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Even at our worst God is always at his best. In our darkest hour our savior rescues and redeems. Our hearts cry for destruction yet God, is always at his best.
Are you living as if there is no God; with no thought of eternity? Do you make every day decisions based on how you feel or do you seek the counsel of God's word? Do you respond in anger to conflict? How can you conduct your life to be pleasing to the Lord and in a way that honors him?
Unresolved anger is like drinking poison expecting the other person to get sick. Jonah was drinking it by the gallons and wanted to die. He was angry at the compassion God had on his enemies. Resolving anger begins by understanding God's heart for sinful man.
Pastor Dave walks us through Judges 13:1 - 16:21 and engages the missing link in the cycle through the story of Samson.
The story of Jephthah offers both a hope and a warning. There is hope that we can trust the redemptive power of God over the brokenness of our past. There is warning that asks us, "are you attempting to buy God off, like you would an idol in your life?"
In Esther 5, we see Haman struggle with anger when Mordecai will not bow down to him. As a result, we see that anger isn't the issue but a deep idolatry of being approved of and accepted. Hear and listen why Jesus is better than idolatry.
God is unreasonable! God gets angry over nothing! God is upset when people assert their independence and violate His petty rules! If you believe this you are not alone. Many look askance at the wrath of God against sin. Even some believers relegate God’s wrath to the Old Testament, feeling that the New Testament God is nicer. Is this true? Is God’s wrath a bad thing or a good thing?