God Answers Prayer…and Lawsuits?
Posted by wordforit on September 22, 2007
Say it isn’t so! A senator making a mockery of our courts and blaspheming God all in one document? So, it’s okay to frivolously use God’s Holiness but not the judicial system. I think I got it. It’s becoming a nuisance to try and keep up with all the changes!
Does this overlap into the separation of church and state controversy? Can a state lawfully acknowledge a lawsuit against a God who has been removed from many of its institutions in order for the powers-that-be to more effectively apply secular law? Christians have every reason to be outraged at profanity directed at our Lord and Savior!
Someone once told me that we were coming to a time when “what’s right is wrong and what’s wrong is right”. That was several years ago and never did I think I would see a time when American citizens were so irreverently audacious, much less witness the prevalent disregard for ethics and courtesy today’s so-called leaders think they can impose on society.
Isaiah 5:20~ “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!”
It was not so long ago that a person who had doubts or did not believe at all would show respect to the Almighty even if he or she disdained His followers. It grieves my heart to see well-intentioned Christians incorporating a little here and a little there until a belief system suits their perception. How small the world is when compared to Almighty God’s perception!
Matthew 5:18~ “For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled.”
The Lord’s point is that every letter of every word (i.e., jot and tittle) of the Bible is vital and will be fulfilled.
When an individual is a self-proclaimed agnostic, how can they sue someone who may or may not exist? God is being used for drawing attention to matters in an agenda and He is not happy to be a scapegoat. I hope the good folk in Nebraska are discerning enough to see that a motive other than teaching a lesson about wasting the courts’ time is at work. Is this is about time well spent?
“Involuntary ignorance is not charged against you as a fault; but your fault is this—you neglect to inquire into the things you are ignorant of.” Augustine
If we do not seek, we do not find.