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English 101-09Justin Dorsey 437-75-04354132000 Sinners Paradise In his sermon Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God Edwards claims that a Christians lack of commitment to God will one day provoke God to cast sinners who have took our fathers love for granted into the depths of hell Even though God may do this he still has a never-ending love for us for he sent his only son Jesus to pay for our sins For us Christians that means that we must stop abusing his trust or one day God might turn on us and send us to the one place he has protected us from for all eternity Jonathan Edwards addresses the lack of commitment of people to God and the tremendous amount of power that God has over his people The sermon also addresses that God is a forgiving God and he gives us a chance to repent our sins and become closer to God We as animals force ourselves into a world of destruction and hunger because of our greed and unwillingness to accept God as the one and only God This entire sermon was dedicated to the backsliders who took advantage of Gods plan The sermon serves as a warning sign to the people that if no action is taken to better themselves then they will feel Gods wrath and be cast upon the Gates of Hell Edwards brings up the thought that God has the power and that He is the only one who decides what happens to us Also Edwards shows his readers that God is the deciding factor of happens to us This could include the undesirable punishment of being cast into a sinners paradise HELL Edwards feels that God has a plan for every person on Earth and that fate is something that will happen to every man no matter what one tries to do He talks about Christians and their
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