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God’s love is the answer to everything

December 16, 2012

God never “tires of his Creation“. We are the only ones that can put him off with our own self-righteousness and refusal to accept his love.

There is nothing wrong with his design. His creation was perfect, and he gave man a chance with only ONE little bitty itsy bitsy teemy weeny rule, not to eat of the “tree of knowledge of good and evil“. We did not know what good versus evil was until Adam disobeyed, Mankind has been making a mess of the Creation ever since. It’s not God’s fault.

Now we all know.

Man is who messed up. Forget trying to look at him as “human”, no comparison. He never tires of us seeking him, and he can handle it all, after all he created the entire universe.

And by the way, “religion” has no “hold” on science. Just go do science yourself. The Amateur Scientist put NASA to shame when he proved their measurements wrong on one type of radiation with $300 worth of interferometer equipment.

In fact the father of modern science wrote more about Bible prophecy than he did about science.

About what God thinks, he knows our frame that we are but flesh and he gave us his Son to take the punishment for our sins. God is love and is “not willing that any should perish”. Jesus said he came not to bring condemnation to the world but salvation. “The law came by Moses but love and grace came by Jesus Christ.”

I don’t have to second guess God, he TOLD us everything we need to know in his loving book.

“Neither do I condemn thee”, and “go and sin no more”. What is sin? Violation of the two greatest commandments which embody the whole “law and the prophets”: LOVE.

Death by Spontaneous Combustion

September 24, 2011

ews – ‘First Irish case’ of death by spontaneous combustion:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-15032614

A man who burned to death in his home died as a result of spontaneous combustion, an Irish coroner has ruled.

West Galway coroner Dr Ciaran McLoughlin said it was the first time in 25 years of investigating deaths that he had recorded such a verdict.

After describing some of the details of how the ruling came about, they include comments from a university pathologist:

Retired professor of pathology Mike Green said he had examined one suspected case in his career.

He said he would not use the term spontaneous combustion, as there had to be some source of ignition, possibly a lit match or cigarette.

“There is a source of ignition somewhere, but because the body is so badly destroyed the source can’t be found,” he said.

He said the circumstances in the Galway case were very similar to other possible cases.

“This is the picture which is described time and time again,” he said.

“Even the most experienced rescue worker or forensic scientist takes a sharp intake of breath (when they come across the scene).”

Mr Green said he doubted explanations centred on divine intervention.

“I think if the heavens were striking in cases of spontaneous combustion then there would be a lot more cases. I go for the practical, the mundane explanation,” he said.

Well,  so he says, but then maybe it’s a good thing for him that God is not so judgmental… I don’t necesesarily believe that all these cases are God’s judgments, but then nobody can know the mind of God, now can we?

He’s partially right though. Like it says,

Lamentations 3:22  It is of th LORD’S mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not.

…and to add another thought…

Luke 13:4  Or those eighteen, upon whom the tower in Siloam fell, and slew them, think ye that they were sinners above all men that dwelt in Jerusalem?
5  I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish.