Sovereign God Judges Nations

God executes judgement on nations. (Psalms 110:6) Lord Jesus Christ said that all authority in heaven and earth is given to Him. He is King of Kings and Lord of Lords. (Matthew 28:18; Revelation 19:16)) God warns the Nations: “Serve the Lord with fear and rejoice with trembling.” (Psalms 2:11) God is active in the history of humanity warning and judging nations.
1) Sovereign God: As creator, God is Sovereign over all creation, that includes all humanity and all nations. God creates boundaries for nations, including time span for nations or empires or dynasties. (Acts 17:26)
2) Covenant with Abraham: God made a covenant with Abraham and said he will provide the Promised Land to his descendants. However, the descendants will be slaves in Egypt for four hundred years before they occupy the Promised Land.
3) Four hundred years: The four hundred years had two purposes: For Abraham’s descendants to multiply and become a nation; the people who are living in the Promised Land will multiply their sin and be ready for judgement. (Genesis 15:13-16)
4) Dispossessed people: The people are: the Kenites, the Kenizzites, the Kadmonites, the Hittites, the Perizzites, the Rephaim, the Amorites, the Canaanites, the Girgashites and the Jebusites. (Genesis 15: 19-21)
5) Judgement on Egypt: The Egyptians forgot the contribution of Joseph for saving Egypt from disaster due to starvation. The official policy was to oppress, exploit and reduce children of Israel as slaves. God judged the Nation of Israel with ten plagues that they allowed Israel to go free. (Exodus 12:12)
6) Israel as an instrument: God disposed the wicked nations and gave possession of the Promised Land under the leadership of Moses and Joshua.
7) Israel was also judged: God is Holy God and He judges sin, sinners, and nations. When the Nation of Israel wickedly rebelled against God, He allowed Assyrians to invade the Northern Nation and Babylonians to destroy the Nation of Judah including the Temple in Jerusalem. Prophet Jeremiah laments seeing the destruction of Jerusalem. (II Kings 17; Lamentations)
Do I worship the Sovereign Lord?