Rebellious Children

Rebellious Children

Update: 2020-11-01
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Isaiah, writing in the 8th Century BC, begins with a 360 degree review which exposes darkness through a hurting father, a hurting children, and a hideous religion. God is a personal and intimate father who is not distant and uncaring toward what his children do, being broken over the depravity of his children who continually forget him and rebel against him. Estrangement from God through rebellion in sin has brought darkness, loneliness, emptiness, hurt, suffering, and death. Our sin has caused us hurt, and hurt the Father. Our religion, without relationship, is a hurt and broken religion. Our rituals, without restoring our relationship to the Father, is empty. Still, there is a hint of hope: scarlet sins will be made white as snow. Restoration will come. There’s hope of sins that will be washed away, a city that will be made righteous and learn justice, and a people who will walk in the light of the Lord. Through the murder of God’s son, Jesus Christ, the light of God has shone thr...
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Rebellious Children

Rebellious Children

Nick Coombs