The God of Nothing

I read the atheist’s posts. I try to understand their motives, their “push” to get their views across. What is it that they have in common? It is the god of nothing. They worship nothing. Their theology is nothing. Their rituals are nothing. Their standards are nothing. Their temple is nothing. Their sacrifices are nothing. Their commandments are nothing and are based on nothing. Their scriptures are nothing. Their priests are nothing. They believe in the last judgment of nothing. After they die, they go to their nothing. They are positive of nothing. They evangelize diligently for their religion of nothing. They write for nothing. Their sin is nothing, yet they accuse of everything. Their guilt is nothing. Their punishment is nothing. Their god has nothing, does nothing, thinks nothing, is nothing. Yet, they all preach nothing. Their nothing permeates everything. Their worldview is based on nothing. Their logic is based on nothing. Their science is orderly on nothing. Their purpose in life is nothing. They will leave nothing. They came from nothing. They go to nothing. Everything is nothing. Their nothing is so important that they do everything they can to promote nothing.

They mock others who have something to try to get others to believe in nothing. They have a fellowship of nothing. The rules of their fellowship on based on nothing. When they’re thankful, they thankful to nothing. When they’re blessed, they are blessed by nothing. They get their comfort in sorrow from nothing. They pray to nothing. They vent their frustrations to nothing. They blame everything on nothing. They teach nothing. Their mental and emotional wholeness is based on nothing. Their social needs are on nothing. Their environmental harmony is on nothing. The great benefits in life are based on nothing.

Jesus is something. He is a person. He has a standard. He has good judgment. He is my God. They can have their god of nothing. I worship Jesus Christ. I say with Thomas, “Thomas answered him, “My Lord and my God!” (John 20:28).

The one who believes in the Son has eternal life, but the one who refuses to believe in the Son will not see life; instead, the wrath of God remains on him. (John 3:36)

“Worthy is the Lamb who was slain to receive power and riches and wisdom, and strength and honor and glory and blessing!” (Revelation 5:12)

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