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You don't believe in a God? Explain this.


   God made a promise to Abraham.  He said, "Get out of your 
   country, from your family and from your father's house, to a 
   land that I will show you.  I will make you a great nation; I 
   will bless you and make your name great;  And you shall be a 
   blessing: I will bless those who bless you, and I will curse 
   him who curses you; and in you all the families of the earth 
   shall be blessed." (the later, a prophesy of the coming of 
   Jesus). Genesis 12:1-3.  After God led the children of Israel 
   out of the land of Egypt he said to them, "For the Lord your 
   God will bless you just as he promised you; you shall lend to 
   many nations, but you shall not borrow; you shall  reign over 
   many nations, but they shall not reign over you." Deut 15:6. 

   You tell me you don't believe in a God?  I would like the 
   atheist or agnostic to explain the phenomenon of the Jew to me.  
   We all know the wealth, power and influence of the Jew in the 
   world today.  We know how the Jews just mysteriously rise up 
   to the top in wealth, power and influence in nations around the 
   world.  It is not a new phenomenon.  It has been happening for 
   ages.  We can go all the way back to the story of Joseph and 
   how he rose to the top in the land of Egypt.  It is an 
   interesting story.  Read it.  Genesis 37-47.  Then there is the 
   story of Moses.  Another very interesting story.  A Jew raised 
   as the son of a Pharaoh.  There is the story of Daniel.  And 
   the story of Easter and Mordecai.  These stories are from way 
   back then.  The story just keeps repeating.  Different 
   countries, different times, same story.  It is all just luck.  
   Right? The Jews are just a very lucky people.  In fact, they 
   are a chosen people.  Chosen by God.  The promise, "you shall 
   lend to many nations, but you shall not borrow."  A very 
   interesting promise.  Think it over.  Has God kept his promise 
   to Abraham?

   It sounds like the Jews are getting some mysterious help from 
   somewhere.  Doesn't it?

   The Jews and their story stand as testimony to the Most High 
   God.  He is up there.  No doubt about it.

   There is a God, my atheist friend.  You just don't believe in 
   him because you don't wish to believe in him.  That is a 
   terrible mistake.  A really fatal mistake. 

   Dec 2008

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