L.T. Greer

L.T. Greer


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God’s wrath “has nothing to do with bad temper or spite or animosity or revenge. The wrath of God is his perfect, righteous, settled, implacable antagonism to evil.”

God’s wrath has nothing to do with bad temper or spite or animosity or revenge. The wrath of God is his perfect, righteous, settled, implacable antagonism to evil.”

– John Stott, in a sermon on Ephesians 2.1

Good to meditate on this Good Friday, remembering when he turned his implacable antagonism to evil” away from us and toward himself.


  1. John Stott, Ephesians 2:1-10. Recorded: 03/11/1971, Length: 28 minutes