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The Bible makes it clear that there will be a Day of Judgment. The Scriptures warn, “Though they join forces, the wicked will not go unpunished” (Prov. 11:21). However, will the standard of judgment be the Ten Commandments, or something … Continue reading
The ungodly see that they live as well as, if not better than, those who refrain from sin (see Matt. 5:45). Instead of being humbled by God’s goodness, they see Heaven’s silence as approval. Job 12: 6The tents of robbers … Continue reading
“Last of all, let each child of God rejoice that we have a guardian so near the throne. Every Jew in Shushan must have felt hope when he remembered that the queen was a Jewess. Today let us be glad … Continue reading
Zedekiah heard the gracious offer of God’s mercy many times, and yet he refused it. Millions are like the stubborn king. There are times when we want to give up on them, but how can we? Never stop pleading with … Continue reading
We still violate God’s Law, even if we sin in ignorance. Even though someone is ignorant of the law of gravity, they suffer the consequences of violating its laws. God does, however, take ignorance into account (see Acts 17:30). See … Continue reading
For us, God also stopped the mouths of the ten hungry lions of the Ten Commandments. He sent the Messiah to take the curse of the Law on our behalf (see Gal. 3:13) and save us from being devoured by … Continue reading
The Law of God did call for the stoning of non-virgin brides, as well as rebellious, drunken youths (see 21:18–21), with the purpose that “all Israel shall hear and fear.” However, there is no recorded incident in Scripture of either … Continue reading