As he walked away confused about me I stood in silence just as confused about him. He argued that if God was a God of love then God would love him regardless of lifestyle. I reasoned with him, “Friendships have conditions. If you’re acting like an enemy you’re not going to be considered a friend.” We chatted back and forth with a level of mutual respect, but never truly influencing each other.
If God loves us why should anyone be concerned about God’s wrath?
This video/audio explores Romans 1:18-32, answering some questions about how God has revealed Himself to people, the cost of rejecting His revelation, and the connection of personal responsibility and God’s grace.
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