Centreville Presbyterian Church
Revelation: Is God Mad at Me? | July 24, 2022
We continue our series through the book of Revelation. The wrath of God arrives in Chapters 15-18. Is that a good thing? Join us this Sunday as we talk about God's wrath toward evil.
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1.What Makes God Angry?

Rev. 16: 2-4
Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe
"Daughter of Eve, don't you understand?" said the Faun. "It isn't something I have done. I'm doing it now, this very moment." "What do you mean?" cried Lucy, turning very white. "You are the child," said Tumnus. "I had orders from the White Witch that if ever I saw a Son of Adam or a Daughter of Eve in the wood, I was to catch them and hand them over to her. And you are the first I've ever met. And I've pretended to be your friend an asked you to tea, and all the time I've been meaning to wait till you were asleep and then go and tell Her."
Rev. 16:2
painful sores came upon the people who bore the mark of the beast and worshiped its image.
2. Why God’s Anger is a good thing

Rev. 16:5-6
Hannah Arendt
"He had been an ambitious young man who was fed up with his job as a traveling salesman… From a humdrum life without significance and consequence, the wind had blown him into History"

“The trouble with Eichmann was precisely that so many were like him, and that the many were neither perverted nor sadistic, that they were, and still are, terribly and terrifyingly normal. From the viewpoint of our legal institutions and of our moral standards of judgment, this normality was much more terrifying than all the atrocities put together.”

"Eichmann was not Iago and not Macbeth, and nothing would have been farther from his mind than to be a villain like Richard III. Except for an extraordinary diligence in looking out for his personal advancement, he had no motives at all… He merely, to put the matter colloquially, never realized what he was doing… It was sheer thoughtlessness that made him to become one of the greatest monsters in history"
3. How God makes the relationship work