For Those Who Question God’s Decision…

04 May

…to end the world with the Flood, here are a couple of links to show you how evil man can be:

Horrific stories of the ongoing genocide being carried out by the Islamic State terror group against Christians and other religious minorities were shared at a conference in New York last week, with one account revealing that a couple was sent the body parts of their dead daughters, along with a video of them being raped and tortured.

The Islamic State terrorist organization is employing yet another cruel and sick way to punish women who chose not to adhere to the militant group’s strict dress code by locking them in cages with skeletons.


Last Friday, the militant group locked at least two women inside cages with skulls as punishment for not following the Shariah dress code in the jihadists’ Syrian stronghold of Raqqa, The Independent reports.

Now this is just one small group of people, and we can add in those countries with ruthless dictators as well and ask you to extrapolate this small example to the whole world save for 8 people.Then add in God’s description of the character and nature of those multitudes:

Then the Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great on the earth, and that every intent of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually (Gen. 6)

We put in bold the key words here. Then as you think on this hopefully you will realize that God was not a genocidal manic who lusted to kill people for the sake of killing them but see that God’s decision was the only that could be made..We do not think that the atheist and other unbeliever just does not fully grasp and understand the seriousness of the pre-flood civilization situation.

God does not seek to kill and destroy- Man pushes God’s patience and forces his hand.

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