jesus to go through pain, torture and all forms of punishment then finally die to pay for the sins, evils and wickedness of man with His blood.*

Beloved for this that Jesus did, God said in John 3:16, that anyone who believes in Jesus shall not perish but have everlasting life.

Beloved, for all those who the mercy of God leads to repentance and believes in Jesus to accept Him as their Lord and Personal Saviour, the blood of Jesus covers them and their redemption is obtained in the blood.

They are delivered from sin and death and the wrath of God is not kindled against them and they shall never face this wrath of God.

Beloved, no offence is punished twice, one person cannot be tried for the same offence multiple times even by law. In the same vain, anybody who accepts Jesus would not be tried again for his offences for Jesus has taken them and He has been tried and punished already by God on the cross for them, He has shed blood and died for these sins.

God will be unrighteous and unfair to judge you again for the same sin and punish you for Jesus has been judged and suffered this punishment for you already.

Jesus died for your past, present and future sins and therefore He has been punished for all. None left out. They are all covered.

*Therefore beloved, the only way to escape the wrath of God is righteousness.*

This righteousness, can never be obtained by man on his own account unless He accepts Jesus and the righteousness of Jesus is imputed to him, so he becomes righteous.

Beloved, you can escape the wrath of God, you can escape His judgement and be free to live in His Kingdom forever, if and only if you will accept Jesus as your Lord and Personal Saviour for *IT'S ALL ABOUT JESUS* and no one else. He is all you need.

Prayer: Father, may your forbearance and mercy lead me and all men to repentance, to accept Jesus as our Lord and Personal Saviour so we get saved and escape your wrath and judgement for the glory of your name and for our benefit in the mighty name of Jesus I pray. Amen.

_DEPOPULATING HELL BY FIRE TO POPULATE HEAVEN BY GRACE THROUGH EVANGELIZATION IN THE NAME OF JESUS AND HIS FINISHED WORKS ON THE CROSS_

#itsallaboutjesus

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