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An Amazing Verse I was looking for about an hour through
Puritan sermons to put eternal things in eternal perspective in light of the AZ governor vetoing Senate Bill SB 1062. The verse in the 2 Chapter of the 2 Epistle to the Thess. intrigued me and I wanted more light upon it. "God Shall Send Them Strong Delusion" Manton's Doctrine: "That by God's just judgment there is an infatuation upon the followers and abettors of Antichrist that they follow the grossest errors to their own destruction." I thought this appropriate because things that are so self evident and obvious are rejected by the wicked, and that which is most out of the way, foolish, and self-destructive is embraced with an incredible avidity that we can only marvel at it, depressed at it and for them afraid. Since as I type this note I have only a couple of more pages to narrate of the next sermon by Manton, "That they all might be damned" - verse 12. At the same time how can I not sigh and cry for the abominations in the land? Thinking of the words of a fellow puritan, Thomas Watson, who for a cup of pleasure would drink a sea of wrath?