Sunday, October 11, 2015

Sunday's Sermon

How many times have you heard, “It’s God’s will” or “if there was a God, how could he allow that to happen” after a tragedy. From what I read, it was never God’s will that man should die, we made that choice after we were warned not to eat a certain fruit. One should be careful when declaring what is and isn’t God’s will, since evil behavior is demonstrated by the will of men.

God doesn’t have to punish man. All He has to do is allow us to suffer the consequences of our own choices and actions. Based on what I’ve witnessed in the world as of late, it seems highly effective.

We took revenge for 9/11 in Iraq and now we seem to be experiencing the consequences of our actions. If you think God is on our side, please remember that Americans are responsible for the killing of millions of innocence lives after passing Roe vs Wade. How can that be justified or reconciled before God?

The more advanced we get, the more we can explain how and why natural disasters happen. Fear of God is seldom considered when making choices devoid of morality. Even many Christians choose not to believe documentation of God’s wrath and punishment on man, when punishment is sometimes an act of love.

God seems to be removing his umbrella of protection, allowing us to reap what we have sewn. America is not as beautiful as it once was. The enemy dwells in the hearts of men, all we have to do is listen to the words that come out of their mouth.

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