God and Weather

Ever stop to think that the weather is so secularized that in our day we would rarely consider it as a call of God to repent. 
Haggai 2:17 I struck you and all the products of your toil with blight and with mildew and with hail, yet you did not turn to me, declares the Lord.
Rocks, trees, birds and all of nature is constantly belting out sermons of how they magnify and comply with the will of God and how we do not. It’s the type of sermons we’d rather not think about, so we’ve chalked up natural events to be only coincidence or something distinctly inherent in nature. Simply put, God is removed from having any direct interaction with nature and so any discussion that would suggest so is deemed superstitious or primitive thinking. 
As that may make some or even a majority feel a bit better, it’s no wonder they and whole nations fall, because man just refuses to acknowledge God, their sin, and any need for repentance. All of mankind is so stiff-necked, it’s only the redeemed that see this in people and can hear the sermons for what they are and in faith lean on Christ for any and all hope of salvation. 

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  1. Barbara Stafford

    Good and true!

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