For many in our days the idea that a loving God can also be a wrathful one is an anathema. But the Biblical God is to be both feared (Proverbs 9:10) and loved (Mark 8: 28-29) and these two seeming opposites collide in the person of Jesus.
I listened yesterday in the car to a wonderful sermon The Divine Loving Warrior (04/03/12) that will teach you how this works.
Lots of things impacted me in this talk but it is worth taking the time to listen to simply to hear the incredible story Simon tells about his mother.
Saturday, August 24, 2013
For the pod: The Divine Loving Warrior
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