Tragedy of the Oil Spill

Posted by Al Hathaway Friday, June 4, 2010

The oil spill in the Gulf caused by the explosion of the pipe line and the exploitation by BP of earth's natural resources has thrown our ecological system into a tailspin from which it will be very difficult for man to ever recovery. The early signs are the wildlife soaked with oil unable to fly or feed. Vegetation soaked with oil slowly dying from lack of air or sun. Fish and sea life choking from the crude oil that is sapping their energy. Life in the Gulf will forever by changed. BP can never repay the damage that has been caused to our planet and to our way of life. This event is of apocalyptic proportions. Doesn't man remember the scripture that says, "the earth is the Lord's and all they that dwell therein." Just like the kingdoms of the world that have come and gone; just like the dinosaurs and other life that use to roam or planet and is now extinct; man cannot continue to destroy our planet and expect the reward to be our continued enjoyment of its resources. I pray we have not reached the point when God says, "I'll start over with new life."

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