Paul Lintott • Sermon • • 1,916 views
Why does God allow natural Disasters? Introduction There is no doubt that reading accounts of how people have been affected by famines, earthquakes, floods, Tsunamis, eruptions, epidemics, storms and landslides makes for harrowing reading. It is almost impossible (at least for me) to not find yourself…
Rev. Chris Miller • Sermon • • 14 views
Suffering Inside the Circle of God’s Love Romans 8:35-39, Psalm 46 (Voices United, p. 770) Whether you have Haitian heritage or not, this has been an emotionally wrenching week. Terrible images of the devastating earthquake in Haiti have assaulted our eyes and ears on every source of news available to…
Much has been going on in the world: North Korea explodes a hydrogen bomb, a full eclipse of the sun, a magnitude 8.1 earthquake rocks Mexico, Hurricane Harvey hits Texas and Hurricane Irma is racing towards Florida. What does all this mean? Is God trying to get our attention? Does God use natural disasters as forms of punishment/judgement? This is a stand alone sermon in response to many questions Ken received concerning ongoing world events, especially natural disasters.