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NOTR - Cromwell, Jesuits & The Thunder of God - 10.14.16


Chris discusses the historical circumstances in England leading up to the era of the great Puritan leader, Oliver Cromwell.  It is said of that period that "good and evil, salvation and peril" had become so "confounded and intermixed" that the firmest of minds were "incapable of disentangling them ..."  Could this be a picture of America in our time?  Upon Cromwell's death, it was said that a violent thunder storm took place -- one still remembered by historians.  In the Scriptures, we are told that the Lord thunders upon His enemies (1 Sam. 2:10, 7:10, 2 Sam. 22:14).  Was Cromwell's revolution an example of this, since he specifically put down the powers that persecuted those who believed the Gospel?

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