#4) Every atheist can be sure that God will see Him through.
There are so many preachers today that are preaching health, wealth, and prosperity. They want you to think that God wants you to be happy. They want you to think that God is fair. They tell you that you deserve to be loved by God. All are bold-faced lies!
We were put on this earth to love God. God is not fair; God is just. Fairness implies that we deserve something, and God is in the wrong when we don't get our way. And God does not want you to be happy; He wants you to have the everlasting joy that comes from know His Son, Jesus Christ.
These false-preachers also would have you take the word sin out of your vocabulary. They say that there is nothing more depressing than to preach on sin. But, friends, I tell you that sin is real, and worth preaching on. Sin ought to be preached in our churches every time the door is open. Sin ought to be mentioned in every one of our prayers. And sin will be constantly mentioned on this blog because the Bible mentions it way too much for us to say that it doesn't matter. This nation is in crisis, and the root of this crisis is sin!
Let me tell you, when you come to know Jesus, the devil will not stop bombarding you with temptation. In fact, it will get worse. After you come into a saving relationship with Jesus Christ, you are going to have struggles with sin like you would not believe. However, God wants you to know that He will protect you and see you through every time.
1 Corinthians 10:13 says, "No temptation has overtaken you except such as is common to man; but God is faithful, who will not allow you to be tempted beyond what you are able, but with the temptation will also make the way of escape, that you may be able to bear it." The Bible says temptation is coming, but God will always be faithful to show you the way out. However, you must always be faithful to run for the door that He shows you. Don't tell me God didn't see you through if you didn't run when He said run. The Bible says that we are to flee evil. If you want God to help you, pray as you running out the door; don't stay where temptation is.
Not only will God see you through when it come to temptation, but He will see you through when it comes to your emotional and physical needs as well. Hebrews 13:5 says, "...I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee." You can be sure that He will be there in the midst of every storm.
You are to know that He is God, and that He will see You through. When you are so close to the wall that you don't know what color it is, He may not always bring you out immediately; but He will always walk with you through your troubles. If He sees each sparrow that falls, how much more clearly does He see your needs and provide for them?