Daily Potion October 06, 2016

Foolhardy

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The name of the Lord is a fortified tower; the righteous run to it and are safe. Proverbs 18:10

We know that regardless of what is happening around us, we can feel safe and secure in God. We should also use our human wisdom to be co-workers with God, so that we will be led into safety.

If you’re living in North America, you know that there is a big storm about to hit some of the most southern states. Many warnings have gone out, notifying the people of the severity of the storm, however many people are refusing to heed the warning.

It is hard to understand why people would ignore the warnings, to flee the face of danger. They have been told, “You will be killed.” But yet they hang on. Perhaps someone reading this may be able to enlighten me.

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I am a Christian who believes in Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. I also believe that Jesus will soon return to this earth.

While I speak on Mental Health and Depression in regards to the Bible, I am not discouraging anyone from seeking the help of a professional for treatment. I am also not discouraging anyone from taking medication. Along with their treatment, I truly think the Bible and the Words within should not be discounted.

4 Comments

  1. Vicki

    perhaps its because they are prepared to shelter in place for a time, perhaps its because they do not want to be away from there home, perhaps its because they trust the storm will weaken before it hits them.. if I were inland from the shore, I would want to stay rather than be one of many on the highway looking for shelter. Just my thoughts.

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