Revelation 16 begins by describing seven bowls of God’s wrath, held by seven angels, being poured out on the earth. God’s wrath is unique. We have experienced the wrath of man and have known the wrath of satan, but the wrath of God? The apostle Paul says, “For God did not appoint us to wrath, but to obtain salvation through our LORD Jesus Christ” (1 THESSALONIANS 5:9). Clearly, if we are saved from the ravages of Hell and our sins have all been forgiven, we are not destined for the wrath of God. In fact, we learn that God is converging on man because we, in large part, refuse and avoid God’s authority, provision, and forgiveness. Ultimately, we cannot ignore God. We were designed to worship Him. At some point, we will all bow down, whether we like it or not.
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