“There could be more deaths in the weeks to come…not of children.  It may be some of you brethren.”   Sean Morris

 

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Oblivion, Chastening, and Hope After the Death Of Faith (18.8 MiB)

Oblivion, Chastening, and Hope After the Death Of Faith



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15:03  “These plagues, and this wrath brethren, is a testimony that God has chosen us, as Judah.  And has, and seeks a covenant with us.”

16:00  “That’s where we’re at brethren. God’s striving with us that we would be afflicted, that we would take sin as seriously as God takes it.  That we would confess our sins and seek to understand the truth of God, and not justify ourselves.”

16:25  “Six different times in 1 Corinthians chapter 10 the Lord warns of impending pestilences and wraths and deaths brethren!  There could be more deaths in the weeks to come…not of children.  It may be some of you brethren.”

18:10  “And because God is near, sin must be dealt with – or wrath is immediately broken forth.”

85:25  “Perhaps there are some unholy murmurings in here! And that’s why this plague is not being stayed.  This plague of God smiting all these people with stomach flu.”

88:08  “Perhaps some of you have not praised the Lord. Perhaps some of you have murmured against God. Perhaps some of you are disputing in your hearts against him. Perhaps some of you are envying the heathen.  Perhaps some of you are taking lightly the mercy of God. Perhaps some of you think that God is unrighteous to do this to you because you think that your works are righteous.  Perhaps you are forgetting this God altogether. Brethren, all of these things are causes for this plague not to stop.  Not until we see what God wants us to see.”

89:15  “He won’t be my father or my savior unless I don’t touch the unclean thing.  He will not perform his fatherly compassion to me if I touch the unclean thing.   He will not, he will not confirm me that I might be blameless. He’ll leave me blamable in his sight if I touch unclean things.  Both saints who fall and sinners, saints who fall and sinners – those who are unclean.”

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