God’s wrath has nothing to do with bad temper or spite or animosity or revenge. The wrath of God is his perfect, righteous, settled, implacable antagonism to evil.”

– John Stott, in a sermon on Ephesians 2.1

Good to meditate on this Good Friday, remembering when he turned his implacable antagonism to evil” away from us and toward himself.

  1. John Stott, Ephesians 2:1-10. Recorded: 03/11/1971, Length: 28 minutes

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March 30, 2018 · church · cross · crucifixion · John Stott · Ephesians 2 · wrath

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