the bitter hostility of his nation to the glorious Gospel, and the awful consequences of their unbelief, weighing heavily and incessantly upon his spirit.Paul's response to God's sovereign election and His judicial work among the people is an appropriate one. Our response to sin and rejection of Jesus should be the same. If all scripture is sufficient for teaching, reproof and correction, then it's my dream that someday the church bulletin people will include some verses that do just that, as the Romans 9:2 verse does, illustrating a response to sin that is as much human as it is proper. Instead, we get a continual drip of insipid love and encouragement verses which is my opinion only serve in some cases to deepen the complacency of the self-satisfied Christian and most times, are ignored by the rest. How about some balance here, people?
OK, this is me pursuing the impossible dream... Soapbox over for today.
Scripture photo "Church Bulletin" series #1, Vulture
Scripture photo: "Church Bulletin" Series #3, Hell
Scripture photo "Church Bulletin" series #4, Lake of Fire
Scripture photo: "Church Bulletin" series #5, Wrath