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“Atheism in the heart” Part 1/ Psalm 14:1

posted on Oct 2, 2013, in category : Devotional | Post a comment

“The fool has said in his heart, there is no God.” Psalm 14:1a

 Foolish people have foolish thoughts.

The great insight into the foolish mind is the non-existence of God.

They may possess a fine education and hold many degrees, but when it comes to spiritual truth they are bankrupt. “Claiming to be wise they became fools and they have exchanged the truth of God for a lie” (Romans 1).

The Great Lie of the ages, “There is no God.”

All who have ever held to this position find their conscience warring inside against their Maker.

If you want to see an unhappy person look at him.

They deny the basic fundamental reason for their existence and as a result they lose their heading. They have gone out of orbit and have become asteroidal-running the gambit of the world till they burn and fizzle out.

You dig them a bit about God and you’ll find all sorts of angers, resentments, hostilities. They will actually become prideful in their speculations about God and his non-being. But all the while, since they are not omniscient, the phrase “what if” beats consistently in the back ground. They are terrified at the prospect and rightly so.

 The fools heart speaks to him making false declarations of unholy things.

Reason has been denied and rationalism and been forfeited. His reason has led him to unreasonable conclusions and his rationalism has been rationed out.

This is the way in which the carnal/unregenerate mind functions. Human depravity affecting the heart. They also pat themselves on the back for “freeing” themselves from the chains of religion and traditionalism.

The atheist/agnostics “coming out” is really a “going into.”

He moves from one sphere to the next, a sphere that has already been established and articulated for centuries, but as it progresses it becomes to them the “real world.”

The attraction is actually a distraction to another matrix (mold, template, environment, atmosphere). They believe that they move out from the rock of superstition and into the realm of science and observation.

My questions:

If everything ends in death and you cease to be, why does anything ultimately matter?

Their drive to rightly assess the universe and the world, and their surroundings is all for what?

All for naught. This means that he who goes to the grave with the most scientific facts……ummmm dies.

He actually loses like everyone else. They may leave a ‘legacy’ but they will not be there to know of it or if their lives really amounted to much at all.

Ultimately it leads to fatalism, which is a very depressing outlook on life when one takes atheism to its end conclusion.

To be continued…part 2


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