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Carmen N March 6, 2015 at 8:44 pm

I wonder if evolution theorists are surprised when a child kills his classmates at school or when a man goes on a killing spree at a mall or when a mother kills her defenseless young children. What is their opinion on these tragedies? When men lean on their own understanding instead of God’s Word, disasters abound. People then scurry around trying to make sense of what is happening in the world around them but being too proud in their own ways to acknowledge our Savior’s existence and repent. They want to follow their own lusts and desires, claiming their rights to do as they please. Unfortunately, they see not the truth, being lovers of themselves having the knowledge of fools and being guided and blinded by the deceiver, the devil.

We need to pray and to beg God’s mercy be poured on this dying world whose rejection of Him grows exponentially everyday. May God in His loving kindness have mercy on their souls.

DocReits March 6, 2015 at 9:47 pm

Well said Carmen. I think, even for the Christian, there exists the eternal problem with self. Wrapping our minds around the fact that God did not make us to bless us, but that He made us to bless Him, is a daily struggle..(it is for me).

It follows that to expect the non-believers to believe in the Christian’s worldview, of a God centered universe, when all they want and know and have been taught is a man centered universe, begs credulity.

I appreciate Robert’s help in giving us tools to reason with their non-understanding. It is important to know and present the Truth in love. It is only by His Spirit though that the veil of their unbelief will be removed and that some of these folks will come to a knowledge of the Truth.

I remember as a young new believer of having a Sociology professor at the University of Washington literally foaming at the mouth when I was discussing these matters back in the “Jesus Freak” movement of the early ’70’s. He asked the age worn question of what right I had of forcing my views upon the students in his class.

I answered that I didn’t want to force anything upon him. All I wanted to say was that if, “you don’t believe in Jesus you will go to hell”. His mouth was literally stopped. He looked at me in shock and couldn’t talk. Seriously. Years later I fell across this verse, “The godly will see these things and be glad, while the wicked are struck silent.”(Ps 107:42). It reminded me of that professor.

I echo your prayer that God will grant all of these unbelievers mercy, so that their eyes will be opened before their time is no more.

Blessings,

DocReits

Carmen N March 7, 2015 at 7:03 am

Amen to that Pastor DocReits. Yes, it is my daily struggle too, to keep my mind and eyes on God. So many circumstances present themselves that without God’s peace, I would fall into a pit of depression and despair. Thank God for my Savior’s mercy and grace towards me.





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