Rhetorical-ness, God’s Not a Fickle Dummy, & the Full Expression of Jonah & Nahum

All three chapters of the tiny ignored book of Nahum are now done.  Let me end it today with 2 thoughts. First, the rhetorical question: Did you notice that Nahum ends with a rhetorical question? Do you know what the only other book in the Bible to with a rhetorical question is? Jonah. Jonah 4:11 … Continue reading Rhetorical-ness, God’s Not a Fickle Dummy, & the Full Expression of Jonah & Nahum

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God is Subject to Fallen Notions of Fairness

We just saw the Divine Warrior, now lets see His Divine judgments in Nahum 1:9-15. “What do you plot against the Lord?
 He will make a complete end;
trouble will not rise up a second time.For they are like entangled thorns,
like drunkards as they drink;
they are consumed like stubble fully dried.From you came one
who plotted evil against … Continue reading God is Subject to Fallen Notions of Fairness