Some dusty feet there…

All right listen up ye godless neighbors in blogsville. You have said at every opportunity that believers are dunces who can’t thpell kat if you spotted them the k and the t…You have said that God is both evil, immoral, and guilty of dereliction of duty…if He exists at all. You have decided that God is to be blamed for your lies, your deceit, your theft, your profanities, your vulgarities, your cheating ways, your fornication, your adulteries, your boastful denials of truth, your double-minded hypocrisies, your worship of yourself as well as false science, and you have also stated that the sin which drips from you is pure water.

Yeah, good luck with that, but here’s a news flash. The God whom you have wiped your feet with, has established a track record of goodness, one which you conveniently ignore. Yes, His creation was once good, actually very good even, and well, things went south. Mischief turned into mayhem, which gave birth to murder. God was patient, but sin sired many bastard children. They still thrive today. You too are playing your part.

It rained. A lot. But not before God graciously and patiently waited for men to amend their ways. Would they? Nope, then like today, they gave God the middle finger as they jeered that the Creator was irrelevant. But they persisted in their corruption, and worshiped themselves claiming it was THEIR earth, THEIR sun, THEIR moon, and erased God from His handiwork, as they manufactured daily acts of abomination. Sooooo much like today, perhaps today is worse.

But take note, for 120 years God suffered the ways of misfits, and still pleaded with men to ‘get right.’ they would not. The waters arose, higher, higher, men complained, not because they were remorseful and God was correct, but that they were going to drown. Wrong response.

But ‘no evidence’ there was a flood you may say today? Ha, same old story of stupidity and ignorance of the ways of man and the ways of God. Perhaps you have never seen what devastation 2 inches of water can do in an hour. But 40 days and nights of unceasing water from above and below? You cannot imagine…..Water kind of washes things away. But I digress. Your couch floating down the river is history, only to be eaten because the warranty is expired. No returns.

So for 120 years God was gracious, and get this: THAT is your entire lifetime, then some. Get that? So don’t btcih that God is evil and impatient. 120 years. That’s two lifetimes if you will, so yeah, God is good. But you ask for ‘proof’ of a deluge? Ha, that is far too easy. Your greater question should be: Why hasn’t man learned from his depraved ways? And why hasn’t the father of sin stopped reproducing?

But still one greater question remains that exposes sinful men and magnifies the grace of God: Why is the heaven silent in the face of such blatant disrespect of the holy Creator, whereby men parade their decadence and pride? Here’s a clue: God is longsuffering and patient, and not willing that any should perish. This current age of grace is plenty of proof that God can be trusted to keep His own word. There is precedence doncha know.Β  Men have always used God for a doormat, but can I repeat again the singular word: PATIENCE. Patience though will one day run its course.

Let God be true and every man a liar.

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Blending the colorful issues of life with the unapologetic truth of scripture, while adding some gracious ferocity.
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32 Responses to Some dusty feet there…

  1. Well said. As the Apostle Paul said: “Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, this he will also reap.” There will be a judgement day.

    May God have mercy on me, a sinner.

    Be blessed.

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  2. Wally Fry says:

    Friend, brave and well said. You said this:

    But still one greater question remains that exposes sinful men and magnifies the grace of God: Why is the heaven silent in the face of such blatant disrespect of the holy Creator, whereby men parade their decadence and pride? Here’s a clue: God is longsuffering and patient, and not willing that any should perish

    All those who spend their lives railing against Him, declaring Him evil or morally deficient, or unfair or unjust? They really ought to be glad He has not opted to deliver justice…..yet.

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  3. tildeb says:

    I predict that the pious will falsely accuse non believers as being the root cause for the planet-altering shifts in climate patterns we are only now starting to experience and miraculously forget their own entrenched climate-change denialism that has helped stop meaningful policies to avoid or even mitigate them; instead, the pious will insist that non believers and their ‘immorality’ has caused ‘god’ to initiated these radical weather events as some form of righteous punishment even though the humble and meek and climate-change-denying cohort of evangelicals ‘warned’ us of this danger but that ‘we’ didn’t listen.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Not a treatise on ‘climate change,’ tildeb, and no accusations, for or against, but the post speaks of the truth of God. πŸ˜‰

      His word is far better and more reliable than a thousand PhD scientists who still wear mental and historical diapers.

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    • Wally Fry says:

      Sheesh. Who mentioned climate change? Maybe you ought to actually READ Tildeb. This God you spit and every chance you get even puts up with you. That’s some hardcore proof of His patience and love, for sure.

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      • tildeb says:

        I feel your Christian love, Wally.

        Wouldn’t you get a thrill-and-a-half if your god actually practiced vengeance against those who find your religious beliefs about him/it idiotic, immoral, irresponsible, and immature? I suspect you would never admit it, of course, but need to continue to avoid taking personal responsibility for making these kinds of dire warnings. I;’ll even bet you rationalize that you’re just the harbinger, am I right?

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        • Wally Fry says:

          I feel your Christian love, Wally.

          You won’t buy this, of course, Tildeb, but there is much love here. For me to believe as I do and NOT shout it from the rooftops and at you if needed would not be love. For me to believe and not tell you would be a lack of it. I would add that, to put up with the venom from you and others and still tell it? That is a LOT of love, thankfully powered by the Holy Spirit. Left to myself, I would let you be.

          Wouldn’t you get a thrill-and-a-half if your god actually practiced vengeance against those who find your religious beliefs about him/it idiotic, immoral, irresponsible, and immature?

