As It Was in The Days of Noah, So Shall Be… :: By Jim Towers

“As it was in the days of Noah, so shall be at the coming of the Son of man.”

“The Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every intention of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.”

“Now the earth was corrupt in God’s sight, and the earth was filled with violence. And God saw the earth, and behold, it was corrupt, for all flesh had corrupted their way on the earth.”

Every day now, an unexpected phenomenon rages across the face of the earth – torrential rain – that floods even deserts. You would think that the clouds would be empty by now. Not so. Precipitation is based on the evaporation cycle, you say. Maybe global warming has something to do with all the flooding in various places all at once. Maybe – just maybe, we are aware only because of the internet bringing these events right into our living rooms – as it were. But I and a few others believe it has more to do with the state of the nations and their propensity to defy God’s mandates to anger Him like they did in the times of Noah. But this is just a warning.

And if you think that is bad, how about hail weighing over a hundred pounds each? How about the whole earth trembling beneath our feet with mountains collapsing everywhere? The seas roaring with enormous waves. Will you be able to stand? Unless your life is built on a firm foundation of Bible-garnered truth and faith – it will crumble.

The God we know as a benevolent and loving God has endured and seen enough. Now, He is warning of a time for retribution. Still, He is ( He, not She) is even having to send non-seminary trained people (laymen) to combat the rising worldwide forces of evil.

Joe Rogan and Aaron Rodgers engaged in a discussion on the need for Jesus to return to Earth, highlighting the lack of guidance in secular society and the impact of ego-centric thinking.

“It’s a f—– up world we live in,” Rogan said. “We need Jesus, I think, for real. Like, if he came back now, it’d be great. Like, Jesus. If you’re thinking about coming back right now, now’s a good time. Pretty soon, yeah, now’s a good time. We’re kind of f—–.”

Joe said a mouthful; it’s no accident that he and other prominent people are talking about this subject openly. There was a time when such discussion was confined to the church and only handled by religiously trained people. Seminaries were cranking these people out by the dozens. People with book learning were leaning on their own understanding to either do God’s work or figuring ways to make money doing so. Preaching has become a way of acquiring a 401k and a nice bank account for many. If the shoe fits – put it on, baby.

I never knew of Joe Rogan or even Dr. Jordan Peterson until recently. That is when they began to make comments and assessments like those above.

Not wanting to appear hypocritical, they are afraid to come right out and join the Christian church for fear of reprisal – but who can blame them – since the apathetic church has done nothing to stem the tide of corruption and instead joins right in with the morays of the times. Sexual deviancy, the love of money, and hypocrisy on a grand scale rule the day. Is it any wonder Jesus said, “When I return, will there be any faith left?” Thus, they are stuck between a rock and a hard place, not wanting to identify with such people, some of which are nothing more than motivational speakers. Therefore, Doctor Peterson, being a psychologist, has of necessity to speak in nuanced terms to get his point across.

I look forward to his next series of lectures dealing with Christianity, as he doesn’t take such matters lightly (since he knows how the human mind works) and that we can justify our every inconsistency. That is why he gages every word he speaks and is justified in doing so – since his reputation is at stake. All the while, many Christians glibly speak of a Christianity full of false promises, contradictions, and even teach it from the pulpits of America. Thus, this discrete man uses the word Logos for the name of Jesus – and he’s right! Another such person said recently that there was only one True Christian – and that was Jesus Christ Himself.

Do you get the picture? Both men see the hypocrisy of the Christian church and try to avoid the ramifications of identifying with supposed dogma. Lukewarm Christians will tell you that they are right and everyone else is wrong – without backing up their assumptions with the concrete Word of God. Thus, they fall prey to doctrinal error. On this, I could point out many fallacies in their way of thinking. The Bible says, “Study to show yourself approved, rightly disseminating the Word of God.” And not to lean to your own understanding.

Justin B. Peterson, Joe Rogan, Tucker Carlson, and even Donald Trump speak truth to power. Even verbose and narcissistic “The Donald” exalts Jesus Christ in his speeches now, as he sees the world spinning out of control at the hands of the woke and communist global leaders – and he was right about the state of the nation during his presidency as well – calling every shot on target. You might want to see what he has said (of late) about how we must rely on Jesus Christ to survive! These are men known for their integrity and forthrightness. Jordan B. Peterson knows how incapable we are of keeping God’s laws and commandments and lets us know right in our deceitful faces while trying to right the social ills that plague our nation. We are indeed a fallen people in need of a savior.

Someone must tell these men and others that there is none righteous – no, not one. For all have strayed and come short of the glory of God. But God has laid upon Christ the iniquity of us all. Jesus said, “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life, and no man comes to the Father but by me.”

On another more immediate front,

I can’t believe Almighty God would give me a mandate to lead others to faith in Christ Jesus and look forward to this crusade. He’s had me on the battlefield over the years to make me strong in the face of adversity. I am well equipped to hold my own just by knowing scripture the way I do.

My Bibles have arrived, and I look forward to the encounters I’m sure to have during spring break on the beach. I thoroughly enjoy talking to young people. (Old people have already made up their minds on what they believe and why – all too often – by leaning on their own understanding.)


Jim Towers

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