The people who find it hardest to realise the extent and seriousness of their own sin are the so called “respectable” people. If you have a job, own a house, and have never been to prison or convicted of a crime, then beware. The chances are very …Read More
What does the fear of God really mean?
There are various aspects to fearing God. In part it means that we are to literally fear Him. You should be in awe of Him, because of His colossal power and the dreadful consequences of being on the wrong side of Him. In fact, you …Read More
The fear of the Lord
The reality is that the Bible tells us that “our God is a consuming fire” and that we are to fear and respect Him. Consider the following passages. I will put in capital letters each of the references to the “fear of God” or the …Read More
What kind of people will go to the Lake of Fire?
Many people say they can understand that other people are sinners, such as Adolf Hitler. They will accept that people like him might be worthy of the Lake of Fire, but not themselves. They say that they themselves are not really bad people, because they …Read More
The judgment for non-Christians – the Great White Throne
1Then I saw a great white throne and him who was seated on it. The earth and the heavens fled from his presence, and there was no place for them. 12And I saw the dead, great and small, standing before the throne, and books were opened. …Read More
The consequences of our sin – God’s judgment
God’s judgment is going to come upon the whole Earth and upon every person. None of us are exempt and nobody will escape it. Moreover it will be Jesus Christ Himself who will be our Judge: And He ordered us to preach to the people, and …Read More
None of us have any excuse
We have no excuse for not believing in God, or for our sins, even if we have never heard of the Bible or Christianity. Verses 19 and 20 (on the previous page) from Romans chapter one show that God has made the truth about Himself …Read More
Our sin separates us from God
The moment when Adam and Eve first sinned was when the whole human race fell from its level of perfection to the dismal level where it is now. Consider these verses which refer to the separation that resulted between God and man. That separation arose …Read More
Why did God allow Adam and Eve to sin?
One might ask why God allowed Adam and Eve to sin, given the terrible consequences it had for them and everyone since, including us. However, there was no alternative. Remember that God wants human beings to relate to Him freely and to voluntarily love, honour, …Read More
God’s attitude towards our sin
We see from the above verses that God takes His own holiness and sinlessness extremely seriously. There is no alternative for Him but to do so, because He must remain true to His own nature. Now consider by contrast the following passages. These show what …Read More