Remember Lot's Wife

posthuman View Post
What is it about Lot's wife we should remember, and why?
Do you love the world system? You'll get what you wanted and enter into the Great Tribulation. We're outta here.

But to the wicked God says:
“What right have you to declare My statutes,
Or take My covenant in your mouth,
Seeing you hate instruction
And cast My words behind you?
When you saw a thief, you consented with him,
And have been a partaker with adulterers.
You give your mouth to evil,
And your tongue frames deceit.
You sit and speak against your brother;
You slander your own mother’s son.
These things you have done, and I kept silent;
You thought that I was altogether like you;
But I will rebuke you,
And set them in order before your eyes. Psalm 50:16–21 (NKJV)
posthuman View Post
Why did Lot's wife turn back?
She loved Sodom and Gomorrah. Do you? Be prepared to go leaving nothing behind.
joefizz View Post
...[I]t is of no importance why lot's wife looked back.

Then why are we told, "Remember Lot's wife!" ? Lk 17:32
Meggido View Post
[2 Corinthians 7.10]

Crocodile tears do not lead to life.

"IV. THE REPENTANCE (7:8–11): Paul contrasts godly repentance with worldly repentance.
A. The first is brought about by genuine sorrow over one’s sin and leads to salvation (7:8–10a, 11).
B. The second is false and leads to death (7:10b)." Willmington, H. L. (1999). The Outline Bible (2 Co 6:7–7:10). Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers.
samuel23 View Post
...The bible does not tell us why the wife of Lot looked back, so any explanation as to why she chose to look back has to come from the imagination of man and not the word of God. Most folks in here want to know what God has to say about something, not what someone has imagined.
Then don't remember Lot's wife (Ps. 119:105, 130, Acts 17:10–12, 1 Cor. 2:10–14, 1 Thess. 2:13, 2 Pet. 1:20, 21). See how that works out for ya.
Denadii View Post
Samuel Stop acting like a fool and dig into the Word..This is something that I've known since I was a brand new Christian, and you don't know it yet? Here read this and argue with the writer. I'm not interested in your silly rhetoric.
God has commanded men to repent (Acts 2:38, 26:20.)  :Shimei: Should we spiritualize that, too.

"When this book becomes dusty, you become dangerous." ~ Charles Stanley
Denadii View Post
Abraham looked over Sodom and Gtown the next day and God had no problem with it.

Wrath--it's a good thing. Rom. 2:5–8

And Abraham went early in the morning to the place where he had stood before the LORD. Then he looked toward Sodom and Gomorrah, and toward all the land of the plain; and he saw, and behold, the smoke of the land which went up like the smoke of a furnace. And it came to pass, when God destroyed the cities of the plain, that God remembered Abraham, and sent Lot out of the midst of the overthrow, when He overthrew the cities in which Lot had dwelt. Genesis 19:27–29 (NKJV)
samuel23 View Post
Let's just stick with the facts.
The facts are she looked back toward a vile place. She was disobedient (Gen. 19:26). Will you look back toward  Sodom aka America? Anything here that you lust for can't live without? See a little of Lot's wife in yourself?


Ge 19:26 McGee, MacArthur
Because the wife of Lot looked back when she was told not to, and Jesus used the story to emphasize obedience...

Do that. Obey. You wouldn't want to be accused of being a defender of Sodom and Gomorrah (Gen. 13:13). :smokie: We are not to have fellowship with (2 Chr. 19:2) or sympathizing with (Lev. 10:1–6) evil. We wouldn't want to be ashamed upon his return (1 Jn 2:28).
posthuman View Post
Not repentance....not because Lot had some change of heart.
Lot was saved but he lost his reward. Are you recommending others fail to obey? Are you recommending others fail to repent before leaving Sodom aka America?

Remember Lot's history so we can smell like we were bought from a fire sale, too?


Remember Lot's Wife