“The problem is that
people actually believe there is a God in the first place. Trying to use
any argument to rationalize God in your own mind is still a form of
insanity, because you are just attempting justifying your delusions.
There is no God, get over it.” (Quoted from a Blog I read on line)
What is it that makes people so upset
about the idea of a Supreme Being? God is Love; do we not like love? God
cannot lie; do we prefer lies? God is Light and there is no darkness in
him; do we really love darkness so much? God is righteous; yet we want
nothing to do with him? God is the source of all the fruits of the
Spirit, all the gifts of the Spirit, all the Wisdom of the Spirit and
all the pleasures in Heavenly places; is that really so bad? God is Life
and Truth; don’t we want to really live and be free? God is all
powerful; don’t we need help too?
Scripture segment: ‘Seek ye first the
Kingdom… of HIM’.
He has a kingdom at his disposal, and he is offering that to all
mankind. Do we like this world so much that we would reject not only the
Kingdom but the King as well?
The quote says: “rationalize God in your
own mind”; yet, does not the author ‘rationalize no-God’ in his mind?
The quote says: “justifying your delusions”; yet, we who have heard Him
speak, seen Him in Action, read the writings of others who spoke with
Him, even cities, tribes, and Nations that have visited by Him
rightfully say, ‘what delusion’? Surely delusion is to decide God does
not exist just because you haven’t personally met him yet.
I have not met 99% of the dignitaries on
the earth; yet I know they exist.
I have not visited 99.99% of all the planets in the universe, but I know
they exist because some person ‘saw’ them in a scope, or ‘heard’ them in
a scope, or saw pictures a ‘satellite’ sent back. How do I know those
evidences aren’t all delusions, illusions, or insane confusions? I don’t
have to BE the one IN the experiences; I just need to accept the
witnesses OF the experiences. However, I am profoundly glad that I don’t
just live by second hand, third hand, etc, knowledge. He sought me out
and He found me; I sought for more of Him and he revealed more of Him to
Who is truly “insane” around here? If we
define ‘sanity’ as “There is no God get over it”, well then, I think
insanity must be the right choice. God did indeed tell us the truth
through the Bible writer; it is after all ‘foolishness’ to the wise (and
natural) man. But then again, it is better to be that than being ‘the
fool who says in his/her heart ‘there is no God’. Maybe the author just
likes the self-delusion of believing he is a supreme being all by
J. Massotti Th.M., Th.M. 7/12/2009