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Does the Same God Rule in the Old and New Testament? (Part I)

God's role and approach in the Old Testament
Does the Same God Rule in the Old and New Testament?  (Part I)

Theme Scripture: Isaiah 45:7; 1 John 4:8

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(Part 1 in a 2-part series) Ours is a world of great contradiction. Some say the ends justify the means and others say that the means are an end in themselves. Some say equal treatment is giving everyone the same while others say that equal treatment is giving each what they need. Some say that there is a higher judge of morality, while others say that morality can only be determined by those whom it affects. Some say that God is a God of dual personality – the Old Testament God of anger and the New Testament God of love, while others say (and by others we mean us) that God is one and His purpose is one. Stay with us as we seek to demonstrate WHY God is the same glorious God in both the Old and New Testaments!

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