God Killed A lot of People. Here’s Why We Can Still Trust Him

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God Killed A lot of People. Here’s Why We Can Still Trust Him

In the Old Testament God had many people killed. Men, women, kids, homosexuals….He oftentimes spared no one. Examples:

THE FLOOD – God wipes out nearly all of humanity, sparing only Noah, and his family.

SODOM AND GOMORRAH – Genesis chapter 18 records the Lord and two angels coming to speak with Abraham. The story ends with an entire city wiped out and burned up.

THE AMALELITES – 1 SAMUAL 15:3 God says “Go and attack the Amalekites! Destroy them and all their possessions. Don’t have any pity. Kill their men, womenchildren, and even their babies.

Can we trust the Old Testament God? We can if we understand Him through the lens of the New Testament God. Same God, only we see the story unfold as we see God’s heart is to save all of humanity.

What if not killing these people resulted in 100% of humanity perishing forever? Would you prefer that a few died, so that MANY would live forever, and prefer that all of humanity lived a short earthly life yet had no hope, and beyond roughly 75 years?

Watch the above video and you decide.

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Author: Mike Cynar

Mike Cynar grew up in church and observed that countless people would go to church and then just stop. The church always referred to them as ‘fake Christians’ or ‘backsliders’ but Mike discovered the problem was deeper. The problem was the church message. The message was 90% behavior improvement and how bad you are, with a pinch of who you are in Christ, It was like every sermon was being preached to the church of Corinth. It’s in the Baptist church, Catholic, Pentecost, and most every other church. After discovering the true gospel message and how we are made right with God because of what ‘Jesus did’ (not what ‘we do’) Mike set out to free believers from behavior improvement programs and bring them back to Jesus. The Result – Jesus Without Religion was launched.

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