Pastors Joe and John answer questions and conversations from Sunday’s message on meaning and purpose from Ecclesiastes 3:1-22.
1- “Why are we talking about suicide?”
2- “God will judge everyone for their sins. So, if someone as an unbeliever, commits the sin of murder, we can rest assured that person will face consequences from God for that act. However, if that person becomes a Christian and is forgiven for that sin, that sin is erased. So, there will be no consequence for that sin because He forgave that person. This part can be for Joe, and I may have already asked and can’t remember the answer. How does the victim and/or victims family, if they are Christians, deal with that if there will be no consequences for that sin?”
Join us each Sunday at 1015 for our series on the book of Ecclesiastes from the Old Testament. The study guide is here.
If you like music, we’d love for you to check out our Spotify playlist, created just for our Ecclesiastes series. Using popular music from the last 50 years, we can see how musicians have responded to the questions and themes found in Ecclesiastes. You’ll find that here.
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