Nature’s herald no. 2

You want to talk about unicorns or large lizards? Not today, anyway, what is exactly large? Compared to what? How about Goliath of Gath, the 9′ prize fighter that was proven to be just another clumsy oaf? Nope not today, do not want to discuss headless fools. How about those marvelous bumble bees which defy aeronautics? Love those fellas but not today.

How about boys at the age of 7 in girls bathrooms because we have evolved to the point of ‘everything is sacred?’ I’d love to tear apart that stupidity, but not today. How about the alleged roadster of Musk and SpaceX cruising through space in auto pilot? Hmm nope, but at least we are getting warmer.

Some time ago I posted a heads up so as to prepare the way for something better, to allow the mind and heart to settle so as to take something more seriously than usual perhaps. There is a topic that scares the daylights out of people, believer and unbeliever alike, (I know this assuredly from personal experience, even though you will hear otherwise; just consider your own conversations with family or friends) and a topic that CAN put people into camps or even dunce corners, but it does not have to be, and that subject is God’s creation in general, and where humans live in particular.

I have no less than 10 times in the past month mentioned that the genius Nicola Tesla and Mr. Albert Einstein were smart men, albeit men who differed in theory and practice. So when I hear the cry of ‘you fool!’ or ‘how can you be so blind, thtoopid, or just plain dizzy in the head,’ I laugh at the shallowness of far too many who  refuse to engage their own God-given brain, and consider WHY there are many points of view while looking at the same information.  (Hello Dems and Repubs?)

I mentioned that since I changed url’s, many readers were lost, and more maybe, \0/ or ;(  but do consider the life and times of man and why we do such things. ‘A friend loveth at all times,’ not when they behave badly though right? but the next offering coming your way is not about love; well, maybe it is, that is, there is this thing called love of the truth, truth which can make us uncomfortable.

To borrow from the lucid and always sharp and sober mind of a man above men, he said this:

‘It is good to pass from fiction to fact-to have, instead of a rotten plank, a strong bridge on which to cross the stream-in lieu of panting in the foggy atmosphere of impossible Theory, to breathe the pure air of heavenly Truth. Let us now, therefore, endeavor to learn something of what the bible tells us concerning the sun.’

Love this. Who talks like this of God’s creation in such simple eloquence while making his case regarding the place we call home? Can an evolutionist or atheist speak with such splendor? A thousand times no, because here we have words coming from a sanctified mind. Of course I am not saying the infidel is a bad person, it’s just that he is not so equipped.

But does our topic of the day matter in the larger scheme of things? I believe so, because it boils down to whether God’s word can be trusted, if our senses agree with His revelation, and if our facts line up with reason and logic not based on assumptions, but actually and factually, so yes, we should consider who is on trial here, and rest assured, it is not the Creator.

But do ask yourself, whether your senses agree with scripture. So enjoy, and do yourself a favour and get out the coffee, warm fire, whatever, but do give jack the barbarian the road.     lol


About ColorStorm

Blending the colorful issues of life with the unapologetic truth of scripture, while adding some gracious ferocity.
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11 Responses to Nature’s herald no. 2

  1. mikevoice0891 says:

    John, I posted one


    • ColorStorm says:

      Your frame of reference is so out to lunch that it would be pointless.

      You may want to start again and consider that when God created all that is, His creation was very good.

      He is not to blame for the embarrassing acts of misfits.


  2. Citizen Tom says:


    Good post!

    I would like to say I have a simple, obvious answer. I don’t.

    The Bible is sufficient, as IB observed, but what do we do when the Bible and what we know about the world, science, seem to be in conflict? Since the Bible is always correct, we must figure out our error.
    1. Interpreting the Bible is not always easy. That includes translating it. So we need to double-check.
    2. The science may be wrong. We need to verify whether the science is actually proven or a bunch of just wish it was proven.

    Our track record with to respect to demonstrating that the Bible and science are in accord isn’t good. Why? We listen, and we talk about it enough, but we all have a personal agenda. We also don’t know very much.

    Because we are biased and not so wise, our debates often focuses on stuff that doesn’t matter: feelings, consensus, not actual proof. If we cannot replicate what our scientific hypothesis claims is true, we don’t have proof. We can howl otherwise, but the volume of our noise is not proof.

    On the other hand, if there is scientific proof, we need to double-check our interpretation of the Bible. Because we are human, we can always make some kind of mistake. The Bible says what says, not what we want it to say. It is there to glorify our Maker, not us.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Tkx Ct, agree wholehearted especially the last paragraph.

      This post is a precursor, the next one being at least more detailed, and I can predict the immediate response.

      It is one thing to be railed at by the godless, there is no excuse from our own. In the midst of our most glaring differences, our mettle is tested. NATURE is a good word to keep in mind.

      Always appreciate your thoughtful input, and warm regards.

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      • Citizen Tom says:


        The notion that everyone should agree with “me” is a strange one, but we do have big egos. I suppose it is right up there with the idea of an unkind Christian.

        Looking forward to your next post.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          True enough Tom.
          I would only caution to be aware of any science that pretends to know more than God. Especially evolutionary atheism which denies the Lifegiver Himself, yet pretends to have all answers, YET, promoting a cosmology that would make angels weep.

          Probably a good idea not to cry with them by shaking hands with the godless worldview. This is an important point to keep in mind.

          FRIENDSHIP with the world…..goes much deeper than spiritual things alone. It is a frame of reference which by its very nature, separates man from beast, good from evil, and by what looking glass we see everything.

          I choose not the blind eyes of godless so called scientists and their pretense. Rather to be thought a fool.

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  3. Colorstorm,

    i read your comment on CT post to build 100 miles of wall etc……..

    Problem is the politicians have been talking about this issue since 1986, and in my opinion, if they are given more time, the same comatoseness will occur for another 33 years.

    Check out my compromise comment,if interested.

    PS Your “what the Bible tells us concerning the sun……’…….

    Nothing is new under the sun, especially in regards to the madness and folly, in my opinion.

    Regards and good will blogging.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Ok tkx,
      As to the sun here though, you may be surprised that there is actually a dismissal of the suns actual function, in
      that I suppose that’s new, at least in 2019,
      only because we creatures have proven to hold the Creator in scorn. Not too smart.

      But I touch on that in the next post, hope you get to consider it, and tks for popping by.

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  4. Interesting post, Colorstorm! Tesla was fascinating, fell in love with a pigeon at the end of his life. You know I’m going to be infinitely curious about such things. 🙂

    Anyway, Tesla was always a bit more like me, seeing the miracle in biology, in the natural world, whereas Einstein was often out chasing time and black holes.

    That sun though,well I’ll leave you to tell the tale. But it’s a great curiosity, a rather miraculous thing. We should really all be french fries. 🙂

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Ha ha msb, unfortunately it’s a small tale , with mention of the sun briefly as in Oh by the way, but I do note the connection with God’s wisdom and order, and that is enough.

      So tomorrow when your husband asks you what is burning, like toast or something, you can just laff and tell him you are reading the post of a friend, and your screen backfired. 😉

      As a matter of fact, it would be very cool to have him read it ; be very curious to know his take.


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