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The Vindication of Divine Wrath

Pastor Ken Prodzinski
Romans  •  Sermon  •  Submitted   •  Presented   •  59:22
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11321 W St. Martins Road Franklin, WI 53132 414-431-0532 Pastor Ken Prodzinski 9-18-2022 The Vindication of Divine Wrath: (Romans 1:18-25) Sermon Idea: As Paul begins the body of the Epistle, he does not take the opportunity to amplify the doctrine of justification that he introduced in vs. 17, which is a central theme of this book, but he abruptly shifts his focus by vindicating the wrath of God. In a sermon from October 30, 2005 R C Sproul stated the following, “You might have expected Paul to explain the great doctrine of justification that he just introduced, but instead he appears to be holding the good news up against the awful reality of the bad news, that all mankind is subject to the wrath of God because we have violated God’s Law because of our exceeding sinfulness.” The Definition of God’s Wrath: God’s wrath is his settled hostility toward sin in all its various manifestations. To say it is “settled” hostility means that God’s holiness cannot and will not coexist with sin in any form whatsoever. God’s wrath is his holy hatred of all that is unholy. It is his righteous indignation against everything that is unrighteous. I. The Reality of God’s Wrath: (vs. 18a) Page 1 of 2 11321 W St. Martins Road Franklin, WI 53132 414-431-0532 II. The Reason for God’s Wrath: (vs. 18b) III. The Repression Which Produces God’s Wrath: (vs. 19-23) IV. The Ramification of God’s Wrath: (vs. 24-25) Page 2 of 2
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