Saturday, August 27, 2016

My Conversation with an Atheist.....deno......share freely.

My Conversation on this post with an atheist....I think you will find it interesting.
Deno Smith originally shared:

Im posting this because I think you will find it interesting. This is our present day reality and shows the battle of faith and truth that we are in today as believers facing God's enemies. It is a post conversation that I was involved in with others believers and non believers......deno.


Deno Smith to Ken Ham (President of Answers In Genesis) who is building the Bible Size Noahs Ark)... I am so thankful this Ark is being built.
....... (With wood, hammer, nails and a called man, God saved Noah and his family in the day of His former wrath. With wood, hammer, nails and a called man (Jesus Christ) God saves us from the wrath to come. God bless you and this monumental statement of the Saving Grace of God)......deno.....use all my writings and points freely as you see fit...To God be the glory....deno.

Cheryl Jones-Evans What a great analogy!!
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Chris Sheaffer
Chris Sheaffer..... Haha, hammer and nails. Nobody uses those anymore, ya dummy
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Charlie Beech
Charlie Beech .....Grow up. How did Noah get penguins and elephants on the same boat. It's a story. Harry Potter makes more sense than the bible.
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Kathy Towns
Kathy Towns...... Charlie Beech nothing is too hard for God. Who do you think created penguins and elephants. Oh yeah - you probably think all the "parts" just happened to come together in the cosmos at some point. Now THAT takes blind faith
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Yula Flournoy
Yula Flournoy ....Kathy Towns if nothing is too hard for god, can you ask him to stop starving kids. Because that's really not nice.
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Deno Smith
Deno Smith Yula......God gave us the power, the plenty, and the ability to raise the children, to nourish and to cherish them. It is not God or His heart that is the problem. He gave us all as His gift (THE PLANET) with all its vast resources, and God gave us all our children to love, care for, nourish and to raise. He gave us the know how and the plenty to feed all and to take care of all. It is our evil hearts of greed and selfishness that is starving the children and withholding from them, Not God. We should judge ourselves in this matter, NOT GOD. He did His part. He gave us the planet, the plenty, and the power over it all and the ability to till it. Instead of exercising our passions on blaming God for the children starving and trying to say that He is some sort of an evil monster, if we have the power to feed the poor and we do, and if it is in our ability to do so but we don't, WHO THEN IS THE REAL MONSTER?... WE THEN ARE THE EVIL MONSTERS, not the Lord our Redeemer who loved us and gave himself for us.. So I ask you, who is the evil ones? God or us?
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Deno Smith This scripture sealed the Arks survival victory thru the flood. Genesis 7:16....they went in as GOD COMMANDED THEM, and the Lord Shut him in.....The covenant keeping God who gives HIS Covenant Success Blessing on the works of our hands, it was He that SHUT THE DOOR of the Ark. God and His Covenant Success Blessing was on the scene. From the first board connected to the second board all the way to the final board put in its place, God blessed it all with HIS KEEPING POWER. The same power of God that God poured into Jesus when He raised His Son from the dead, God used that same glory and poured it upon the Ark guaranteeing the Arks survival unto its landing on the mountains of Ararat. He that upholds the Universe thru the Word of His Power was the upholder and insurer of the Arks Complete Success. It was the GOD FACTOR that made the Ark Successfully Complete its mission purpose and reach its final resting place, so it was with Christ.
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Lisa Pawley
Lisa Pawley I live in Southern Ontario, Canada, so it's not too far for me to make a road trip out there! We hope to do this next year or this year yet!
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Ken Ham
Ken Ham Mark of AiG here: the distance from Detroit and its border with Ontario is only about 4 1/2 hours from the Ark.