Old Testament God vs. New Testament God

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Many people say God acted much differently in the Old Testament than he did in the New Testament. They say the God of the New Testament is merciful and compassionate, but in the Old Testament he is often harsh and unforgiving. A thorough look at Scripture reveals that this is not the case. God is in fact merciful and just throughout the Bible. Fr. Mike clears up a great deal of confusion between the Old and New Testaments, and shows how God has stayed quite the same since before the beginning of time until now.

Fr. Mike addressed a similar topic a few years ago in his video, “Did God Change”.


💬 Comments

Hi father Mike can you do a history of why you became a priest?

Author — alexander deluna


I love how you put it in a way so understanding. How you explained about knowing your parents as you grow in relation with the Lord. I LOVE IT. Praise the Lord

Author — Anita poly


I love how you characterize your parents as "deeply interested in justice". Thanks Father Mike.

Author — Elspeth Silverstar


Father Mike you are fast becoming like a best friend as I have a habit now of watching your videos with great interest and growing faith. God bless you truely

Author — Michael Stainsby


my biological family is different. i cant find a better word to describe them. i have always been jealous of people who have a happy family. so i often pretend that the holy family is my family.

Author — brian kelly


Thank you Father for all your wonderful and enlightening videos! May God bless you with many treasures on earth and in heaven for all the service you do. You’re so wise, so gifted, so loved!

Author — Traditional Catholic Modesty and Head Covering


This is so Awesome! 👏 ♥️👏 Thank you so much, Father Mike... For being such a great instrument of God’s Love! And sharing your gift with us!

Author — Maria Regina


There are so many examples of G-D showing forgiveness, being merciful and giving chances in the Old Testament. There is no two different perceptions of God. Thank you for this video

Author — Niles Guy


Fr. Mike, I watch your videos 2-3 times, because they are very deep and meaningful. Thank you.

Author — Aradhika Webber


Father Mike thank you, never heard it explained that way: “revealed” Himself progressively

Author — James DeNino


I hear Fr. Mike is in the comments section now so...

Hello :)

Author — Jocelyn Shackelford


Using the parents analogy was perfect by the way, makes so much sense, thank you!!

Ps: I’m just by myself in the comments section lol

Author — morgan sheila


Wow I was just thinking about how to share this minutes ago. Thank you. Blessings.

Author — Paola Valtierra


I've said it before and I'll say it again....Father Mike is the man. Don't ever stop being such a joyful human being!

Author — Aidan Lisney


Wow I had a horrible day at work. And this really cheered me up. I’ve been wondering and found this and brought me joy and light I have not seen in awhile. Just someone looking for answers.

Author — Tony Posada


Thank you so much for this❤️. This has been a question at the back of my mind for a long while.

Author — Nabo Dimma


I've been trying to explain this to my 13 year old. Thank you for the analogy!

Author — Eileen walter


In at least one (I think several) place in the Bible, Jesus talks about the Final Judgment. "For I was hungry, and you gave me food..." Could you please do a video explaining why, in light of this, the avoidance of sin gets, or at least seems to get, so much attention than the works of mercy?

Author — Sean McConeghy


"And the Word became flash, and dwelt among us".

Author — VGiacobe


I love your analogy, totally agree . Love your videos ❤️🙏🏼

Author — Brenna Maduro