Hover over Romans 1:20-22 for proof of God's existence, and over Matthew 5:27-28 for Judgment Day’s perfect standard. Then hover over John 3:16-18 for what God did, and over Acts 17:30-31 for what to do.

Friday, July 11, 2008


To be an atheist is to play Russian roulette with all barrels loaded. An atheists can’t win. Of course, he feels and acts like a big player, until the trigger is pulled.

The issue isn’t the existence of God. If he is wrong and there is a Creator, then he was wrong. He gambled and he lost. No big deal. The real gamble is that there’s no Hell. That’s what makes the player sweat, just a little. “What if?” is the deep and nagging doubt. Yet, he believes it’s worth the excitement. Yet, atheism isn’t a mind-game, it’s intellectual suicide.

We know that there are six bullets-points that aim right into the brain of humanity. 1. Creation. There cannot be a creation without a Creator. He deals with that by believing that there is no “creation.” 2. There is the God-given conscience. He believes that the conscience (“with” “knowledge”) is not God-given, it is purely social. 3. There’s the unchanging testimony of Holy Scripture, which must be fulfilled. He believes it is merely the word of man, and not the Word of God. 4. There’s the true and faithful testimony of the genuine Christian. He believes that all Christians are deceived, and he has the truth. 5. There is the witness of Jesus Christ--the True and Faithful witness, before whom every knee shall bow. The atheist believes Jesus was a liar, or that he didn’t exist. And the final bullet is the fact that the Spirit of Almighty God watches every thought and every deed, and will bring every work into Judgment, including every secret thing, whether it is good or evil.

What makes the stakes higher, is that the “gun” has a hair-trigger that can go off at any moment. Death can end the game in a heart-beat. So, be a sensible person, put the gun down. Be reasonable. Give up the battle. You are going to lose. Think about your eternity.