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Chuck Smith :: Sermon Notes for Deuteronomy 32:35

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A. Implies always exposed to sudden destruction.
2. Cannot foresee future.
B. Liable to fall of themselves.
1. Walking on ice.
C. Only reason not already fallen God's time not yet come.
A. No want of power in God to cast wicked in hell at any moment.
1. Men cannot be strong when God rises.
B. He can cast them down easily.
1. Who can stand against God?
C. They deserve to be cast into hell, divine Justice does not stand in way.
D. Already under sentence of condemnation.
1. "He that believeth not is condemned."
E. God not un-mindful of wickedness.
F. No security that no means of death at hand. Unconverted men walk over pit of hell on icy plank.
G. God has laid himself under no obligation or promise to keep any natural man out of hell for one moment.
The misery you are exposed to is that which God will inflict to show his wrath against sin.
A. Nebuchadnezzar to show wrath Rom. 9:22.
B. Everlasting Wrath.
1. Terrible to suffer one moment.
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