The Myth Of God 's God

1030 Words5 Pages
Before God created there was no man to deny the existence of God, to praise an atheistic humanistic god, to curse his Creator. There was no man to seek materialistic inventions, to structure their own earthly heaven, build a crumbling success that clings to that which is satanic and forgets their Creator. Before creation, no man spent a lifetime running from the purpose of his creation, seeking his own ungodly selfish end, and die not only rejecting his Savior and God but rejecting the treasure of an eternity in Glory. Could it be that when God planned to create mankind that he knew that man would fall and that his nature would be to seek his own selfish aims? Sure. God knew all things, even before the foundation of the world,…show more content…
I have a harder time wondering why He would make any of us, and certainly, we all fall short of the glory of God. So tell me, where does Scripture say a woman has the right to do with her own body as she pleases? Where does she have the right to kill an innocent baby? Does she indeed have the right to do as she pleases with her own baby? Where are the child 's rights? Is this not demonic? (16)

In the words of Rick Jones,

Satan worshipers are forced to drink stuff like urine and blood. They perform all kinds of bloody animal sacrifices in their rituals. But it doesn 't stop there. Experts estimate that between 50,000 and 60,000 satanic human sacrifices take place each year in the united States alone. That 's 170 human sacrifices every single day. Their favorite victims are babies; the younger the better. If you 're real smart, you 've already figured out that they need 50,000 to 60,000 victims every year. Once you 've joined, you just might get “volunteered.
Judges 9:23
“Then God sent an evil spirit between Abimelech and the men of Shechem; and the men of Shechem dealt treacherously with Abimelech:”

Here was the son of a murderer that sat on the throne that his father refused. Abimelech was a murderer that killed his seventy brothers to become king. The men of Shechem were fed up with the ways of Abimelech, and their jealousy and discord among them turned to plotting about getting rid of this treacherous king, which caused

More about The Myth Of God 's God

Get Access