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The Day The Earth Stood Still Thousands Of Years Ago

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December 14, 2008

The Day The Earth Stood Still Thousands Of Years Ago by Alberta Parish

Yesterday, my mother and I traveled to Warner Robins, Georgia just because we needed a change of scenery. We live in the heart of Agginville USA, and Agginville is sometimes a suffocating and strange place, which is why we were compelled to get away for at least one day.

While in Warner Robins, my mom and I had the pleasure of going to the movie theatre to see 'The Day The Earth Stood Still'. The one thing that movie made me realize is that humanity is really screwed.

Throughout The Day The Earth Stood Still, there were quite a few interesting points made about humanity being a destructive species and unwilling to change. The alien creature played by Keanu Reeves met another alien creature at a diner to discuss the fate of humanity. Not only did the movie suggest that humanity is a destructive species and worthy of extinction in order to save the planet from us, we saw scenes throughout the movie where humanity was actually showing its destructive nature to the fullest. Deadly rioting, looting, vandalism, and minor wars between individuals had broken out all over the world in anticipation of the alien visitors making war upon humanity and saving the planet from us. This was the alien visitors' ultimate intention: to save the earth from humanity. Jennifer Connelly's character had the daunting task of convincing this alien creature that humanity is capable of change, and to please give us a chance before destroying all of humanity.

Personally, as much as I'd like to believe that all of humanity is capable of change (all on his own), I'd be lying if I said otherwise. I think God is being very merciful to humanity right now. In fact, after God had destroyed both man and animals in the flood during Noah's time, He had made a covenant with Noah, his family, and all the animals that had been saved from the flood that destroyed everything else in the earth to never again destroy all flesh from the earth by the waters of a flood. As a token of that covenant, God had placed a rainbow in the sky just to remember His covenant that He had made with Noah, his family, and the animals that were upon the ark. In fact, this same ark was actually discovered in the country of modern-day Turkey, and Mount Ararat that the Bible says Noah's Ark had rested upon is in Turkey.

Sometimes, I see pockets of good in humanity but these pockets of good are easily outweighed by all the evil in the world. This is like Noah's days revisited. The reason why God had destroyed all flesh from the earth (saving Noah, his family, and many male/female animals) the first time around is because God had looked upon the hearts of men and saw evil continuously, and that they had every intention to continue to fill the earth with violence and corruption. Because God is all seeing and all knowing, He saw the evil intentions of men's hearts, and therefore, God had decided to destroy all flesh that He had made upon the face of the earth. It had even grieved God to His heart that He had made man, because man had corrupted the earth by way of violence. So what God did was He had cleansed the earth while destroying mankind and the animals, because the earth itself had been corrupted by all flesh that dwelled upon it. Even more so in 2008 is humanity destroying the planet. We've caused damage to the ozone layer. We've caused serious global warming, which is creating all kinds of natural disasters such as catastrophic tsunamis, earthquakes, deadly hurricanes, etc. A human being's blood is being spilled somewhere in the world every few seconds, thereby corrupting the earth. The Bible records that when Cain had killed his brother, Abel, his brother's blood cried unto God from the ground. Why? Because blood itself is a living thing. The Bible actually states, "...the voice of thy brother's blood crieth unto me from the ground." This was God speaking to Cain.

The day the earth first stood still had actually occurred thousands of years ago right after the end of the forty-day/forty-night catastrophic event that destroyed all flesh from the face of the earth during the days of Noah.

The earth itself will never be completely destroyed from the solar system. God is not going to allow that to happen. God will destroy mankind first before He allows us to destroy His planet. Just like the Planet Heaven is God's, the earth is also His planet. In other words, THE EARTH IS NOT OUR PLANET. We're just occupants here; that's it.


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