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“God, in Christ, has reconciled us to Himself” Colossians 1:19-23


Some people object to the doctrine of hell by saying, “but if God is love, he wouldn’t sentence someone to hell”. But imagine a judge who knows a guilty verdict for a murderer is right and true, yet he says to the defendant, “I like the way you are dressed. I want to show you love. I’ll allow you to go home under house arrest and see how things go from there.” We would be outraged at such an action, under the guise of love! That is not a just judge! God’s love cannot be separated from his holiness and his justice.

“Giving thanks for the hard things”- Philippians 3:1-16


Continuing our series on “Cultivating a Thankful Heart”, we consider the question, “How can I give thanks for the hard things in my past?”  The answer is to slow down and review God’s grace. This message looks at two examples from the life of the apostle Paul.  We see how: God uses the sinful things […]