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Coffee and Revelation 34 – The Wrath of the Lamb

Revelation 6:12-17 – Why doesn’t God deal with all the evil and injustice in the world? He will – as this passage explains. I wanted to show Cash’s ‘God’s gonna cut you down”, but YouTube banned me – so I have added the link at the end…

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Coffee and Revelation 33 – How Long O Sovereign Lord?

1 comment

  1. “We want equality don’t we”

    Well, these “mighty people” isn’t it the case that equality in the sense of human rights with the belief of it being self – evident that all are born with equality and dignity and should relate accordingly has been hijacked by forces in a power game with a victim / oppressor narrative? God help you, literally, if you are identified as the “oppressor” in this narrative.

    Nietzsche said, ‘You preachers of equality, thus from you the tyrant-madness of impotence cries for ‘equality’: thus your most secret tyrant-appetite disguises itself in words of virtue. ‘ The reason we find virtue signalling so obnoxious is because anyone preaching it about themselves are like little tyrants.

    The truth is that we are all part victim, part oppressor. Part righteous and part not without sin. And without the fear of God’s judgement what is there to discourage that oppressor side? Indeed the day of judgement will be a terrifying day.

    But perfect love casts out all fear, including fear of God.

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