Guest Book

I would love to know a little bit about the people who read my blog. It is my prayer that those who do are encouraged and instructed in the Faith. If you find this blog helpful or even if you want to question or criticize, let me know what is on your mind. What does the Got Doctrine Blog mean to you?

4 Responses to Guest Book

  1. The depth of your knowledge regarding the scriptures amazes me! I’m so blessed to be the daughter of such a knowledgeable and godly man(: I learn so much from you through your sermons, blog, conversations, and life.

  2. keijo says:

    The bilbe are amazing book in joy and food and wisdom about Jesus who is head person that the book in many allogary and a pictures of life in the walley of the daeth in may time ,be bless and thanks,keijo sweden

  3. Shanti says:

    Hi, Janet. My apologies for the long delay in my repsonse. I’ve been preoccupied with flood issues of late . . .You ask some good, probing questions that I can’t pretend to answer with any certainty. Let me throw one thought into the mix: one of the interesting descriptions of God’s wrath in Romans 1 is that He gives us over to our sinful desires. (I find a similar idea in the Psalms where God’s enemies fall into the pit that they have dug ). In other words, if we stubbornly persist in our rebellion against God’s holy and loving will, He lets us experience the fruit of our choices as individuals, families, or even nations. Sin contains the seeds of its own fiery judgment. I find that to be a more helpful picture of God’s wrath than sinners in the hands of an angry God. Does that make sense? What do you think?

  4. leroy cole says:

    Kevin, I used that same text on the last Sunday of Dec. I love your outline. Thanks Leroy

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