Author Archives: ColorStorm

About ColorStorm

Blending the colorful issues of life with the unapologetic truth of scripture, while adding some gracious ferocity.

Oh how they pontificate

The much revered hero of artificial intellect, aka, the godfather of atheism, Richard Hawkins, when speaking of Trump, opened his trap regarding the silencing of ‘words’ he finds offensive and said this: ‘He went far beyond expression of opinion (which … Continue reading

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More lunacy. No thank you.

After a long waited appt. for an eye exam, I showed up, charming personality hidden behind the maskly donned 6’3 frame, on time, took off my jacket, said hello, and was immediately accosted (ok maybe an exaggeration) by the woman … Continue reading

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So God messsed up eh?

So saith many people, one of which I reference that brings this post to the light of day. Do visit that site and offer some needed balance. Let’s then dig beneath the surface to see if these gripes hold water, … Continue reading

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Somethings to ponder

Is EGO or Intellect the engine which fuels the god of atheism? Why? Will human beings ever grow skin like the LEATHER of the whitetail deer? Why? Why not? Has evolution ever created one genuine snowflake? Can evolution prevent the … Continue reading

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Who dares to challenge the goodness of God?

Beauty and goodness comes in many flavors. Here is a song that should make believers happy, and while it may even excite the auditory canals of the atheist, a greater question should be asked: Why does something please me that … Continue reading

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Some serious questions for one and all

Saw my neighbor last night, that effulgent and demure moon that I call my friend. MY friend doncha know, as she is there for ME. Call it arrogant, call it presumptuous, but what would YOU call it, and why is … Continue reading

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The glorious book of Revelation

Secrets revealed for they who are intimately familiar with every book of the bible which precedes it. Intellectual and spiritual maturity, (so missing in the tender ears of the immature or unlearned) which guides the soft hearts in knowing the … Continue reading

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A good perspective among covid nonsense

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I dare you

While contemplating what is plumb (vertical) and what is level, (horizontal) the thought occurred to me. Without God in mind, the common atheist (as good a person as he may be) is just a simple mass or glob of irrelevance. … Continue reading

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The elegance of the hidden

While doing renovation at our house, it is so easy to scrap something that appears unsightly; a piece of lumber loaded with rusty nails, the appearance of decay or rot, it’s time seems used up, the purpose being ended, the … Continue reading

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Judicial restraint?

You have heard it all. The cop was a monster killer. Floyd was a boy scout. The word ‘Justice now!’ is given a platform, and is code for ‘we want OUR verdict.’ Everybody apparently is on the ‘protest’ bandwagon, and … Continue reading

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The condition of things

Greeting to friends across the world, hello to believer kin, evo and atheist neighbors  everywhere. Do consider. Social distancing? Uh, nnnnno, let’s go with the more correct phrase: social Conditioning. Don’t think so? Bear with my folly, then decide for … Continue reading

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Word for the day- razor

By now you may have heard that some talking heads are saying it’s about time for a ‘one world government’ to help alongside the current  c-19 crisis, to steer as it were, ships having no captain, to aid a carpenter … Continue reading

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On a clear day

Soooo, no evidence of a Creator? No proof of God’s hand in His own engineering masterpiece called life? Well then, let’s have a listen to One greater who knew you would say that: For the invisible things of him from … Continue reading

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Friday nugget of light

Did you know that the Kjv 1611 has no copyright? Is this not pause for wonder in a world of commerce which thrives on the love of money? So go ahead and copy, redistribute, freely. And ask yourself why. While … Continue reading

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This is unbelievable!

I so tire of hearing that word: unbelievable. ‘Did you see him catch that TD pass? It was unbelievable.  Did you see her sink that 50 ft putt? Unbelievable. Did you hear about the guy who lost 50 lbs? Unbelievable. … Continue reading

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I say dear chap, there is no doubt

In my years of easy demolition of the theory of atheism, coupled with the instant hush of all naysayers who say: ‘there be no God!’ I bring this thought for the day. An exaggeration to be sure, but it only … Continue reading

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The world that then was…..

Sooooo, you have heard the gripe, one mind you, that has been repeated since man tried to depose God from His throne. There is no God! Genesis is a farce! The scriptures were written by lazy people who were clueless as … Continue reading

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Have you been humbled lately?

It’s short. It’s intense. It’s gorgeous. It’s altogether lovely. It’s the world which we live in, a world in which we become numb to what lies around us. I luuuuv stuff like this, watching what is above us, watching with … Continue reading

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Light and laughter

I luuuuv this observation, which by the way, I have been saying similar things for years. ‘Sunlight entering the water may travel about 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) into the ocean under the right conditions, but there is rarely any significant … Continue reading

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