Yet another great installment in this series on Genesis by KD Manes from KDManestreet
The inward area is the first place of loss of true Christian life, of true spirituality, and the outward sinful act is the result.
I hate being a bad news bearer. But there’s no getting around it. This passage is the sad sequel to Sodom’s destruction (Genesis 19:1-29).
You may read Genesis 19:30-38 here: Bible Gateway.
The angels—who admonished Lot to flee to the mountains—granted Lot’s request to flee to a nearby town instead (Gen. 19:18-22). But fear prompted him to move further away from the burning sulfur’s ashes. With his wife gone—turning into salt for disobediently looking back—he and his two daughters finally settle in a lonely mountain cave…….Read the rest of the post here: Lot and His Daughters, Genesis 19:30-38 | kdmanestreet