Immoral TOHU wa BOHU

Here’s a sneak peek of Greg’s sermon from this last week. In his sermon, Greg discusses that TOHU wa BOHU is the term the Old Testaments writers used to describe the formless, empty and chaotic world before creation. He shows how sexual immorality is outside of God’s plan for creation, and it leads us back to this TOHU wa BOHU. If you’d like to download the whole sermon as well as other resources, visit the Woodland Hills Church sermon page.

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