It does not matter what the tempature is

by Kiggy Kay
(In Gods Hands)

Another Perspective

Another Perspective

There is no such thing as global warming, but there is a such thing as pollution. And I believe that we should stop cutting down all the rain forest and and destroying what God created.

But there is no such thing as global warming, the Earth goes through cycles of being hot or cold, and if you believe in God then you know he is in control and it does not matter what the temperature is he is still in control. So God Bless.

Jeremiah 29:11
Romans 10:9
Psalms 103:12
Proverbs 17:17

Barry's Response - Let's look them up, shall we? According to, the NIV says:

Jeremiah 29:11 - For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Does this mean that mankind cannot alter plans that have already been set?

Romans 10:9 - That if you confess with your mouth, "Jesus is Lord," and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. Seems to say that an individual's fate is determined by a single event. Global warming or not.

Psalms 103:11 & 12 - For as high as the heavens are above the earth, so great is his love for those who fear him; as far as the east is from the west, so far has he removed our transgressions from us. Maybe there are things more important to us than global warming, anyway.

Proverbs 17:17 - A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity. Friends and family are more important than any physical environment.

Interpret these as you may...I threw in my two cents. Thanks, Kiggy.

What potential fates do fear mongers worry about when it comes to environmental pollution, anyway?

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Since they were written centuries ago, you can assume none of them had anything literally to do with climate change. They cover a lot of territory, so they're at least partly relevant.

- As a Bible verse, Jeremiah 29:11 says, I say this because I know the plans that I have for you.” This message is from the Lord. “I have good plans for you. I don’t plan to hurt you. I plan to give you hope and a good future. It's can be interpreted as a message of comfort from God, promising a brighter future for His people. It's mostly about God's plans and intentions for individuals, without specifically mentioning environmental issues. One could make the verse broader use it to find hope and reassurance that even in the face of challenges like climate change, God has a plan for the well-being of His creation.

- According to Romans 10:9, If you openly say, “Jesus is Lord” and believe in your heart that God raised him from death, you will be saved. It's part of a larger passage in the book of Romans about faith and salvation. It's mostly about faith, salvation, and confessing Jesus as Lord. Biblical passages emphasize stewardship of the Earth and caring for God's creation when considering environmental concerns which may include climate. The passages highlight humanity's responsibility to take care of the natural world and promote sustainability, conservation, and the planet's well-being.

- In Psalm 103:12, it says, And he has taken our sins as far away from us as the east is from the west. It's part of a psalm attributed to King David, expressing praise and gratitude to God for His mercy, forgiveness, and compassion and is all about God's forgiveness and removing our sins. This shows God's grace and willingness to forgive and restore. The broader message contained in this verse reminds us of God's care, love, and restoration can be applied to environmental concerns. As a result, we should seek forgiveness for harming the Earth and strive for a renewed relationship with it. There are other passages in the bible that emphasize stewardship, care for the Earth, and the interconnectedness of everything. Our responsibility to protect and preserve the environment is rooted in these passages.

- The Bible says in Proverbs 17:17, A friend loves you all the time, but a brother was born to help in times of trouble. This verse emphasizes the importance of loyalty, love, and support in relationships. It's mainly about friendship and supporting one another in hard times. If we consider the broader message of Proverbs and the principles found throughout the Bible, we can apply the concept of love, loyalty, and support to our collective responsibility to deal with environmental preservation by doing what we can to deal with significant challenges and impacts on communities and ecosystems. The message of Proverbs 17:17 can be applied to climate change as a call to work together, support one another, and care for our planet. It's important to support sustainable practices, conservation efforts, and responsible stewardship of the Earth as a friend stands by us in times of adversity.

Individuals and religious groups may interpret biblical verses differently, and different passages may have more direct implications for environmental stewardship. When discussing topics like this, it's important to keep biblical texts teachings and principles that guide us in caring for God's creation in context while considering other relevant passages and principles. We can overcome global warming by coming together, collaborating, and fostering a sense of unity.

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Respect for self, Respect for others, Responsibilty for all your actions
by: KOTO

Aloha Kiggy:

If you confess with your mouth and heart that you respect yourself and others, take responsibility for all your actions, leaving only hoof prints behind. Reach out for the environment and those that depend on it.

You then will save yourself on earth and, just in case there is another place, you will have earned your right to go there matter who you pray to.

We are all on this planet together. There can be many gods if open your mind and your heart. ust because you were raised one way does not mean it is the only way. Different parts of this beautiful earth have different things that they pray to. We all must be sufficiently open to understand, respect, adjust and follow what is above, by respect and personal responsibility.

Keep your door and heart open, understanding and not throwing stones. Love your neighbor and let them pray to whom they feel is their God.

May the powers above bless us all.

Below, I find hard to believe. I will be saved from what I do, not who I believe in. Walking the walk gets one to a better place, not just talking the talk. BOTH is the key.

Please see my blog and you will have a better idea

What you were raised to believe in is wonderful. Just be open to others and the way they also believe. In many cases the end result is quite close to yours.

Kiggy, have a wonderful now and Happy Holidays.
KOTO One of the keepers of the ocean

Romans 10:9 - That if you confess with your mouth, "Jesus is Lord," and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.

From Barry - Thank you for sharing such a heartfelt message. In your words, you show respect, responsibility, and interconnectedness with the Earth and the diverse beliefs people hold around the world. It's inspiring to see someone embrace such a broad perspective and encourage others to do the same.

Your emphasis on taking responsibility for our actions, leaving a positive impact, and helping the environment resonates with me. Protecting our planet for current and future generations depends on our collective efforts and individual choices. People from all walks of life can build bridges of understanding and unity by accepting and respecting diverse perspectives.

I'll recommend your blog, since I'm interested in your perspective on finding solutions to pollution. Sharing knowledge, ideas, and experiences helps us work towards a cleaner, more sustainable world.

Thank you for your positive and uplifting message. We can get to a better place if we act with an open heart and mind. We want to respect, protect, and embrace the diversity and beauty of humanity as we respect and protect the Earth.

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