Sunday, October 09, 2005

Hurricanes and Earthquakes -- God's Wrath

These are perilous times. People would rather worship trees than the Lord. Instead of Church, our youths go to protests over the environment. The environment! God gave us the Earth to be our toolbox, to feed and clothe ourselves, to make a life where must worship Him. As long as we are faithful, He will provide and so too will the Earth. But we have not been faithful. We have taken His gift to us and worshipped it instead. Our trust has not been in the Lord. We have allowed Satan to work through the dirty hippies and fear-mongering liberal media to manipulate us in to believing the sky is falling. Meanwhile, the homosexual agenda is advanced. Millions of fetuses are aborted. Women abandon their children for their jobs. Families crumble. So God punishes us. Earthquakes rock cities. Hurricanes drown us in our own filth. Too many of us worship the Earth, so God is using it against us. That is why it is imperative we repent. We should start by throwing environmentalists in jail for treason -- treason against the United States, treason against God. But jail for them should not simply be a cell. We should send them to work -- as lumberjacks, as coal miners. It will be the first honest days work they'll have done in their lives.


Blogger Des said...

Well, you know, there was never any earthquakes or tsunamis or floods or hurricanes before the twentieth century.

12:11 AM  
Blogger Des said...

I actually agree that we should put criminals to work. It is a very good idea, but would it not put honest working folk already in that line of work out of their jobs?

8:33 PM  
Anonymous lesolvr said...

close-mind·ed (klōs'mīn'dĭd, klōz'-) or closed-mind·ed (klōzd'-)

Intolerant of the beliefs and opinions of others; stubbornly unreceptive to new ideas.
close'-mind'ed·ness n.

EXAMPLE: "If you do not believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, and you do not accept Him as your savior, you will go to Hell."

11:14 PM  

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