Rick Perry’s proclamation

Rick Perry issues Proclamation.

On Friday April 21, 2011 to Sunday April 24,2011 the three days of prayer was meant to spur God into having it rain over Texas. The prayers failed to work even though the Bible says the should have worked.

The Bible strongly claims that prayer woks. In John 15:7 states: “ If you remain in me and my words remain in you, then you will ask for anything you wish, and you shall have it.” Either there are No Christians in Texas or the Bible claims are false. An even bolder claim can be found in Matthew 21 19-22 ”He saw a fig tree by the side of the road and went to it, but found nothing on it except leaves. So he said to the tree, “You will never again bear fruit!” At once the fig tree dried up. The disciples saw this and were astounded. “How did the fig tree dry up so quickly?” asked. Jesus answered, “I assure you that if you believe and do not doubt, you will be able to do what I have done to this fig tree. And not only this, but you will even be able to say to this hill, ‘Get up and throw yourself in the sea,’ and it will. If you believe, you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer” The Texans and Rick Perry must not be believers of the Bible makes false claims.

More claims are made in John 14: 12-14 “ I am telling you the truth: those who believe in me will do what I do—yes, they will do even greater things, because I am going to the Father. And I will do whatever you ask for in my name, so that the Father’s glory will be shown through the Son. If you ask me for anything in my name, I will do it. “ Believers in Texas must not exist or it would have rained as promised in the Bible, or are the claims in the Bible false?

Christians should be made aware of what the Bible says with all of its empty promises has an abundance of. How can a Christian believe in eternal life when the promises of the Bible in the here and now are proven to be false? That goes against all reason. Thomas Paine’s approach to revealed religions in his book “The Age of Reason” works for me. How about you?


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