His Core Nature Is Just

“Your hand will lay hold on all your enemies; your right hand will seize your foes. At the time of your appearing you will make them like a fiery furnace. In his wrath the Lord will swallow them up, and his fire will consume them. You will destroy their descendants from the earth, their posterity from mankind.”Psalm 21:8-10
Here is yet another verse disproving the modern theory that a loving God would never send anyone to hell. It seems clear that God is very capable of showing wrath toward unrepentant people who do not accept Him. And they will be consumed in the end.
Why is this? How can a truly loving Father send people to hell for all eternity? It goes to the core nature of God’s character. He does it because He says He will do it. God cannot say one thing, but do another – that is simply not possible. Does this limit our God? Absolutely not! God is JUST, and we can absolutely rely on His justice, and His fulfillment of what He has promised. That is more than we can say of even the finest judges in our land. God is infallible; man is not. In the end, I want to be judged by the most trustworthy of judges. Between now and then, it behooves me to study His word, and to live rightly.

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