Abraham was instructed to sacrifice Issac to God. But what if God never intends to accept or allow this sacrifice to take place? If God is all knowing then the plan and the outcome are already known by God. If on the other hand God does not know what Abraham will do and what’s going to happen then God is not God, but god.
Archive for April, 2013
Working thru some things at the weekly men’s breakfast, the idea of God’s wrath came up. We were looking at the fact that God is unchanging, and a couple of the guys who are newer to being disciples of Christ were asking about the God of the Old Testament vs. the God of the New Testament. They had been given the idea that God pre the incarnation of Christ was mean, and punished and was full of wrath. But now, since the life of Jesus, God is love. Kind, loving, gentle, God is now different.
How can God be Loving and Wrathful?
Doesn’t seem to me God’s Wrath is gone
Would it be enough?
whether or not I see Him today I know He is there and because of that I will do what I can to live a life that pleases Him.