Some harsh words, necessary though

The common unbeliever is merely aloof, but the atheist goes further and holds God in contempt of creation……and is completely oblivious to this uncaring fact, or denies that he does this, meanwhile back at the ranch, each day and moon phase indicts mankind’s ignorance against the preaching of the Creator’s touch, a touch which is as easy to see as a blind man’s stumbling. (Did you notice how females are included in mankind…love that)

Image result for a blind man stumbling in the dark

There, that’s it!  Try going a day blind as you fumble with your hands, feet, and legs, and use the power of unfamiliarity to see what you take for granted, and learn that perception is a great teacher, then maybe, just maybe, you will admit that you have been the worst student ever in the classroom of life, turning the pages of another’s achievements and craft, stealing poetry, art, architecture, philosophy, and culture, as if….as if they all had no father of origin.

Yeah, good luck with that. Tis a poor sight to see the behaviour of a blind thief. It’s one thing to be blind; THAT is excusable, but to steal and pretend nobody notices, well, here is the epitome of a life gone sideways.

Are you an atheist? You then sir/madam, are a thief of sorts. You have stolen your next breath, you have stolen your sleep, you have stolen your eyesight and the touch of your fingers, and have traded them on the altar of ignorance, where you sit as your own idol, and are guilty of selling those poor goods to the next unsuspecting customer. Congratulations.

It is that simple. But what good would an apology be from me toward someone who is deaf for my using such caustic language?  I suggest that the seconds in a minute, the minutes in an hour, the hours in a day, the days in a year, and the setting sun cry much louder in protest against they who cast out He who owns time.

Accept the hands of He who inspired the dial. There is still time. God is good like that. And the son of God proved it.

(And to those of you who say believers  are out to lunch with reality, NEWSFLASH: blogs like this are enough proof that God and His word along with His eternal and visible truth, shut the petty mouths of arrogance that dare waggle their tongues and fingers at He who owns everything.)


About ColorStorm

Blending the colorful issues of life with the unapologetic truth of scripture.
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13 Responses to Some harsh words, necessary though

  1. Citizen Tom says:

    None so blind……

    It is curious that atheists say we have no proof. We know that Jesus died and rose from the dead. Even unbelieving historians have shown that Jesus died upon a cross, and the blood of martyrs, martyrs who proclaimed they had seen the risen Christ, speaks with assurance of the fact that He rose from the dead.

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  2. Wally Fry says:

    Isn’t it odd how we get accused of arrogance, when in fact our very belief is the epitome of a complete lack of arrogance. Our own natural hard headed-ness, arrogance and self assurance is what stops us from coming to Him in the first place. In fact, it’s what put us all in the pickle we are in, with our sin and rebellion, in the first place.

    I say just look out of the nearest window, and there is all the “proof” one needs to know this all did not just “happen.”

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  4. Well said.

    It is no accident that guy on the cross who called out to Jesus was a thief, is it? The enemy in the bible is described first and foremost as a thief. He comes to steal,kill,and destroy. Jesus Christ restores what has been stolen. There are many analogies in the bible related to the idea of thievery, so I think you’ve nailed it.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      And to be fair msb, we believers are not exempt from participating in thiefdom.

      Heck, stealing time from an employer is still theft right. Anyway, at least believers recognize the con game of godlessness.

      Love the ‘thief on the cross’ truth. No where to go, can’t do a ‘good’ work. Ah, but he chose the BEST work.

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  5. Shofar says:

    Hey, John, how are you doing?
    It is so hard to talk to a fool who listens only to his foolish thoughts and thinks he is the wise one. Psalm 14:1 ‘The fool hath said in his heart, there is no God’. ~Liz

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  6. Thank you for the great read. It’s oh so true that nonbelievers take for granted the beauty that God has provided us. I myself am a follower of our Savior Christ and humbly admit, I take it for granted as well! From the air we breath, to every single blade of grass we walk on. I will try and look at the world through a more observant and appreciative manner. Thank you for the reminder in our hectic lives to do so. God bless:)

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