Divine Forbearance in Punishing the Wicked

Jehovah-Jireh A Treatise on Providence by William S. Plumer Some explanation of the delays of providence in punishing the wicked. How divine forbearance should be regarded, and how it may be abused. The Almighty does not settle his accounts with creatures every thirty days. He is long-suffering. He is patient under affronts. He forbears to… Read More Divine Forbearance in Punishing the Wicked

Catastrophe, Judgment, and Christ’s Two Kingdoms

“Nothing doth usually so bring men’s sinnes to mind and memory as judgments” (William Gouge, God’s Three Arrows, p. 6). Whenever there is a tragic event such as a natural disaster, terrorist attack, disease outbreak, etc. discussions arise about God’s involvement. Some Christians have a hard time believing that God would allow something so cruel even… Read More Catastrophe, Judgment, and Christ’s Two Kingdoms