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God Must Destroy Sodom

Gen 18:26 And Jehovah said, If I find in Sodom fifty righteous within the city, then I will spare all the place for their sakes. Gen 18:29 And he spoke to Him yet again, and said, Peradventure ther...

Sodom’s Corruption: Infuriating to Man, Enraging to God

First, let us look at several passages of scripture which describe God’s destruction of Sodom. Gen 19:1–11 And there came two angels to Sodom at even; and Lot sat in the gate of Sodom: and Lot seei...

Sodom Is Utterly Annihilated for Offending God’s Wrath

When the people of Sodom saw these two servants, they did not ask their reason for coming, nor did anyone ask whether they had come to spread God’s will. On the contrary, they formed a mob and, withou...

After Sodom’s Repeated Hostility and Resistance Toward Him, God Utterly Eradicates It

Now that we have a general understanding of God’s righteous disposition, we may return our attention to the city of Sodom—a place that God saw as a city of sin. By understanding the substance of this ...

Although God’s Wrath Is Hidden and Unknown to Man, It Tolerates No Offense

God’s treatment of the whole of humanity, foolish and ignorant as humanity is, is primarily based on mercy and tolerance. His wrath, on the other hand, is kept concealed for the vast majority of time ...

God’s Wrath Is a Safeguard for All the Forces of Justice and All Positive Things

By understanding these examples of God’s speech, thoughts and actions, are you able to understand God’s righteous disposition, a disposition that will not tolerate being offended by man? In short, reg...