"Absurd Generosity" - Sermon For Sunday September 20th 2020
If our imperfect human love can trump limits, we certainly should not try to set boundaries for God’s.
For example: when someone is delivered from an accident, and attributes it to God’s Grace, we might as well hear something like “but what about other people that didn’t have the same fortune?” Now, because we think we’ve got it all covered, we have figured God’s Grace completely out, we can put Him in the defendant seat and tell Him where he did wrong. That actually would stem from jealousy on God’s Grace, as we are just not allowing God to be God. “He’d better act the way we think what means to be fair, just and loving, or He is not fair, just and loving at all.”