Complete fairness

This is not meant to disparage good people wherever they may be found, and whatever vocation they are in, it is simply that God’s word is written to smite the elite. Since the wisdom of God is from above, it is natural then that the rain would agree that all blessing springs from him, and thankfully nature confirms His word and ways.

I no more need a godless scientist to explain creation, than I need a hundred popes to unfold the gems of scripture.

The above quote is I believe, expressed in the context of total fairness. It will be scorned by both academia and fields of religion, but it is, and should be, true to people who cherish the truth above and beyond circles of influence.

Common sense and discernment are more valuable than all the tea in China,Ā  and twice as wonderful as a thousand University degrees. God’s word is the only ex cathedra that really matters.

About ColorStorm

Blending the colorful issues of life with the unapologetic truth of scripture, while adding some gracious ferocity.
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9 Responses to Complete fairness

  1. Tricia says:

    Common sense is indeed the ultimate treasure ColorStorm. Something so few “experts seem to have attained.

    Loved the quote btw, plain and simple truth.

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  2. ColorStorm says:

    Hi T, tkx.

    Can use a bit of that over your place too eh regarding Gaza and the misfits who are just asking to be shot. Geez. How people can defend that is beyond me.

    But yeah, just saw a vid of that Dawkins guy trying to defend godlessness. Can’t stand that pseudo-intellect crap.


  3. The Word stands as Truth for all of time.

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  4. Wally Fry says:

    Lately, I find God and HIs Word to be about the only thing I can count on. Thanks my friend, very timely here.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Yeah, W, we as people tend to disappoint, fortunately, there is One who does not, and His word is solid gold. Tarnish proof as it were.


  5. Amen, Colorstorm! Love your quote.

    I saw a triple rainbow once, just stunning, right over my head as if you could reach down and find a pot of gold. Along comes someone and promptly goes, “Meh, it’s nothing more than meteorological phenomenon that is caused by reflection, refraction and dispersion of light in water droplets resulting in a spectrum…” Like, duh. I actually know that to be true too, but to use such knowledge as if it actually should serve as a replacement for the beauty, wonder, promise to be found in that rainbow is just astoundingly foolish. Guy was all congratulating himself for not being “deceived” by the majesty of a rainbow? Say what?

    It strikes me as really interesting, sometimes both science and religionism can be just like that. They’re both so busy trying to tell you How Things Are, they miss the whole miracle.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      I’m laughing msb, because I have those kinds of convos all the time.

      Picture a cauldron of all letters in the alphabet, mixed like soup, in every language under heaven, and a guy will boast of his wordsmithery, and I say, ”hey, do you notice that they are not actually your letters? That they actually belong to someone else, and you are just of vendor of someone else’s ingenuity?’

      In this case, God owns all the digits, and all the alphabets. We forget He owns it all, and we couldn’t thpell soxx without His help. Some people’s kids……

      Love the rainbow big time too obviously. šŸ˜‰

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