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I think the answer can be summed up with Jeremiah 13:14-17, "I will not pity nor spare nor have mercy, but will destroy them. Hear and give ear: Do not be proud. For The Lord has spoken. Give glory to The Lord your God before He causes darkness, and before your feet stumble on the dark mountains. And while you are looking for light, He turns it into the ...


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John Piper passionately argues in his 2003 sermon Palm Sunday Tears of Sovereign Mercy that this doesn't contradict the doctrine of foreordination: There is something not quite right about this objection to Jesus’ sovereignty. He can make praise come from rocks. And so he could do the same from rock-hard hearts in Jerusalem. What’s more, all this ...


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Because he was human? Jesus wept over Jerusalem, but he was also amazed, appalled, in wonder, surprised, astonished, and couldn't get over the unbelief that his fellow Nazarenes exhibited (see Mark 6:6). Underlying all these descriptors is a particular kind of emotion, but it is only one of many which Jesus experienced, and a careful study of the Gospels ...



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