Thoughts from Revelation 16 (If we reject God, don’t make him the scapegoat)

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When we go our own way and reject God’s plan, that’s our choice. But we shouldn’t be surprised when we reap what we have sown.

Yet even as we reap, we blame God for our predicament, even though we have rejected him. And still refuse to turn to him.

You often hear people complaining about something and blaming God, when they’ve made it clear they want nothing to do with him in the first place.

You can’t reject God and then use him as a scapegoat for everything that goes wrong in your life.

Rev Stewart Bloor

About Stewart Bloor

Fish a lot. Christian. Work in the world of professional football media. British nature. Passionate about much, obsessed about nothing.

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