Love me some questions

Here’s some fine questions for to consider.

If there be no God, (singular doncha know, One above all- He who exposes all imposters) tell me, what right have you to enjoy the sounds of the morning songbird?

What right have you to light, heat, air, or water?

Who gave you the privilege to walk gently on terra firma, aka, earth?

Who gave you the brains to decide whether you will walk to Denver, take a plane to Punta Cana, or swim to Brazil?

Who has neglected to withhold night vision from you as the bat or owl?

Who has not given you the legs of a deer or hooves of a goat so you can leap like a frog or run like a gazelle? (I tell you it’s not fair to not have hooves. Maybe we should call the Department of Evolution and file a formal complaint)

Who has given you more significance than a termite? Why don’t YOU make food for the honey bee like he does for you? Who are you to expect such delicacies without returning the favor? What, are you a beggar living at the welfare of others?

If you are as common and no more relevant than a black bear, why then do you not invite him into YOUR den to sip brandy?

If there be no resurrection, why then pray tell do you put flower bulbs INTO THE GROUND, that they may rise again to a newness of life? (Thus does nature embarrass our self enjoyed ignorance and pride)

If there be no God to uphold the sun and moon from falling on our heads, WHO then apart from intelligence is responsible for such a display of strength and majesty? (Nope, accidental life will not do here, for planning requires and demands intelligence and aforethought with repeatable and predictable results)

How then great must God be, as the strong man to build Everest, the oceans, all trees, sand, eagles, wrens, ducks, heifers, lambs, and of course whales. Which reminds me.

Did you know that the largest of whales can swallow 10,000 gallons of water in a single gulp? But nooooooooo, his throat is too small to take in a man named Jonah……….. Hilarious how myopic the human brain can be when fooled by godlessness.

And a thousand other examples posed as questions could prove the day. That proving of course that God owns all days, and that He, and not Mr. Rolex, owns all time, which time by the way is oh so fleeting, just as He has said for thousands of years. God is light years ahead of our petty b*tchnig.     😉

 

 

About ColorStorm

Blending the colorful issues of life with the unapologetic truth of scripture, while adding some gracious ferocity.
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7 Responses to Love me some questions

  1. Tricia says:

    Awww, just loved this ColorStorm. It’s truly humbling and amazing to think of all the minute and essential details that go in to creating just one species, a sea turtle for example, and that must be precisely coordinated with all the minute details from another they are in symbiotic relationship with like a sea cucumber for things to work as they do.

    It’s mind boggling really but yet just perfect all the same. As is the God who created all of it.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Tkx Tricia- and sorry u went to mod- no idea why, just WP being randomly wonky.

      But yes, the fabric of life is woven by hands much better than ours- and it is embarrassingly painful to hear so many speak of a need for proof…..

      Yeah, like life is not enough. Sheesh.

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  2. sklyjd says:

    Evidence and facts are the elements of finding the truth CS, it makes you feel so much better when you know what the reality is and not based on incontrollable emotional faith and wishful thinking.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      I have the same evidence and facts as u Steve-

      One difference- i do not refuse the obvious, while u give the Creator a choice finger.

      Strange how you avoided every question/ I would too if I represented the godless- the answers are punishing and truthful.

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  3. I heard a good one at church today, Colorstorm. “The depth of our questions determines the bigness of our God.”

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