April 2019, I posted a list of what God hates to my church home's Facebook page. This post reached well over 25,000 Facebook users. Occasionally I still will see this post pop up on our church Facebook page with a like or ‘angry’ emoji.
A comment this week brought these verses up again and I can tell the person that commented doesn’t believe God hates. If you don't believe God can hate, don’t take my word for this. Pick up a copy of God’s Word, the Holy Bible and turn to Proverbs 6 and read verses 16-19. These verses are clear that God does HATE SIN AND SINFUL ACTIONS!
I do not bring this up to cause people to think God is like us as He isn’t. God is God and He doesn’t think or act like we do. His love, grace and mercy are much greater than any hate He has for sin. This is the reason He sent his only son to die on the cross for our sins. This gave us a way of salvation from our sinful ways through Jesus Christ’s bloodshed. Nor do I bring this up again to stir up controversy.
Every generation has said this is the year Jesus is returning, but no generation has had as many prophecies fulfilled as ours. No other generation has had the technology to accomplish what will happen during the tribulation years as we do now. I am sharing these Bible verses again, to help wake the lost up and see that there will be a judgement one day and according to prophecies, that day is fast approaching.
I pray you will not find yourself under God’s wrath due to neglecting Him and His Word. Rather, I hope you will enjoy peace with Him and His compassion for you. It is not His will that any should perish. (2 Peter 3:9). I urge you to consider a relationship with Christ while we are under the dispensation of grace. ( https://www.gotquestions.org/dispensation-of-Grace.html)
Here is a link to the Romans Road to Salvation should you choose to accept God’s love, grace and mercy: https://www.christianfaithplace.com/romans-8-road-to-salvation
If you are already saved, please share this plan of salvation with as many as possible in order to reach the lost for Christ.
My heart and prayers go out to all that read this.
The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. Instead he is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance. (2 Peter 3:9 NIV)