Tag: wickedness

  • Biblical Principle #87: God Hates Evil (And Unrepentant Evil People)

    Biblical Principles List Principle God hates evil and unrepentant evil people. Explanation GOD designed the world to work in a specific way—the best way. He gave angels and men free will to choose how to live. When someone chooses to live inconsistently with GOD’s design, the Bible calls that sin. GOD hates sin because sin is…

  • Biblical Principle #79: God Oversees All Nations

    Biblical Principles List Principle God oversees all nations (and keeps wickedness in check). Explanation GOD oversees and interacts with humanity at multiple levels. We have previously established that GOD is just, hates sin, and that all sin must be punished. At the individual level, GOD watches our lives, recording our actions in His books (see…

  • Why Everyone Who Loves America Should Cringe Over “Gay Marriage”

    Why Everyone Who Loves America Should Cringe Over “Gay Marriage”

    This picture of the United States White House in Washington D.C. was taken on June 26, 2015, when the United States Supreme Court ruled that states must allow homosexual “marriage.” Let me tell you why this image should make you cringe. There are 4 societal mistakes that will rapidly destroy a nation:

  • 3 Psalms That Will Encourage You During Evil Times

    Do you find yourself feeling depressed over the increase of evil around you? I do. Here are 3 psalms that will lift your spirits and help you express your emotions to GOD. Read this ⬇️ and you’ll feel encouraged.

  • The Bible’s Proverbs on Speech (Wise and Foolish Talk)

    If you read my family devotionals, or if we’ve talked about spiritual matters in recent years, you probably know that I am a big fan of The Daily Bible. In fact, it has been one of my top five purchases ever. For this post, I’m going to “borrow” from The Daily Bible’s topical organization of the…

  • August 6 – First Deportation from Judah

    Reading 2 Kings 24:1a 2 Chron. 36:6-7 2 Kings 24:7 Jer. 25:1-38; 35:1-19 Devotional In 605 B.C. Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon invaded the land of Judah and attacked King Jehoiakim. He took the first captives back to Babylon, among which was the young man Daniel. Nebuchadnezzar took articles from the temple and put them in…

  • July 23 – Josiah, the Child King

    Reading 2 Kings 21:17-18a; 2 Chron. 33:18-20a 2 Kings 21:18b-19 2 Chron. 33:22-23 2 Kings 21:25, 23, 26a, 24; 22:1-2; 23:25-27 Devotional When Manasseh died, his son Amon became king of Judah. Although GOD blessed Manasseh after his repentance, GOD did not turn away from the punishment He planned for Judah because of all the evil…