Word Prompts

Quite Controversial

Questions???

1. Why is it an atheist prefers to blame God for all the hardships in the world if they don’t believe in God?
2. How? is it the atheist camp spends so much time on pointing at Christians, not others who have beliefs within higher domains?
3. Finally, how could they possibly believe that all designed from the Universe on top to the debts of the oceans and beyond has generated by chance?

My logic explains question number 1 this way: They lose that argument since it doesn’t make sense to anyone, atheist or theist. The theist does not believe that this world, this life is perfect; the next life, living with God is perfect. Which is why Christians live by God’s commandments, and when they fall they pick themselves up and try again. Many times it is when they fall and refuse to pick themselves up that are the cause of so many sorrows in this imperfect world.
Question number 2; each person is seeking happiness, that is our goal, happiness can only be achieved by living according to your conscience, that God has given us as a guide to happiness. The atheist wants their own will be done, not God’s will. Therefore they attack the Christian because deep within their heart they know the truth, God put it there.  Also, what other religious leader was ever foretold before their birth.
That third question I put before the reading audience is the one that boggles my mind, almost to the point I want to say: Why hire an atheist, with their understanding of how things generate they will sit around and wait for everything to come together by chance.

 

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There is a Man on that Cross

 

Pre-Lenten thought:

The Cross of Christ is seen today in images, pictures, hanging in churches as smooth, slick straight sample of wood that was sanded and made perfect. The Cross on that Good Friday; imagine instead wood knotted, splintered, gnarled, rough and damp.

Why is it that many Christians see in their own way the cross without the suffering? Their cross scarcely a remembrance, symbol of His instrument of death.

If you consider yourself Christian, recognize the cross for what it is.