Is it Really Climate Change or…God? :: by Gene Lawley

First, it was called “Global Warming,” but when those horrendous snow and ice storms began to recur the past few winters, the guidelines for deception demanded a new name had to be found. It seems to be a lot easier, apparently, to “sell” the theory of a looming crisis of undefined content to a gullible public when its exact nature is not clearly seen.

Are we going to burn up or freeze to death, or choke on clouds of putrid air? There are air pollution dangers, and we have seen that heavy brown haze that hovers over certain cities. But is the greatest danger the world now faces a so-called “Climate Change” issue? What about those folks who intend to cut our heads off unless we submit to their brand of theology?

It was in the midst of the struggle to make some kind of agreement work to keep Iran from developing a nuclear weapon that could be used to, first, wipe Israel off the map, then, to do the same thing to America when President Obama declared that climate change was the greatest enemy the world has. The United Nations picked up the mantra, and along came the Pope to embrace the claim, lock, stock and barrel.

As I have followed this thread from its development into a full-blown theory after the Cold War ended, there seems to be underlying purposes and agendas that fuel the intense conclusion that we could be in climate change’s final countdown. For instance, what better justification could one have for fighting a worldwide problem that does not arise as a nation against nation issue than the need for a “New World Order” and a one world government?

As I understand it, in the high inner circles of the world’s elite there has been great concern for what avenue could be pursued to continue the flow of revenues into their vaults as the Cold War closed and weaponry sales, and other financial benefits were to end.

Out of that crisis came the idea of developing a theory of coming destruction by “global warming,” even though in the 1970s the published anticipation was of a terribly cold decade hovering over the entire earth at that time. Not every scientist is on board with the swarm of lemmings that lap up every utterance those regressive global planners offer.

So the president, the Pope, the United Nations—all are backed by the liberal media, and it is now the most fearful and dreadful thing that faces the world.

That mind-set, which I have named the “Tower of Babel Syndrome,” continues its ancient drive to control the world and leave God out of the picture entirely. It is a satanic-driven purpose that has existed from the beginning of mankind, as it touches us, and even before time began, as it relates to the spiritual warfare between God and Satan.

Have you noted the various fraudulent claims and arrangements to keep the issue alive, yet allow ways around its claimed effects. Carbon credits is a major one, where those credits can be purchased and thus a freedom to eject carbons into the air is permitted. Its details are complicated, of course. Then there is the push to cease the use of fossil-sourced fuels, which supports the “Regressives” in their drive to end America’s energy viability and reduce the nation to a third world status. At least, that is my opinion.

But God…

That Tower of Babel Syndrome manner of thinking has found alternative theories which deny the existence of God or His relativity. Evolutionism is at the heart of it, and anyone who dares to mention creation or intelligent design in regard to how things came to be is marked as mentally deficient and worthless to society.

The wisdom of Solomon is expressed most emphatically in this foundational statement on finding wisdom:

“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and the knowledge of the Holy One is understanding” (Proverbs 9:10).

The Tower of Babel Syndrome says, “Anything but God,” and then God shows up! There is an appointed time in God’s timetable that includes the turbulent geophysical conditions the world is experiencing now. Jesus laid out the picture in Luke 21:10-11 and 25-28:

“Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. And there will be great earthquakes in various places, and famines and pestilences; and there will be fearful sights and great signs from heaven.

And there will be signs in the sun, in the moon, and in the stars; and on the earth distress of nations, with perplexity, the sea and the waves roaring;men’s hearts failing them from fear and the expectation of those things which are coming on the earth, for the powers of the heavens will be shaken.

Then they will see the Son of Man coming in a cloud with power and great glory. Now when these things begin to happen, look up and lift up your heads, because your redemption draws near.”

Caused by mankind, they say—multiple earthquakes everywhere, erupting volcanoes, heavy thunderstorms with major flooding, hurricanes, devastating snowstorms, long-term droughts. No common sense look at the situation while recognizing that the Creator is still sovereign over His universe. And according to Bible prophecy, He has an appointed time. That is what Jesus was addressing in the above passage from Luke.

The daily news outlets are filled with multiple signs of fulfillments of those things of which Jesus spoke. Political, spiritual, social and geophysical arenas are showing the signs of excessive abuse and major devastation. The evidence is clear that man cannot control his own existence but is bent on self-destruction. God spoke of a cup of wrath for those who do not admit God into their considerations:

“For in the hand of the Lord there is a cup, and the wine is red; it is fully mixed, and He pours it out; surely its dregs shall all the wicked of the earthdrain and drink down” (Psalm 75:8).

Is God too harsh, not a loving God? No, for He says in 2 Peter 3:9 that He is “not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance.” Sinfulness of mankind and righteousness of God cannot abide together. But He has made a way by the offering of Jesus Christ on the cross to pay the cost of our sins.

Accepting that offering is the way of salvation. Knowing the sovereign God of all creation lifts off that dark cloud of uncertain climate change and other fearful projections promoted by those who do not know Him.