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Ephraim on Trial (A Poem on the Justice & Mercy of God)

Ephraim on Trial I sat in the courtroom Waiting for the Judge. The air, thick with tension. The mood, somber. He walked in And everyone stood. The atmosphere changed. The Judge was present, yet unseen. His presence, overwhelming. Invisible, yet … Continue reading

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How to Write a Book about God That Christians Will Not Read (Thoughts on Psalm 11)

I’m convinced there’s one prominent biblical topic that most people, including Christians, prefer not to discuss: the wrath of God. Even though you’ll find it presented often in Scripture, from Genesis to Revelation, most Bible-believing Christ-followers would rather ignore it. … Continue reading

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How Many People Are In Hell?

Do you ever wonder what hell is like? The Bible tells us. More specifically, Jesus tells us. Luke 16:19-31 contains the story of the rich man (who goes to hell) and Lazarus (who goes to heaven). The rich man “was in … Continue reading

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What Happens When We Ignore God’s Wrath?

In chapter 15 of Knowing God, J.I. Packer indicts the church for ignoring the wrath of God. “To an age which has unashamedly sold itself to the gods of greed, pride, sex and self-will, the Church mumbles on about God’s … Continue reading

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