The Wrath Of God 's Testaments

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The Wrath of God
In God’s Testaments, His wrath is a human witnessing to the disasters sent from the heavens as a sign against all the godlessness and evil in people. Biblically, wrath is a divine sentence upon sin and sinners. Of course, parallel to God’s Wrath is His love receivable from heaven, for the good is always in need of His blessing. God is by nature love, and so we know and rely on the love God has for us (1 John 4:16), nevertheless in His justice, he Has to punish sin, because He is the Father. Scripture tells in many terms, how God expresses his emotions, which is in contrast to his love, and approval of his people. As his love is noticeably inconceivable, so are his disapproval, disgusts, furies, wrath, and vengeance towards the ones who go against his commands. In fact, it is in the Old Testament that prepares His people by forewarning them, “it is a dreadful thing to fall into the hands of the living God (Hebrews 10:31). In other words, anyone who professes their faith ad love to God will suffer His wrath if they voluntarily turn away from Him.
In order to understand what Scripture means, when revealing the antagonisms and the wrath of God, it is necessary to consider the characters and the elements in which they are speaking. God is divine; he absolutely and wholly detachments himself from sin, evil, corruption, and the resultant filth and guilt. To understand God 's wrath, it must always be a realization of defending His attributes of morality and…
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