January 15, 2014 Video on “Does God Love Everyone?” (and the four sources of the humanism) Dr. Robert Morey talks about the four sources of the humanism. The rationalist (reason), the mystic (experience), the empiricist (feelings), and the feistiest (faith.) More in comments below. Tags:Biblical judging, Robert Morey, UnBiblical love Related Posts Lifting the name of Jesus over the name of Martin Luther King Jr. on MLK Day Sermon jam ‘God is consistent throughout the Bible,’ by Dr. Voddie Baucham Video preaching at the Mexican Consulate (Jun 11th, 2018) About The Author Bill Rhetts An ordinary sinner saved by an Extraordinary Savior. Radially saved, and radically changed, by a Radical God. For more details, see the above 'About me' tab. One Comment Bill Rhetts Malachi 1: 1-5 ‘The burden of the word of the Lord to Israel by Malachi. 2 “I have loved you,” says the Lord. “Yet you say, ‘In what way have You loved us?’ Was not Esau Jacob’s brother?” Says the Lord. “Yet Jacob I have loved; 3 But Esau I have hated, and laid waste his mountains and his heritage for the jackals of the wilderness.” 4 Even though Edom has said, “We have been impoverished, but we will return and build the desolate places,” Thus says the Lord of hosts: “They may build, but I will throw down; They shall be called the Territory of Wickedness, and the people against whom the Lord will have indignation forever. 5 Your eyes shall see, and you shall say, ‘The Lord is magnified beyond the border of Israel.’ Study Bible notes: “Israel is not convinced that God loves them. This section is God’s response to that cynical doubt. The Lord reminds Israel that Jacob, their ancestor, was chosen by God while Esau, Edom’s forefather, was rejected. Therefore, although Israel has experienced the Lord’s wrath for just a little while, Edom is a “people with whom the Lord is angry forever” (1:4). Furthermore, while Israel is heir of the everlasting promises of their covenant Lord, Edom will never rise again. The Lord’s judgment on Edom will be cause for praise in Israel.” ——————– Romans 9:13 “As it is written, “Jacob I have loved, but Esau I have hated.” Notes: “Jacob I loved, but Esau I hated. This distinguishing purpose of God in election (v. 11) is further confirmed by the words of Mal. 1:2, 3, which explain God’s love to Israel as rooted in His free choice of Jacob rather than Esau. “Hated” here cannot be reduced to “loved less,” as the context of Mal. 1:3, 4 makes clear. It must carry the sense of rejection and antipathy.” ——————– Eccs 3:8, “a time to love, and a time to hate; a time for war, and a time for peace.” ——————- Pslm 5:4-6 “For You are not a God who takes pleasure in wickedness, nor shall evil dwell with You. The boastful shall not stand in Your sight; You hate all workers of iniquity. You shall destroy those who speak falsehood; The Lord abhors the bloodthirsty and deceitful man.” —————— Psalm 7:10-12 “My defence is of God, which saveth the upright in heart. God judgeth the righteous, and God is angry with the wicked every day. If he turn not, he will whet his sword; he hath bent his bow, and made it ready.” January 16, 2014 Log in to Reply Add a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.