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For those who think there is no God! 

For those who think there is no God! 


EDITOR: I am kindly urging all those who think that there is no God to consider the following. In recent times, the President of USA has been talking of peace and security for the whole world.

Ethiopia and Eritrea have also recently signed a treaty ending the 20-year-long enmity that existed between the two countries. The United Nations Secretary General spoke of that move as a symbol of hope for the whole world. The Bible, nearly 2,000 years ago, recorded in First Thessalonians chapter 5, verses 2 and 3, (1 Thessalonians 5:2, 3) the following: “For you yourselves know very well that Jehovah’s day is coming exactly as a thief in the night. Whenever it is that they are saying ‘Peace and security’, then sudden destruction is to be instantly on them, just like birth pains on a pregnant woman, and they will by no means escape.” (New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures) The King James Version uses an expression with similar meaning, it says, “peace and safety.” 

While no one knows exactly when this world system will come to an end, as Jesus said in Mark 13:32, resulting in the destruction of all wicked ones as Psalm 37:9, 10 indicate, there will come a time, when in some prominent way, the nations will cry out, “peace and security.” Then “sudden destruction” will follow. Therefore, all those who think that God is not real, should consider: Could the present talks of “peace and security” be leading up to the fulfillment of 1 Thessalonians 5:2, 3? 

How could the Bible mention nearly 2,000 years in advance that the nations will talk of “peace and security” if there is no God? Isn’t there a strong indication that there is a living God who exists and inspired the Bible-writers to foretell what is recorded at 1 Thessalonians 5:2, 3? Hence, I kindly urge those who think that there is no God to consider the matter and seriously investigate the idea of God being real and how to have a relationship with Him. 

The following link introduces you to a book entitled, “What Can the Bible Teach Us?” To begin, you may wish to consider chapters 1, 2, 3, and 11 of this book. Link:

Brianna Patterson