posted on Jan, 27 2013 @ 01:01 AM
Originally posted by davereality
To the ones that say, "If you can't see God he doesn't exist."
Can you see your brain? No you can't but it's there.
You need to understand that how perfect this Earth was made for us and animals to live, God must be real.
Think of a giant mixer board in a professional music studio. They elevate every channel to a perfect point to get the exact sound that they need. Same
thing with Earth. Ask a real scientist. Replace just one element that we currently have that makes us alive and see if life can exist. We are also
perfectly placed to the point where it is not too hot or cold to live.
If people actually followed the way of God, this world would be peaceful and beautiful but obviously a big chunk of you think you know everything and
are stubborn. Oh well, I am just here to put in my two cents.
God's becoming a tough sell, to a tough crowd. Did you see that thread which opens with "The fool declares in his heart there is no God?" Thousands of
replies and like, what, 3 flags?
We have our awesome dog collars now (cellphones) so we don't need God.
One night I was seeing the thick neck of a guitar bend like rubber, right at the headstock area. I can't recall the bulk of the download, but it was
symbolic of stubbornness. And on my monitor screen I saw some cities wiped out by tornados. I switched on the TV to confirm. Yes, some cities were
wiped out by tornados. What does it mean? I don't know, but I expect there will be some more voices saying this is proof there is no God, and it's all
our fault for using oxygen to breathe. Just let them stay limited by their own limited ability to perceive God as anything other than a guy in the
cloud with white hair. They gleefully offed a guy who performed miracles practically on demand.
Nothing would make them happier than to do it again. There's technology that is pressing the limits of our imaginations, right now. Even if we saw the
blueprints we would need a Ph.D in Evil to grasp the implications. Accordingly, these are the Dark Ages.
In my opinion, God will unlock and loose power to destroy these devices/systems, on a need to know basis. There is too much temptation and corruption
to show anything more. The first thing a man does, when shown the hand and power of God, is to try to sidestep that same God, and claim it as his own.
It is so common, so predictable, that it's boring. It is practically a miracle in and of itself that a man thanks God, for anything, these days.
edit on 27-1-2013 by davidmann because: (no reason given)