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In American culture the God of Scripture is not feared; instead, we fear an idol of our own making, carved in the image of tolerance, whose sacrifices are a pinch of apathy, a pound of groveling, and any lingering traces of manhood buried deep within your bones. But this leaves the question- has the American church been presenting God as He presents Himself? Or have we been presenting a god who is sitting up in heaven trying his very best to fight against the evil that is overpowering his forces here in America; a god who is begging, pleading with his enemies to just believe in him so he can bless them?

We serve a God Who laughs. Who holds His enemies in holy and unflinching derision. We serve a God Who is a loving, merciful, forgiving Father- but who is a terrifying, unflinching, fearless adversary.

"He Who sits in the heavens laughs; the Lord scoffs at them." (Ps. 2:4)

"I will even laugh at your calamity; I will mock when your dread comes." (Pr. 1:26)

Romans 1 details the descent into madness- a descent which begins with refusing to acknowledge God, and ends with the judgment of God poured out like flooding rains on those who have turned against Him; a deep and chilling blindness so overpowering that the most simple and obvious truths are lost in the confusion like a baseball in a field of corn.

Scripture tells us that everyone knows; the Image of God is so indelibly carved into their being, so inescapably shimmering out of the world around them, that they are without excuse. If Woody would just look at his boot, he would know that he belongs to Andy.

But they've shoved their boot into a sock and have lived that way for so long that they have genuinely begun to believe that there is neither boot nor Andy at all; they've told themselves their own lie for so long that they have actually started to believe it; they have looked at the world through upside-down glasses for so long that their brain is flipping their eyesight to match.

And He Who sits in the heavens laughs. He laughs as the heathen nations rage, like ants picketing on the sizzling pavement outside the air-conditioned office of the exterminator, like pots starting a Facebook campaign against the rights of the potter (who happens also to own the internet... and a sledgehammer). He laughs as America pretends with all her might that magnets don't necessarily have to go N+S... if that N wants to self-identify as an S, who are we to say otherwise? He laughs as we hide from His Truth like a child under the blanket at bedtime, as we run from Reality only to be ambushed by her child, Consequence. He laughs as the brightest minds in the scientific community conclude that the universe is a cosmic accident and claim primordial slime as their heritage. He laughs as the prophets of Babylon dance and prance in a frenzy to a mirror-idol, cutting themselves and shouting louder, louder, louder in hopes that maybe the state will send fire from heaven and consume all the intolerant things they have heaped upon her altar.

And fire will come, but it will not be from the one they worship.
Horror movies are scary because they present a world in which evil triumphs; a world in which there is no hope; a world in which the gates of hell prevail. They present a sick and twisted look at human depravity that fascinat...
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Anybody feel like a family scavenger hunt which involves watching an award-winning animated movie?

All you have to do is watch Monitogo Studios' award-winning brickfilm "Bound" and identify the locations of at least four different themes from the piece below. Then head over to my latest post on Resounding Music and tell me what you find. You will be rewarded for your efforts.

Watch Bound here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nttd12fL2Mg

Tell me what you find here: https://www.facebook.com/resoundingmusic/
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Isaiah 37:26: God takes credit even for the triumphs of the godless. For the wicked to see their victories as reason to stand in defiance of the Almighty One denotes a failure to see the reality- that the very trophies they hold up as their stamp of power against God were placed into their hands by His.

And He can take them away again at His sovereign pleasure.

#ItIsWell #JesusShallReign #FillTheEarth
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"Film music should have the same relationship to the film drama that somebody's piano playing in my living room has on the book I am reading."

- Stravinsky
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If we are all members of the local body- "individually members of one another"- what happens when one leaves? Pain. Loss. A hole in the fellowship and the efficacy of the church.

If it's easy to leave; if there is no pain; if nobody misses the family that stopped attending- these are signs that something was already awry in the bond of fellowship.

It should be hard to leave. This doesn't mean that it's never right to leave a church; there are very good and legitimate reasons for doing so. However, leaving a church should be done with the seriousness and formality of amputating a limb- not with the impulsive or emotion-based decisiveness (or indecisiveness) of no longer eating pizza on Friday nights.
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Amen.
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What if gun control really did reduce crime? #2A  
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Yup, pretty much :)
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The Psalms give so much hope, especially in times like these. But then, when are the times not times like these? It's a war. The bride of Christ against the gates of hell.

And those gates will fall.
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Proverb 27:3- it's impressive to be able to heft boulders and sandbags with ease. But the greater accomplishment is to be able to bear up under the proddings of a fool.
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Great word
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Thoughts on God's Illustrative World.
God has woven an illustrative world. Have you ever looked at a seemingly still piece of earth for more than a moment, only to see it transform with every passing second into a superhighway of insect industry? God's world i...
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Introducing my daughter...
My daughter. Born May 7, 2016. Our baby's name, Jael Bethany Hudelson, means the following... Jael is called to be a fruitful, home-focused warrioress, like her Biblical namesake, and like her mother. Jael means "mount...
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Congrats Gabe and Bethany! May the Lord continue to bless your heart and home through this new little life.
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A few days ago (April 15th) was the anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic; it's an appropriate time to recommend a documentary I was honored to compose for a while back entitled "Act Like Men." The film examined the historical events of the Titanic, the deterioration of manhood in America today, and the Biblical solutions for us as believers in Christ. It's available at http://www.biblicalworldviewmedia.com.

Below is a track from the original score.
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I serve an amazing Savior and I love an amazing woman who is an amazing wife.  Oh, and I write music which, I hope, is amazing.  :-b

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