The Lie That God Thinks Like We Do

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God doesn’t think like we do. For example, He sees sin and grace differently. If someone murders someone, then later becomes a believer in Christ, that person has been redeemed and will be in heaven. But we can’t even fathom something like that happening.

And yet our “minor” sins (lies, half-truths, bad thoughts, etc.) are still sins and can keep us out of heaven if we haven’t trusted Christ as our Savior.

We must be careful about our view of God. What we think of Him must be in line with what is revealed about Him in the Bible—not based on what we want Him to be.

Pastor Lutzer quotes from Donald W. McCullough’s “The Trivialization of God”

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