Maybe no joke, but it is hilarious


Didja hear about the guy (a famous large mouthed and small-eared atheist) who was berated by his colleagues for believing in something he could not see, and thereby expressing his great faith, much to the chagrin of the Atheists Anonymous Worldwide club?

When asked to prove the existence of wind, he embarrassed himself by saying he can see it only by what it does to other things. He admitted he cannot see it under a microscope, mail it in a package, tell it to go away, order a day’s supply by way of a catalog, or save it for a rainy day. But he did paint himself and his friends into a corner by saying the unseen wind exists, and thereby admit that his science is fraudulent, and that his disbelief in God is equally dismal.

But the clowns in the circus refuse to connect the dots of their own ignorance, and SEE that it is precisely the same thing, whereby God’s hands can be seen, in ALL of life. It begins with LIGHT, continues through the conscience, and ends 6 feet under, where death has the final word, and whereby even the most stubborn of atheists admit that even a simple tulip bulb announces a rising again, a newness of life, after it springs forth to declare the gospel of the Creator.

Love that evangelistic flower, but so few pay attention, as the fingers are plugged firmly in the ears. If common fools are clueless as to flowers and the wind, how in God’s good name can they be trusted with anything that comes out of their mouths? The question answers itself.Β  Ah yes, He shall rise again.

 

About ColorStorm

Blending the colorful issues of life with the unapologetic truth of scripture, while adding some gracious ferocity.
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3 Responses to Maybe no joke, but it is hilarious

  1. Citizen Tom says:

    It is curious that this post did not draw any comments from our unbelieving friends.

    Liked by 1 person

    • ColorStorm says:

      I am of the opinion Tom that certain quarters know they cannot make inroads with believers who are steadfast in our beliefs, therefore ‘fresh’ victims are sought; still, it’s vital for our own sake, for many read but never comment.

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