We all know God, or better put, the bible makes it abundantly clear is that God is LOVE. Yet just as any parent becomes angry with their children’s constant misbehaving so too a Holy God does with His rebellious creation. Yet far to many if not most “preachers” avoid even mentioning God’s wrath.
I am here to tell you it was both the Love of God and the Wrath of God that finally brought me to true conversion. I cried for the Love of someone who would willingly go to the cross for me; and I cried in fear of my own condemnation if I denied that cross and had to spend eternity in Hell.
Here is an 9 Part series entitled “Grace to You Blog Series – God’s Wrath”
I pray they bless you greatly. – Mike
The Inconvenient Truth About God
The Reality of God’s Wrath
The Necessity of God’s Wrath
The Revelation of God’s Wrath
The Uniqueness of God’s Wrath
The Timing of God’s Wrath
The Source of God’s Wrath
The Fullness of God’s Wrath
The Good News About God’s Wrath
Here is a 5 part series from GTY on the Holiness of God. Note they are listed in reverse order from which they were published
While this short series was first published over a year ago, we believe it could not be more timely. As worldly, corrupting influences seep into the church, we trust that these vital truths will help...
OTHER IN SERIES:
The New Segregation
The following 11 articles are from G2Y series on Contentment I hope them are a blessing to you.
Here is Grace to You’s Three Part Series entitled Profiles In Godliness by John MacArthur. Originally run 6 years ago, Pastor John uses Joseph as a biblical example of a Godly man and how we can live a Godly life in troubling time.
Joseph: The Precision of God’s Sovereignty
It should be clear by now that unchecked anxiety isn’t good for you. It’s a sin expressly forbidden by the Lord, so there is the spiritual cost to consider. But it’s also harmful to your health, your productivity, and your relationships. It wreaks havoc throughout your life, and as we saw yesterday, it strangles your mind.
Here are the rest of the articles in the series in ascending order:
Divine Sovereignty and Human Responsibility
God’s Sovereignty in Salvation
God’s Unimpeachable Sovereignty
God’s Sovereignty and Our Gospel Responsibility
Overwhelmed by Anxiety?
Worn Out by Worry
Easter or Resurrection Sunday if you prefer is and should be a day of celebration for true Christians worldwide. Especially with all that is currently going on in the world right now. That being said it is never a bad time to remember or learn from the lessons of the past or in this case as John MacArthur teaches “Lessons from the Earthquake”.
by Cameron Buettel Friday, April 10, 2020
Jesus never promised us lives free of tribulation and calamity. Indeed He warned His disciples, “In the world you will have tribulation” (John 16:33, NKJV). The current COVID-19 pandemic that has engendered so much fear and panic is not the first—nor will it be the last—crisis people will experience in this world.
On January 17, 1994, Los Angeles was struck by an earthquake measuring 6.7 on the Richter scale. Just six days later, John MacArthur entered the pulpit of Grace Community Church to minister to a congregation still reeling from the devastation and ongoing aftershocks. His message was titled “Lessons from the Earthquake,” a sermon as timely today as it was twenty-six years ago. It remains a powerful reminder to maintain a godly, eternal perspective on the events around us. As John said that morning,
I think there are definitely some things we need to learn on the temporal side—the earthly side—about buildings and roads and emergencies and processes and all of that. But those kinds of things aren’t really what this earthquake should primarily teach us. There are lessons to learn that are far more profound than anything that is temporal. We need to contemplate the reality of what’s gone on from a biblical perspective—from the Lord’s perspective—and how it is to be viewed in line with His purposes and His will.
There are two categories of lessons to be learned: Lessons for ChristinasLessons for those who are Christians and lessons for those who are non-Christians. Another way of saying it would be lessons for those who are prepared to die and lessons for those who are not prepared to die. . . . An earthquake like this is a profound teacher. And the lessons it teaches are equally profound.
John lays out fourteen lessons in all—seven for believers and another seven for unbelievers. They are encouraging, energizing, and also deeply convicting reminders of the calling and opportunity God has placed upon our lives as His people—the glorious responsibility to bring the light of the gospel to a world engulfed in darkness.
I highly recommend you Click here – to listen or read “Lessons from the Earthquake.”