Have you heard what Pat Robertson the so-called God fill minister just said against helpless people in the past devastating tornado storms that demolished and killed many people in the Southeast and Midwest. He said, "the tornados that devastated the mid-west could have been prevented if enough people had prayed".God does not send tornadoes "to kill people" and that those affected by the deadly string of twisters in the Midwest and Southeast only had themselves to blame for living in tornado-prone areas."God didn't send tornadoes.""God doesn't send tornadoes to hurt people," the Christian Broadcasting Network founder said Monday. "He doesn't send – what you call 'acts of God' – but they're not. So, all I can say is – why do you build houses in places where tornadoes are apt to happen?"
Do this lunatic sound like something God would say against his people. This guy is saying that everyone in the United States should not have build in areas where there lightly will be storms.
Excuse me Satan, but storms are all over the country. So, should we evacuate the United States? Is he telling us that New Orelean should not have been built because, he only, foresaw the coming of Katrina.
Is Pat Robertson telling us God didn't know what he was doing when he sent Israel out from Egypt into the wilderness knowing their was no food there. Is he saying the people should have never went knowing they would run out of food. What's up with this guy.
"Acts of God" does not relate to storms killing people because those affected had sins worse than any one else in the country. No! Its just nature out of balance. Out of control brought on by atmospheric conditions. But since the storms are created by God it is called "acts of God" just like you being obedience and showing acts of God by trying to "love every body", "give to help the poor", take care of the sick", "the widows", "those in prison" and "reaching out to the lost". Yes, these are all also acts of God.
But for Pat Robertson to say God doesn't send storms to hurt people is very silly and against Bible Teaching. Want God be the one sending storms, diseases, hunger, famines and death along with the very dangerous "Woes" of Revelation that is intended to kill millions and millions of people in the last days?
Matthew 24:6, "And ye shall hear of wars and rumors of wars: see that ye be not troubled; for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet.
Matthew 24;7 read that, "nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places.
Matthew 24:8, "All these are the beginning of sorrows".
With every storm man should see God as the supreme God that must must be feared. Dangerous storms are the only time man and woman is helpless and reduced to the stone age. Storms happen all over and is here for a reason for all of us. Rather than thinking that God sent a storm to a particular place, just see them as warning to the nations of the earth that we are not as tuff as we think we are. All power is still in God's hand and we should bow down and humble ourselves before him.
Will people be killed because of storms? Yes and no! If you happen to be in the path of which it originated and travels you will be harmed unless you flee to a safe place. If you are caugth in the storm you pay the price. You are not signaled out. That's just the way it is. Mathew 24;8 read that storms do indeed bring sorrows. So death and destruction is foretold.
The prayer that pat Robertson speak of only sit well with the rich, like himself. His prayer is his money. He sit with his chest pump out like a roster sitting in his own glory of the 700 club looking down on the weak making hurtful remarks towards those that's lost ever things. If he represent his god then I don't want nothing to do with his god..
No one can pray a storm away. No, not even Pat Robertson. If he had the power of prayer so much then why didn't he and his 700 club see the tornados coming and pray to stop them? Why don't he pray for peace in Syria or Afghanistan. Better than that, why doesn't he pray for his people and especially for himself. He certainly need it.
Think about it!
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