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In the Roman world of Jesus’ time, there were many moral problems.  There were famines, wars, diseases.  There was harsh poverty and decadent luxury. There was political corruption, intrigue, abuse of authority.  There was embezzlement, treason, armed insurgents who plotted to overthrow the government.  There was pornography, homosexuality, promiscuity, bestiality, and pederasty.  There was legalized prostitution, infanticide, and a corrupt system of entertainment that glorified gratuitous violence.
But when God Himself came to earth as a Man, he chose to vent the brunt of his moral outrage at one specific class of people:
Upstanding religious people who lived moral lives and had good Biblical theology.

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4 comments:

  1. grace is a HUGE struggle of mine-thanks for sharing.

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  2. Thanks for the link! I'm glad you found it encouraging. I'll be putting up more articles in the coming weeks / months.

    P.S. It's "Pazdziora"... though I understand why everyone has a hard time with the spelling! :-)

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  3. Aw, Eric, I'm sorry! But yes--great article. I will check back for more.

    Youwillriseagain---oh, the mystery of grace. May God sweeten your journey with a special touch from Him!

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  4. I so want to be like David as he was in this situation! The point about Jesus spending most of His moral outrage on the Pharisees is so true. I have been there. But I am learning, slowly, about grace. HE certainly has been very gracious to me!!!

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