God Has the Last Word

Back in the 60s a radio station in British Columbia, Canada, was offering a discussion period where listeners were invited to phone in and give their views of the subject at hand. One day the question for discussion was “Is God Dead?”

Folks began calling to give their opinions, pro or con. Of course the lively discussion was replete with 60’s philosophical musings and callers were getting quite worked up about the issue. It had gone on for almost an hour when suddenly lightning struck the transmitter and the station was knocked off the air for the next twelve hours.

Now, was that just “happenstance” or did God get tired of the foolish debate and decide to put an end to it?

When they were finally back on the air again someone phoned in and all he said was, “Galatians 6:7″ Those who took the time to look it up found the familiar verse: “Be not deceived; God is not mocked.”

7 thoughts on “God Has the Last Word

    1. Thanks for your comment. NO, I don”t think so, either. At times God does take special action to point out his omnipotence.

      I read a story about a teen girl who was going somewhere by car with a bunch of friends. Her mother, a Christian and worried about that whole outing, said something about being sure God was with her.
      The girl remarked flippantly, “This car is so full, if God wants to come along the only place for him is in the trunk.”
      The mother’s concerns were justified. A few hours later they were in a tragic accident and all the passenger’s were killed. Curiously enough, someone had set a flat of eggs in the trunk for them to deliver somewhere. Not one egg was broken.
      The poor grieving mother saw this “irony” as the hand of God at work, proving that He is not mocked.

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