Atheist Holiday

  Did you ever say, "I wish I had thought of that?" Well, here is something I read and I wish I had thought of it. Atheists were complaining about religious people having so many holidays and that they did not have one. Someone corrected him about that.

  Atheists have April first; April Fool's Day. Isn't that how God has described and defined an atheist? Psalm 14: 1, "The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God." If God so identifies an atheist in this way, who are we to disagree with God?

  Certainly the day was probably not intended to be a recognition of  atheists, but it sure fits their condition. With all the irrefutable evidence of the existence of God, a person must deliberately close his eyes, ears and mind to the truth if he concludes there is no God. The Bible reveals to us the true and living God and we would hope atheists would use more intelligence and honesty in their thinking than to persist in their ridiculous position. (But if there is no God, why be honest?)