Continuing with the discussion we started in our last message on Lamentations 2, Pastor Sonny discusses God’s sovereignty when it comes to His discipline and trying to analyze His actions in the death of the innocent in Jerusalem in the Babylonian siege, and how it’s important to see it through the lens of the righteousness […]
Pastor Sonny continues our study of the Book of Lamentations this week by introducing the extreme suffering of Lamentations 2 and how what God did to Jerusalem in the time of His fierce anger makes Him look like the punisher.
In this week’s message in our study of Lamentations, Pastor Sonny talks about the problem of abandonment and the pain that comes with it, as illustrated by the plight of Jerusalem and the exile of Israel.
Continuing further into our study on the Book of Lamentations, Pastor Sonny explains this week about the reasons why God allows human suffering, and the love and grace of God in the midst of the process.
If the first of a two-part sermon in our study of the Book of Lamentations, Pastor Sonny explains the historical context behind what happened to Jerusalem the led to the lamentations of Jeremiah, and the challenge in understanding how this kind of suffering can be seen as a loving act from a merciful God.