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Propitiation? What’s that all about? … This blend was hand picked from the mountain peaks of the 2006 Desiring God National Conference: The Supremacy of Christ and the Church in a Postmodern World.

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Posted on July 15, 2007, in Biblically Faithful, Boldness, contending, Cross of Christ, Cross-centered life, Doctrine, Earnestness, Evangelism, Faith in Pulpit, Funny business, Gospel, Great Quotes, Hell, Judgement of God, Mark Driscoll, Pastoral Ministry, Preaching, Pupit Seriousness, Seeker Friendly, Seeker Sensitive, wrath of god. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. FUnny quote my friend. LOVE the qoute. i totally disregard it though, its not scripturally accurate. GOD DOESNT have a pair of BOOTS(HA!). GREAT post my dear brother, GREAT seeing you yesterday, i wish we would have had a chance to talk.Praise GOD for the hard doctrines that dont itch our ears. ~T

  2. Thanks, my friend. I think “boot” is a nice way of saying “His eyes are like a flame of fire” (Rev. 19:11-21). In light of this we must be self-controlled, loving, hospitable towards one another and sober minded for the purpose of prayer (1 Peter 4:1-11). Even as believers — MERCIFULLY freed from God’s wrath in Christ! — we cannot take our eyes of God’s coming judgment. This quote reminds me of that fact. Thanks brother! Tony

  3. For a moment I was hoping this was actually on a Starbucks cup :) Still a great quote. More evidence that “doctrine” doesn’t turn off the present generation as much as the emergent folks claim.

  4. I remember the moment when Mark dropped this quote at the DG06 conference. Great stuff.

  5. Maybe it was by getting all the young men.

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