Part 2: From man vs. man to man vs. God, war is mentioned throughout the Bible. One poignant example takes place when a little shepherd boy stood up against a giant enemy to wage war for the Lord.
Part 3: God called Israel into the Promised Land and commanded them to wipe out everyone who lived there. How can a good God command such an act of war?
Part 4: Israel was the “apple of God’s eye,” but the Bible teaches they were never perfect. The Lord often allowed terrible things—even war—to bring them to repentance and restoration.
Part 5: Can you imagine what the world would be like if we stopped fighting one another? The Bible promises that there will be a time of peace, but the question still remains: “How long, O Lord?”
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