The Cross—The Ultimate Revelation of God’s Judgments

The cross is the ultimate demonstration of the nature of God’s judgments. It reveals the certainty of God’s judgments, the perfection of God’s judgments, and the redemptive nature of His judgments. First, the cross reveals God’s judgment is certain.[1]There is no escape from it. God’s goodness required Him to respond

Two Common Errors Regarding Israel

There are two common errors made when people think about modern Israel. Each of these errors is significant because they can cause us to not recognize God’s purposes for Israel nor relate to His purposes properly. The two errors we must recognize are offering unbiblical mercy and gentile arrogance.

Who are the “Least of These My Brethren?”

In Matthew 25, Jesus bases His judgment of the nations on how they have responded to “My Brethren.” Given that His brethren become central to the judgment, it is important that we understand Jesus’ judgment and recognize that Jesus was affirming previous prophecies of the day of God’s judgment of the nations.

The Day of Punishment and the Knowledge of God

When Israel rejected YHWH in the wilderness and instead gave her worship and devotion to a golden calf, God warned that He would visit in a future day of punishment and not in that generation. In this sober warning, we also find a promise that reveals the depth of the judgment and of the mercy of God. We must understand the promise that is both a promise of judgment and a promise of mercy to know God.

Subscribe to Receive Free Resources by Email