          That is false. I don’t rejoice over that at all. Why? Because I didn’t deserve Grace myself, so I can’t rejoice over some superiority that I somehow was good enough to earn it. In fact, it breaks my heart.

          but need to continue to avoid taking personal responsibility for making these kinds of dire warnings. I;’ll even bet you rationalize that you’re just the harbinger, am I right?

          I take full responsibility for making these warnings and feel no shame at all. I am, in fact, simply the messenger, not the pronouncer. I take full responsibility. In fact, here it is again.  God is patient, loving and longsuffering. He waits patiently. For you.

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    • Citizen Tom says:

      You don’t believe in God, but you believe in “climate change”? Well, the climate does change, and sometimes the changes are quite catastrophic. For example, because God gave him the gift of interpreting dreams, a man named Joseph got this job as the second most powerful man in Egypt. After he explained to the Pharaoh that Egypt would experience seven years of plenty and then seven years of drought, the Pharaoh appointed him to the task of implementing the plan he had suggested. So, yes, climate change does happen, and it can be devastating (Noah’s Flood), but it is not anything new.

      When we experience nasty weather, should believers blame it on unbelievers? To what end? I suppose some believers do run around pointing the finger, but it is not biblical.

      Right now, however, you really ought to assess who is blaming who. Reeks of hypocrisy. We both know that if you had the power you would silence dissent. I wish you understood just how foolish you sound. All you are doing is projecting your own sins onto others.

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  4. Tricia says:

    Very well said ColorStorm. The further one walks away from God, the more attached they become to things or people that take God’s place as the provider of self value and morality. Pride of course is at the root, but the offshoot of self righteousness aggravates the sinfulness further. Yes, thank God for his long enduring grace and mercy.

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  5. Wally Fry says:

    Fix my blockquote there would ya?

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  6. Ah,dusty feet! I like to yell “Ichabod” while kicking off my sandals. It more dramatic. πŸ™‚

    I also really like how Abraham intercedes for Sodom and God promises if there are 50 righteous men, He’ll save the city. Okay, just 25. Well, maybe, 10? Is ten going to be enough? Shoot, there must be a righteous man in this city somewhere……

    God is merciful, patient, and just, exactly as you have portrayed Him, Colorstorm. He also has an awesome way of taking care of His own. Not all survive, but He did lead Lot and his family out of the city, He protected a prostitute living in a wall, and He placed Noah and family on an Ark. God is good and not indifferent to us at all. We got His rainbow, too. That’s a sweet and pretty reminder.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Really? Moderation? Good gravy. πŸ˜‰

      Ichabod! Nice. But I wish our detractor friends would pay attention to this long suffering and patience of God in a world clearly gone sideways.

      That ark account speaks of God’s unfailing love and promises. 120 years men disgraced the earth with evil only continually………………

      Seems to me God is off the ‘hook.’ lol

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  7. ColorStorm says:

    I have heard by reliable sources that the ark was in fact THE vessel whereby all modern shipbuilders ply their craft. After all it was in fact God’s dimensions. He should know what could withstand such pressure.

    Then we have God’s word; His accounting. As to your ‘majority’ of Christians………..who think otherwise, so what? They don’t answer to me. If they want to be wishy washy having no backbone, being influenced by make believe scholars………..rather than to submit to the Creator of water………..and His perfect word………..

    The testimony of scripture is enough. Verified by Christ. Confirmed by Peter. Their word is fine by me. You can keep the unlearned opinions on your blog. But tkx anyway.

    This account has long been upheld by facts, history, and the good word of God which speaks of a deluge that you cannot imagine. But that should be the least of your worries.

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    • Arkenaten says:

      ”Reliable sources”?
      So you are a Young Earth Creationist, am I right?

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      • ColorStorm says:

        I have answered this a dozen times or more, and it is irrelevant.

        Then again maybe YOU were present at creation, and helped carry the rocks to build earth’s foundation……….

        Didn’t think so. ‘Some dusty feet there.’

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        • Arkenaten says:

          So, are you a YEC, yes or no?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          I have answered many times. Many you can ask around, I’m sure your kin is well aware of my answer.

          I believe in God. You don’t. Your problem, not mine.

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        • Arkenaten says:

          I believe in God. You don’t. Your problem, not mine.

          This is a point of view, most certainly. However, there are plenty of people who believe in your god and many of them have different views on the issue and this includes views on Creation.

          I do not recall you answering this question directly, or maybe I simply don’t remember?
          Either way it should be no great hardship telling me once more?
          Are you a Young Earth Creationist, Colorstorm? Yes or no?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Correction: Many people do not believe in my god………’ He is God. Period.

          My blog. Not in the least interested in your reindeer games. Maybe you should re-read this short post here and see if a YEC is relevant?

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        • Arkenaten says:

          Okay, let’s rather use the proper name, Yahweh.
          I acknowledge this is your blog and am slightly surprised, yet pleased nonetheless that you have allowed this many of my comments already.
          Why do you have a problem answering my question?
          More or less, how old do you believe the earth is, Colorstorm?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          I have always been most reasonable. God is known to us by virtue of Creation, not Yahweh. It is a matter of One God. There was no relation established to man, as yet. As far as comments, I am not always home, hence delays.

          My opinion of the age of the earth is no better than yours.

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        • Arkenaten says:

          Okay, this is also a point of view.
          Do you believe the earth to be less than 3 billion years old?

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