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Jesus is better! Don't love the world, love him!
This world is beautiful. This world is wonderful. This world is filled with creatures who in some way all reflect the majesty and character of God. Yet, according to 1 John 2:15 we are not to love this world. In fact it says that if we love the world then we don’t love God! What in the world does this mean?
The incarnation of God demands that we see the majesty of God in Christ, that we open our mouths about the glory of God, that we live being pursued by the glory of God and pursuing to see the glory of God in all his fullness.
The glory of God is central to the Bible and therefore is central to the gospel. When Paul presented the gospel to the Athenians, he did not embrace the spirit or culture of Athens but challenged it. He then reasoned with them out of the scriptures.
Genesis is the beginning of a revelation of our Creator, Redeemer God. Immediately, we are overwhelmed with the majesty of our God.
Psalm 93 is short, but its message is vital! The Lord reigns, He always has. He is clothed with majesty and strength. And the floods come, they often will, and every one of us will experience them in one way or another. But the good news is that God is mightier than the floods. His Word if very sure, His character is very pure, and He allows the floods of life so that we, His people might be purified on the other side of our floods in life.