An Angry God of Love? The Seven Bowls of Revelation 15-16

God’s wrath raises the question of God’s love. Is God an angry God? How can God be a God of love if he seems angry at humanity?

An Angry God of Love? The Seven Bowls of Revelation 15-16

This week we look to the end of the earth as we know it when we read about the pouring out of seven bowls of wrath. The message will be from Revelation 15-16, where God’s angels pour out God’s wrath on the world in the final days. God’s wrath raises the question of God’s love. Is God an angry God? How can God be a God of love if he seems angry at humanity? Why does God allow suffering for people he loves? And if the end of days is coming, when will it be too late to repent and turn to Jesus?

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