Wise Living - Back to Babel

Jeremy Mulder

March 22, 2020 • Jeremy Mulder • Genesis 11:1-9, Babel, Zion, New Jerusalem, Walk with God, Towers, Order, Chaos

The story of the tower of Babel reminds us that sometimes the towers that we are building need to be left behind, because what looks like order to us might actually be chaos. The only way we'll know the difference is when they are disrupted. Thankfully, in moments of disruption, God desires to walk with us and show us the type of tower that he is building.

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