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Good News for the Nations

Neil Dawson
Neil DawsonLead Pastor

The Gospel crosses nationalities, ethnicities and cultures.

In the story of the Tower of Babel in Genesis 11, was God’s act of coming down and scattering the people a curse or a blessing?

God values unity in diversity and variety, not uniformity. Throughout the Bible, God opposes empires, which eventually fall apart or are scattered.

In Genesis 12, a people group emerges that seems to be the start of an empire. God instructs Abram to leave his empire behind and move.

Micah 4 presents a vision of what the kingdom would look like across nations.

The Great Compassion in Matthew 28 calls us to cross boundaries: ethnic, cultural, and status-related.

In Acts 2, the events of the Tower of Babel are reversed.

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