Sermons on Judgement
Imprecatory Psalms are the Psalms of the Bible that call upon the Lord for judgment upon the wicked. This type of petition is not unique to the Psalms, they are found in both the Old and New testaments, but their typology is distinctly observed in the Psalms. There is both purpose and revelation for their employment in the Bible and they are no less inspired than the rest of scripture.
There can be no greater witness of hope than the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In this witness he demonstrated that he had had not only died for the sins of the world, but that he achieved the fulfilment of the law in paying the penalty of sin for all who believe. His resurrection witnessed the victory that all desired to know was accomplished.
According to our passage in Romans 2 man is inexcusable respecting his knowledge of God. Not only does he know creation itself declares the glory of God, but when it comes to morality, his judgement of the sin he sees in others condemns himself, because he does the same things. Our awareness of the sin we see in others is a self declaration that we see sin in ourselves, we have no excuse to ever think there is no right or wrong when we see wrong in others.
The Book of Nahum Survey Pr Edi Giudetti 19-11-2017 What do you imagine against the Lord? Nahum 1 1:2 God is jealous, and the Lord revengeth; The Lord revengeth, and is furious; The Lord will take vengeance on his adversaries, And he reserveth wrath for his enemies. 3 The Lord is slow to anger, and great in power, And will not at all acquit the wicked: The Lord hath his way in the whirlwind and in the storm, And the clouds…
The Book of Obadiah
An incredible book that again demonstrates to all that the Lords ultimate desire is that for which man was created, a relationship with him. In each book we have studied so far we can’t help notice that together with the many judgments pronounced, God’s heart is for a relationship with each one of us.
The Book of Jeremiah Survey Pr Edi Giudetti
Do the prophetic condemnations in this book apply to the world today? How close are we to the days of Tribulation?