Thursday, November 5, 2009

God's wrath involved in infernos in Oklahoma and Texas? Not. Just cause and effect.

God's wrath involved in infernos in Oklahoma and Texas? Not. Just cause and effect.

The damage is pretty severe.
Homes that caught fire were completely lost.Had no chance. Paul Norwood watches helplessly as his neighbor's home is destroyed by wildfires in eastern Oklahoma County, Thursday, April 9, 2009. These homes are in Oakwood East Addition, near SE 15 and Westminster. Photo by Jim Beckel, The Oklahoman

Many are homeless today in Oklahoma. Many who thought that it could not happen to them.

Not God's wrath. Just cause and effect.

Driven from their homes by a fire that consumed everything dear to them.

As many did when they voted to allow Rep. Randy Terrells bill 1804 ...

...become law ,driving many Hispanics from the homes they had established for years in Oklahoma .

I still see vacant homes abandoned and still sitting empty. There is no one to rent them.

Now there will be...irony. These legal citizens renting the prior homes of the"illegals"!

Cause and effect.
NewsOK :'The worst disaster in Midwest City history'(Video)

NewsOk Photos

Satellite Image april 9th

"I desire mercy, not sacrifice. I did not come to call the righteous but sinners. .... Like the father who waits for his prodigal son to come home, ..."

...the Gospels present to us a true and proper paradox: those who seem to be the farthest from holiness can even become a model of the acceptance of God's mercy and offer a glimpse of its marvelous effects in their own lives.

How much more must you suffer before you realize your sin and correct it?
Homeless? How many are homeless directly or indirectly as a result of imposed poverty? Due to hardness of heart and malfeasance.

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