posted on 12/28/2004 8:50:33 PM PST
both events happend in areas where CHristianity is not prevelant.
Gee, I must have been hallucinating when they were showing a cemetery on CNN filled with new white crosses where tsunami victims were being buried.
A little off the deep end.
It's called a 'coincidence,'
posted on 12/28/2004 8:52:47 PM PST
by Kitten Festival
(The Thug of Caracas has got to go.)
Pathetic and offensive, so say I. If God is into the slaughter of innocent non-Christians (forget the "collateral damage of "Christians", then God is indubitably "dead."
posted on 12/28/2004 8:54:04 PM PST
All the people who died because of the 'will of god'.
Too bad Falwell and Robertson didn't warn them over their sinful ways.
posted on 12/28/2004 8:55:54 PM PST
In another weird coincidence, this Christmas earthquake was the largest since the massive Alaska quake which hit 40 years ago on Good Friday. I think it's a coincidence, but still kind of odd.
I once saw a documentary interview with a pastor who was giving his Good Friday sermon at the time of the Alaska quake. Immediately after he read the passage about the earth shaking following Christ's death, the quake hit. That'll wake up the congregation!
posted on 12/28/2004 8:58:13 PM PST
To: Neets; Darksheare; scott0347; timpad; KangarooJacqui; The Scourge of Yazid; Conspiracy Guy; ...
"Love your enemies. Bless those who curse you and pray for those who mistreat you." Maybe God is testing us.
posted on 12/28/2004 9:25:47 PM PST
All it means is that your tinfoil is wound so tight,that it has cut off the blood supply to your brain and you're hallucinating. Remove that hat immediately and reason should return in a few months or so. :-)
To: abigkahuna; nopardons; Recovering Ex-hippie; timestax; Dan Evans; King Prout; lavrenti; ...
"...Human sacrifice! Dogs and cats living together...!"
posted on 12/29/2004 1:32:16 AM PST
-------"What makes one go hmmmm....."
Your answer is in your question.
HAARP (High Altitude Radar Profiling or something) has been accused of causing hums in the earth (the Taos Hum) and eqrthquakes, etc. (It must be true - I heard it on Coast-to-coast with Art Bell and George Noorey!)
posted on 12/29/2004 1:34:20 AM PST
posted on 12/29/2004 3:05:10 AM PST
(...GOD BLESS OUR ARMED FORCES)
To: abigkahuna; grellis
My family and I heartily celebrate Christ's birth on December 25, but we know that there is no better authority for that as The Date than there is for any other. If God attached any significance to the date, it would be in the Bible, as are ways of figuring the feasts of the Old Testament.
It is true that God is sovereign over literally everything, including natural phenomena (Psalm 29:3; 115:3; Jeremiah 10:10). It is also true that national sin can bring national judgment, even among "heathen" nations (i.e. nations other than Israel; Genesis 15:16; Proverbs 14:34; Amos 12, etc. ad inf.).
However, I would not attach any such one-for-one significance to these calamities, lest I fall under the judgment incurred by Job's three "friends," who thought they could interpret every act of Providence for others.
Here is one reason why I am reluctant: another Biblical principle is this, and you may make bank on it: the greater the privilege, the greater the responsibility (Amos 3:2; Luke 12:48; Romans 2:1-2).
I say that to say this: if any nations on earth today deserve complete eradication because of their deliberate, defiant and arrogant rejection of abundantly-available truth from God, America would have to be right at the top of the list.
So let's not point fingers. Instead, let's humble ourselves, repent, and get to faith-born work.
Biblical Christianity web site
Biblical Christianity message board
To Tell the Truth, Virginia...
Biblical Christianity BLOG
posted on 12/29/2004 5:53:17 AM PST
("...behold, they have rejected the word of the LORD, so what wisdom is in them?" [Jer. 8:9])
Does this mean anything?
Como se dicé, "Get right with Jesus?"
>Upon a little research I find that last
December 26th there was a horrific earthquake in Bam, Iran ... Fast forward to a year later
, December 26, 2004.... What makes on go hmmmm, is that both
events happened right after Christmas and both
events happend in areas . . .
Exactly 1 year after the Northridge earthquake, on January 17, 1995, a devastating earthquake struck the city of Kobe, Japan.
posted on 01/01/2005 5:13:31 PM PST
("If you can't run with the big dogs, you'd better go sit on the porch." (Daytona 50 days);-)
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