WAKE UP AMERICA!
It is stunning to see the rapid changes in America as we become less Christian every day.
Franklin Graham said, "We are at the mercy of a generation that seems to have no respect for God's standards and no awareness of His redeeming love."
The world is not marching toward God's judgment it is running. Why is there coming a day of God's wrath? We see the reason for God's wrath in Romans 1:18. His wrath is coming because of the ungodliness and unrighteousness of men.
OT Sermon Outlines
Jesus said: "Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away." (Matthew 24:35) Paul said: "Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all long-suffering and doctrine." (2 Timothy 4:2) Preaching is not the most popular thing taking place in the church today. Yet, it is the most important thing that should be taking place in the House of God. Only the Word of God preached in the power of the Holy Spirit can change a life.
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J. I. Packer: "The fact is that the subject of divine wrath has become taboo in modern society, and Christians by and large have accepted the taboo and conditioned themselves never to raise the matter."
Arthur W. Pink: "It is sad indeed to find so many professing Christians who appear to regard the wrath of God as something for which they need to make an apology, or who at least wish there were no such thing."
Christians today only want to hear and talk about the love and goodness of God. They are offended if a preacher declares the holiness of God and His wrath against sin. It makes Christians feel uncomfortable. It is understandable that a sinner feels that way, but it makes no sense at all for a Christian to be offended. God's divine hatred of sin is just as much a part of His perfect nature as is His love for sinners.