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Marcus July 15, 2017 at 6:48 pm

Great article. Huge problem w people lost today as well is the fact that they don’t have the awareness that the Evil One is behind the scenes doing evil and is the “god of this world” (2 Corin 4:4). I’ve noticed this everywhere, mankind loves not taking responsibility for their actions. You can’t blame God, He’s perfect, righteous, good, and holy. Even back to Genesis, Adam hints that it was God’s fault that he sinned because he created Eve (Genesis 3:12).

Marcus July 15, 2017 at 6:51 pm

Add the fact too , most who don’t believe in God don’t believe in the devil either

Phaniel January 14, 2018 at 7:38 am

God was there during the holocaust. Nobody called Him for help. We rejected Him. Did anybody call Jesus Christ for help? My Saviour always listens to me.

Sharon August 26, 2019 at 11:22 pm

For you to claim that no one called on God or Jesus for help during the holocaust shows total ignorance of who the victims were. For you to imply that no Christians were killed is shocking enough, but that those who weren’t Christians deserved what happened is a sin itself.

Marga August 22, 2020 at 2:15 pm

I cannot believe no one prayed to God for deliverance during the Holocaust. And while the Holocaust was inflicted by humans, and God grants free will, I cannot understand why all the assassination attempts on Hitler failed.

JR February 25, 2021 at 11:13 am

I suppose you were there to verify God’s presence during the holocaust? You were there among the screams and cries, the rapes and tortures, the beatings and murders? I think not.
You speak of that which you do not know. To believe that “Nobody called Him for help” is really naïve. To say everyone “rejected him” is even more so. You say your savior listens to you; does He respond to you? Religion and God are viewed through individual contexts. You view such from your context and that doesn’t make it true.

Jack Wellman February 25, 2021 at 11:17 am

Thank you JR.

Sharon August 26, 2019 at 11:14 pm

The only ones who have kicked God out of anywhere are evangelical protestants in the USA. If they cannot force an entire group to stop and pray when, where, and for how long they deem is appropriate, they pout and scowl and say they wont allow God to be there at all. God is wherever a human thinks of him. God is in acts of kindness. God is in singing. God is not in a building, but in our hearts. NO ONE has said you cannot have God whenever you choose. But….religion is NOT God. Religion belongs in your home and building. There are MANY religions. I choose Christianity. But if we are going to allow RELIGIONS in our schools, then there will be no time for education. Religious training belongs at home. Don’t push your responsibility off on the schools.

Jack Wellman August 22, 2020 at 2:57 pm

Hello Sharon. You wrote, “God is wherever a human thinks of him. God is in acts of kindness. God is in singing. God is not in a building, but in our hearts” is true, but our church cannot fit into any one person’s home, so we need a building. God is not really what we think…but what the Word says, but you are so right. Religious training should begin and continue in the home.

C Harris January 7, 2021 at 6:00 pm

I believe wholeheartedly, the Lord’s ways are not our ways. He works things out for the good of those who love him. He warned us we will have trouble. We must patiently endure.

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