Death seems so ominous, so fear-producing. Yet even that final passage of death can be precious because it is the doorway into eternal life and everlasting fellowship with God and his saints.
The psalm reminds us that as wonderful as it is to witness these dramatic events, redemption is no laughing matter.
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Many things imprison us, but the truth of God’s Word remains unchanged, whether we feel it or not.
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In the book of Revelation, Babylon has become an iconic symbol of the embodiment of wickedness and evil. There it describes not just a punishment of judgment, but an eschatological destruction of evil, finally and totally.
Biblical love is not like the wavering flood of emotion that overtakes humans in some romantic surge; the love that God defines is a resolute disposition that acts on behalf of another, and does so relentlessly and redemptively.