Today's Devotion

Good News: God’s Enemies Are Defeated

  • March 19, 2018 | Romans 10:15

In her book The Crucifixion, Fleming Rutledge says we are usually “queasy” to talk about the wrath of God: “If we are resistant to the idea of the wrath of God, we might pause to reflect the next time we are outraged at something.” Rutledge goes on to describe how God’s wrath (always against sin and evil) is different than human outrage (usually related to personal affront or inconvenience). “[The wrath of God] is a way of describing his absolute enmity against all wrong and his coming to set matters right.”

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