You must have a code

God’s word is the thorn in the side of atheism.

Like an endless bee sting, it is a constant reminder that God is true, and whose truth is felt everywhere and everyplace, just as a man cannot take a walk without taking his bones.

A man (if willing) can absolutely remove the discomfort of unbelief, but he would rather go through life convincing himself that the poison ivy all over his body is a delightful rash, which he says should be spread to everyone. Uh huh, sure, keep convincing yourself that the poison of a godless creation is a good thing.

Teach your children well. Teach them that they are accountable to no one, and that their life has no more meaning than a gnat. Teach them that the meek Moses was a fool; teach them that Abraham was no friend of God, teach them that Daniel was not prudent, teach them that the baptist John was not put in prison for the truth of God; teach them that Stephen was not stoned to death because of his love of truth; teach them Saul then Paul was suffering from a brain disorder; teach them that the sun, moon, and the stars above are nothing more than an accident; teach them that the Lord Christ did not stand before Pontius Pilate, and I dare you to teach them that the same Christ did not suffer for sins once, the just for the unjust, and I dare you to teach them that He did not bring grace and truth.

If you do, you are perpetuating the greatest fraud a human can put his hands to. Teach them well, as the old song goes, you must have a code to live by. Tis a shame for godlessness to be that code. Tis a shame. What’s in your wallet? is the wrong question. What is your code? Ah, much better.

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14 Responses to You must have a code

  1. archaeopteryx1 says:

    A man (if willing) can absolutely remove the discomfort of unbelief

    There’s no discomfort in disbelief. In fact, knowing the truth about the world, rather than following some Middle-Eastern fairy tale, makes every day a source of wonder. Such as, “I wonder what kind of nonsense Colorstorm is going to post today?

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Hate to break it to you, but without absolutes, your ‘truths’ are but wishful guesses.

      Even the very first verse of scripture proves the genius of God in addressing space, time, and matter. No other book comes close to such simply dignity as: ‘In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.’

      It is unassuming, matter of fact, reliable, verifiable, and truthful. So yes, you can deny your ‘discomfort in disbelief,’ but rest assured, your comments are plenty of proof.

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      • archaeopteryx1 says:

        It is unassuming, matter of fact, reliable, verifiable, and truthful.

        I’d agree that it’s unassuming – one out of five ain’t bad.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Ah yes, the unassuming nature of God which does force Himself upon the created; but who implores, who entreats, who invites; who asks man to reason with the God given brain.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          You’ve already proven, CS, that you can write unintelligible sentences – no reason to continue —

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  2. Oh, amen! My parents, although forgiven, taught me a terrible code, that there is no God, life has no meaning, and worse yet, most of humankind has tried to perpetuate a fraud against you. It’s flat out psychological abuse to try to force that mindset on a child. Atheists can’t always see that, they don’t always understand, they don’t realize what they are saying, what darkness they are selling. In my case, God intervened, God stepped in and made His presence unmistakable to me. I know others who were not so fortunate.

    May God make me the best thorn I can be. 🙂

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Indeed, a prayer many would say He gladly hears and answers. That rose would not be as valuable without that awesome contrast of the prickly things.

      But in a strange twist, you would not have become the person you are ms bytes without that terrible code, those thorns that would be traded for ‘better’ ones, ones having a divine purpose. And that code of scripture? Yes! Man shall not live by bread alone………….a truth so deep that we can enjoy those crumbs, because they multiply.

      (I like the idea of His presence too; as sure as a shadow.)

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    • archaeopteryx1 says:

      But it’s OK to force Christianity on a child, right IB?

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      • Ark,

        Yes, it okay to force Christianity on children.

        Just imagine going through life not having potty training forced upon you.

        That’s the mind on atheism.

        The mind on Christianity is controlled, focused and directed to what is good, just and beautiful.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          First of all, SOM – not Ark here —

          Just imagine going through life not having potty training forced upon you.

          Children will potty train themselves, given time.

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  3. This, a thunderous message roaring from all eternity.

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  4. Wally Fry says:

    “A man (if willing) can absolutely remove the discomfort of unbelief”

    I’m late to the party here, so I am airing a rerun with this comment.

    First, well said. Second…as you said, the comments repeated over and over and over, and over yet again really disprove that statement.

    Other than that, perfect my friend.

    Is that the sound of a gavel I hear?

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    • ColorStorm says:

      The gavel Wally? Ha, that drum beat ended at ‘in the beginning God…………..’

      Settled. Finished. Over. Let’s just repeat for the sake of the slow of mind: God’s word has never lost an argument to gnats. Or ants. Or people.

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