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    Bro Nghonyama

    Shalom saints.
    I great you all in the Name of Jesus Christ.
    I have a question to ask.

    In the days of Lot, there were three groups of people, the dwellers in sadom, Lot and his family, Abraham and his family. I find that only Sadom dwellers perished, and Lot saved. Henceforth lot family was not the chosen family. Then I have read that out of Lot family came out the Moabite nation, that was also not the chosen family.

    What is the picture am missing here?
    Why is Lot’s family saved? Wherelse his not the chosen one.
    Does Lot’family depict any picture of Today? (Outside the Bride and Israel the chosen nation)
    Or Is there any other group of that can be saved?
    (Actually what does the whole picture represent from the perishing of Sodom dwellers and the saving of Lot’s family and with Abraham on the other side?)

    Because this is a little different from in the time of Noah.

    Please help me with the hidden pictures. May be a quote will be good enough.


    Shalom saints. Bro Lucky Nghonyama’s above question is this week’s Sunday school homework. I will clarify/rephrase it and give some hints on how to tackle it as follows:
    We see three kinds of people in Lot’s, or
    Abraham’s, time of which Abraham and Sarah
    represent the elect of God, Lot represent
    the make-believers, while the Sodomites
    represent the unbelievers. When God
    destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah, why did he
    spare Lot since he was a borderline/make-
    believer? How does this relate to the way
    things were and what happened in the days
    of Noah and also the way things are in
    this End Time?
    Your answer must be pregnant with quotations from the Bible and from the Spoken Word.
    Hints: Spoken Words and the Bible (Genisis, Luke, II Peter, etc.)
    God richly bless you all.

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