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The doctrine of God’s wrath is not a popular topic in the church today. It is often seen in opposition to his love, but Gary Wilkerson and Keith Holloway explain how the wrath of God is actually married to his love and can be redemptive in its purpose.
Key Points from the Podcast
- God’s wrath is righteous, to be feared, consistent through both the Old and New Testaments, his love in action against sin, and satisfied in Christ.
- The wrath of God is very different than the human emotion of anger.
- God instructs us to be slow to be anger because he himself is longsuffering in executing his wrath.
- All have sinned and deserve the wrath of God, but God poured out his wrath on his Son so that we would be saved from eternal judgment through faith in Christ Jesus.
- There is a final day of judgment when God’s wrath will be poured out on all who are not followers of Christ.
Bible Verses Referenced in the Podcast
Romans 1:181, Genesis 6:5-6, James 1:7, James 1:19-20, Proverbs 19:19, Proverbs 11:21, Romans 3:23, Hebrews 2:3, Isaiah 53:4-6, 1 Thessalonians 5:9, Deuteronomy 28:15-68, 1 John 2:2, 2 Corinthians 5:21, John 10:18, Matthew 26:39, Romans 2:5, Revelation 15:1, Revelation 6:15-17, Revelation 6:9-112, Daniel 12:1-3
Resources Mentioned in the Podcast
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About Keith Holloway
Keith Holloway is the Senior Director of Missions Development at World Challenge. Keith is a CHE trainer, facilitator, and a member of the Global CHE Network’s Representative Council. He and his wife Maureen live in Colorado Springs; they have six grown children and seven grandchildren.
About Gary Wilkerson
Gary Wilkerson is the President of World Challenge, an international mission organization that was founded by his father, David Wilkerson. He is also the Founding Pastor of The Springs Church, which he launched in 2009 with a handful of people. He has traveled nationally and internationally at conferences and conducted mission ventures such as church planting, starting orphanages, clinics, feeding programs among the poorest of the poor and the most unreached people of the earth. Gary and his wife Kelly have four children and live in Colorado Springs, CO.
- Mistakenly cited as Romans 1:28
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