A Tornado That Killed Four People Didn’t Ruin a Bible Inside a Destroyed Church, So God Loves Us January 25, 2017

A Tornado That Killed Four People Didn’t Ruin a Bible Inside a Destroyed Church, So God Loves Us

We mentioned the other day that, just after a nasty tornado ripped through Hattiesburg, Mississippi, a statue of Jesus on the campus of William Carey University (a Christian college) remained intact. Of course some Christians saw that as a miracle… completely ignoring all the death and damage and destruction their God supposedly caused everywhere else.

We now have even more proof of how much God loves them: Inside the destroyed campus church was a Bible still in decent shape, opened up to a page saying, “God is our refuge and strength.”

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[Adjunct art instructor Rick] Wilemon said the Bible was a fixture in the chapel. And the condition it was found in has bolstered the spirits of the campus — and beyond.

“It is remarkable that something so inspiring to our community is also inspiring to the nation,” Wilemon said.

Somehow, a Bible that was hidden away from the wind remained on whatever page it had been opened to earlier. Shocking. The church itself was damaged, though, which makes you wonder what sort of “sign” God was sending them.

Like I said before, I wish their God cared about His own creations as much as he did these inanimate objects.

Four people have died in the state. But at least the Bible was open to a particular page.

What a weird-ass way of showing love.

(Thanks to Daniel for the link)


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