Judgment and Mercy
Topic: AM Service Passage: Genesis 19:1–19:38
The story of the destruction Sodom shows us that the Lord views sin as worthy of destruction. An important lesson that we dare not miss in the midst of it is that our sin is just as offensive to God, and worthy of His wrath, but for the mercy and garce found in Jesus Christ.
I. Sin Worthy of Destruction
II. Sin Blinds
III. Sin Must Be Destroyed
Questions for consideration: (1) When you think about sin, is it only (or usually) in the context of the bad sin of “other people?” Why is that? (2) In what ways do you compromise with the world? Why are you tempted to do so? (3) What is the danger to us in misinterpreting this passage? In ignoring it?