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Extreme Weather—Can The Bible Help You To Cope?

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goodlife | 10:24 Wed 23rd Feb 2022 | Religion & Spirituality
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Proverbs 22:3 Says The shrewd one sees the danger and conceals himself, But the inexperienced keep right on going and suffer the consequences.

kjv says A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on, and are punished.

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The Bible wont help but a coat, scarf and hat will.
I suppose if you had a stack of them you could construct some sort of dam?
If you've only got one, you could you it to plug the hole in your roof if a tile blows off.
alleluia!
I believe so:
It worked for Noah ....
Weather ? I thought this was about Putin.
//Proverbs 22:3 Says The shrewd one sees the danger and conceals himself, But the inexperienced keep right on going and suffer the consequences//

Am I the only one who fails to connect this verse to Extreme weather?
Would anyone a few thousand years ago connect this verse to weather?
What has the weather got to do with anything anyway?
What the hell are you on about?
Im seriously perplexed.

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mental!

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"Goodlife is seriously disturbed" How do you know that? Weren't you a born again christian at one time? What's the difference.
//The shrewd one sees the danger and conceals himself, But the inexperienced keep right on going and suffer the consequences.//

Nope, tried again and again cant see anything to do with weather.
Just see some self righteous rubbish from nomadic cow herds!
//"Goodlife is seriously disturbed" How do you know that? Weren't you a born again christian at one time? What's the difference//

Some of us chose to think for ourselves.

Yes, but weren't you a religious person in a past life?
You may suggest that we don't respond, that's our choice.

My suggestion is to be civil if you do reply.

//Yes, but weren't you a religious person in a past life?//
Yes, and?
Well,maybe stop preaching to people. I knew a few born agains (at work) and they were the biggest reprobates ever. Live and live.
One thing I wont do is to take shelter from extreme weather in a Kingdom Hall. Well I will if Goodlife promises to endure with me some extreme weather event in my church
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Like all the way through the Bible, people have it, but dont't understand It. What the Bible says: “I will give you insight and instruct you in the way you should go.”—Psalm 32:8.

Why it you can't be hopeful about the future?
The Bible says that God will bring “an end to wars throughout the earth.” (Psalm 46:9) “A Real Hope for a Better Tomorrow” It is time now to learn more about the future that God promises.
\\ The Bible says that God will bring “an end to wars throughout the earth.” //
goodlife, your God has had thousands of years to stop wars, why has he not done so? why are all the quotations from your bible always sometime in the future and never actually happen?
I got thrown out of Waterstones the other day for moving all the Bibles into the fiction section.
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Because you have to look at it from God 's timetable not man's. The Bible says 1000 years is as one day, so in God's eyes is relatively short. But the Bible was not written for nothing it was written for people who want God's rule and tells us what to do, is to love him and show that we love him. That's not too much to ask, is it? ( 2 Peter 3:8-9 )

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