I am never surprised at the everlasting attempts of boundless energy by people to dismiss the God they say is non-existent. What would you say of a person who spent every moment of his life studying ‘trigonometry’ when he hates math and cannot add 3 plus 5? Or maybe you heard about the man who wanted to go to college to be a veterinarian but who despises animals? I suppose there is a laugh in there somewhere. If the atheist would only consider his self-created dilemma. No, I suppose that is asking a bit too much. But got proof?
Uh, yyep. Look at the blogs at WP alone, which are entirely devoted to the posting of vids, essays, commentary, links, lectures, jokes, depravity of every stripe, disgusting innuendoes insulting of believers and faith, citing the Lord Christ Himself as delusional, false accusations galore, sexual perversity, take your pic.
But the greatest tragedy of all may be the fact that there is simply a 14 inch distance that may as well be a million miles of impassable terrain as far as understanding. The distance between the head which has been convinced by so-called learning, that ‘there is no God,’ and the heart, which without a shadow of a doubt, ‘knows there is a God,’ yep, tis rather sad to exhaust ones only resources living like a leech at the expense of another, while ignoring He who gave of one blood for all to enjoy.
Without Christianity to rail against, without the scriptures of truth to mock incessantly, without the testimony of believers to cite as faulty, atheism would surely shrivel up and go out of business. It needs the blood of life to survive. God owns both life and blood; good luck trying to rid the mind of that Mr and Mrs. Atheist.
God has placed a secret conveniently in the conscience, that place which is the vault for everything known where no thief can steal, and is perfectly safe. This conscience knows that Moses is as real as Jerusalem, knows that Abraham, Isaac and Jacob lived, knows that Daniel and Esther lived, and that the genealogies of Matthew and Luke are good as gold. But there is that great keeper of the lock, and his name is pride…
Leechery, thievery, and foolery, are not good ship mates with faith, hope, and love, just sayin.