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|Hubbard, Elbert Men are not punished for their for sins, but by them. - Hubbard, |
Kin Really to sin you have to be serious about it. - Ibsen, Henrik God does not
treat us as our sins deserve, man treats us as our sins deserve. - Irvine, Robert
|For nearly an hour I've listened to Reverend Tim on The Prayer Hour: 'God does |
not treat us as our sins deserve—man treats us as our sins deserve!' Christ,
enough of this. I turn the radio dial through high-pitched static, tuning in to the
wail of ...
|In the Old Testament God's reconciling work often gets expressed in the familial |
terms of how a father treats his sons. ... nor will he harbor his anger forever; he
does not treat us as our sins deserve or repay us according to our iniquities. For
|to the world (public fashion and opinion), the flesh (our fallen nature) and the |
devil (demonic forces). ... 7 with the summary: “So then, I myself in my mind am a
slave to God's law, but in the sinful nature a slave to the law of sin” (Rom 7:25). ...
that we are dust” that he is patient toward us, slow to anger, and “does not treat
us as our sins deserve” (Ps 103:10, 14). ... does not mean that it is destroyed. On
the contrary, Scripture invariably treats us as morally responsible agents. It lays
on us ...
|Looking Past Offenses Those men and women who evaluate driving skills might |
seem to strive to catch every picky fault. Yet they don't. ... Yet it's how God treats
us. ... He will not always accuse, nor will he harbor his anger forever; he does not
treat us as our sins deserve or repay us according to our iniquities.” God doesn't ...
|... (“do the right thing”).99 This word pair asks Joshua for an outcome that benefits |
him and Israel and that also treats the Gibeonites ... Israel knows Yahweh as a
God of mercy, and in my view Joshua 9–10 display that mercy, too. ... He will not
always accuse, nor will he harbor his anger forever; he does not treat us as our
sins deserve or repay us ... His rationale was clear: “Let us fall into the hands of
the LORD, for his mercy is great; but do not let me fall into the hands of men” (2
|Since its original publication in 1981, When Bad Things Happen to Good People has brought solace and hope to millions of readers and its author has become a nationally known spiritual leader. From the Trade Paperback edition.|
|... anger, abounding in LOVE. ... He DOES NOT TREAT US AS OUR SINS |
DESERVE OR REPAY US ACCORDING TO OUR ... God doesn't get angry at us
when we're bad. He treats us with love, tenderness, and patience. Martin, come
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