Apologetics 101: Loving God and Punishment

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Apologetics 101 – 3 – Loving God and Punishment

Scripture: John 16:7-11

Points:
1. For God to be good, he must punish evil!
– Ezekiel 18:30-32
2. God is slow to punish!
– Psalm 145:8-9
– 2 Peter 3:9-10
3. God knows exactly what to punish!

Ending:
When you look at John 16:9-10, it plainly says that the sin of the world is that it refuses to believe in Jesus Christ. There will not be a person in hell because of any one particular sin, or multiple sins that they committed. They will be in hell because they refused to believe that Jesus Christ died for their sins. They refused to believe that they could be reborn in the blood Christ and the HS. That is what people will be eternally punished for.

We serve a good God who laid is all out on a silver platter. Punishment will come because righteousness was made readily available, and most people have refused to accept the forgiveness of sin! What’s your choice today? Judgement is coming. A way out has been given. If we are punished, we have no one to blame but ourselves!

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