Non-believers Call on God

Non-believers Call on God

Non-believers Call on God
1 in 4 Atheists

Of all British atheists and agnostics, a quarter admit they pray for comfort or to feel less lonely…

Non-believers call on God when faced with a crisis – despite insisting they’re not religious
One in four atheists or agnostics resort to prayer when personal crisis strikes
But less than half of all people who do pray think that God hears their call
This is according to a poll by ComRes for Christian aid charity Tearfund

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Too bad – so sad – too late –

  • God will laugh at your call for help
  • God will mock your words back at you when you pray

But since you rejected me when I called and no one gave heed when I stretched out my hand, since you ignored all my advice and would not accept my rebuke, I in turn will laugh at your disaster;

I will mock when calamity overtakes you- when calamity overtakes you like a storm, when disaster sweeps over you like a whirlwind, when distress and trouble overwhelm you.

“Then they will call to me but I will not answer; they will look for me but will not find me.

Since they hated knowledge and did not choose to fear the Lord , since they would not accept my advice and spurned my rebuke, they will eat the fruit of their ways and be filled with the fruit of their schemes. (Proverbs 1:24-31)

Desire that God would answer your prayers – then – today – right now – start responding in submission to His rebukes.

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Monday, January 15, 2018
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Article Reference

(dailymail.co.uk)—A new survey has revealed that one in four non-believers pray when confronted by tough times – despite insisting they are not religious.

For atheists and agnostics, personal crisis or tragedy is the most common reason for them to resort to prayer, with a quarter admitting they pray for comfort or to feel less lonely.

Church attendance in the Great Britain dropped from 6.5 million to just over 3 million between 1980 and 2015, according to the website Faith Survey.