The Wrath of God (3 of 47) by Chris Walls
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Paul up unto this point has developed the theme of the righteousness, which comes from God. This is a theme that Paul later will develop at length in chapters 3:21-5:21. Starting here in verse 18 of chapter one through verse 20 of chapter three, Paul is presents the evidence of mans sinfulness, to help underscore how desperately man needs God's righteousness. He does this in three sections. The section we have before us today is God's case against the irreligious, immoral pagan. Next week we will look at God's case against the religious, outwardly moral person. Paul concludes by showing that all men alike deserve God's judgment.
It is hard for many people to think of God as having a wrathful side to him. So many times people want to focus their attention on the love of God. When they do that, many times they negate other holy attributes. People in this day and time do not want to focus on negative things and they believe that by only focus on God's love they do themselves some sort of justice.
The problem is that they have promoted the idea of God is love, which he is, so much that people have begun to forget the judgment and wrath of God on sinfulness. Today we look at a critical passage of scripture. I look at this passage and it scares me. Because I see the things that Paul describes in this passage all around and wonder when is God's wrath going to fall. Well, in some cases it has fallen. In others, God patience and slowness to anger is there, because God wants to see people repent of their sin and turn to him, so he waits.
I. God's Wrath (v.18-25)
The idea of being revealed in verse 18 is that is continually being revealed. God reveals his wrath at all times. It is not a one-time event in history, which it can be, but is something that occurs continually. God is constantly uncovering his wrath on sinful people.
A) How does reveal his wrath.
1) Indir ...
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