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Have you ever said, or heard someone say, "Well, you know, God will never give you more than you can handle?" Is there anything wrong with that? Listen in to hear how we break it down.
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Welcome to a new episode of the Front Pew! As pastors we have all had to walk through those moments when a member of our church has espoused some really bad theology, or posted something questionable, or stated something that might be a popular thought, but a terrible theological idea. What do we do in those moments?
In this episode we begin to discuss this issue, and we start with the topic of heaven. We've heard plenty of bad theological ideas about heaven, like "God needed another angel," and "Heaven is sweeter now that Uncle John is there." How should a pastor handle these moments?
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