Acts of God

Acts of God as natural disasters appear to awaken the larger conscious of men and nations. In one brief moment all changes that ordered our daily lives. The closer to the center of the act forces and demands the greatest response and reflections. What is life worth and our selves in it in all the event?

About mjmselim

Male, 65, born in Jamaica, USA since 1961, citizen in 2002; cobbler for 40 plus years, Christian since 1969; married to same wife since 1979; 6 daughters and 2 sons, with 7 grandkids. Slowly adapting to the digital world of computers and internet; hobby in digital editing.
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One Response to Acts of God

  1. MJM says:

    Acts of God as natural disasters appear to awaken the larger conscious of men and nations. In one brief moment all changes that ordered our daily lives. The closer to the center of the act forces and demands the greatest response and reflections. What is life worth and our selves in it in all the event? mjm, 2005.

    Acts of God evoke in us as creatures, frail and transient, helpless against the force and power of nature as it happens in our space and time, cries of injustice or perplexity. Providence directs us to God as Creator as the responsible Cause of the great effect and event. But often what is shaded from our eyes and mind are the causes in nature and the world that produces such disasters and moments. He has power to intervene and yet we often see no intervention , but at times severe compound aggravation and multiple expansion of judgment. We are at wits end to justify God Who is ever just and right in all His ways and words. He could have made, ordered, and designed it otherwise but He wills and allows it to be so. We are thus forced to look up and around then within to find Him and so find why. mjm, 2011.

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