What About Homosexuals & God’s Compassion?
A homosexual person sent a comment about my essay, God’s Compassion (http://diablog.postmilworld.com/?p=71). What follows is my response to him.
You left a comment on my blog some months ago. I was meaning to reply but lost track of your contact info when my blog went down and I had to restore [...]
Surely the success promised to Jeremiah’s ministry is promised also to the ministry of the Church, for Jesus says to us, “and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the world!” God’s purpose for the earth and for the inhabitants of the world will be fulfilled even though God’s enemies strive against Him and His Church. Here again is postmillennial hope! Here is Gospel victory, victory in history for the Kingdom of God!
I am a postmillennialist! This means I believe the Kingdom of God will progress until the nations are very substantially Christianized. Yes, there will remain unsaved people. But the majority of the world’s population will be Christian (after all, this world is a wheat field, not a tare field ). I believe Paul was a postmillennialist too! His encouragement to the Corinthians, “Your labor is not in vain in the Lord” meant more than treasures stored up in heaven for faithful labors performed.
Thine Is The Kingdom Lord Jesus Christ
Leaven in meal the world received
Hidden, but watchful eye now sees
Once but seed continues and grows
To fill the earth and overflow
Shaken cannot, nor be demised
Your Kingdom destined does arise
Needy one calls to Him who saves
Our God lifts up men depraved
Mighty man strong push then shove
Your kingdom falls through God’s [...]