Kirk Cameron: God Murders People With Hurricanes So We Respond With Humility And Repentance [VIDEO]

“One thing we know about hurricanes — and all weather — is that this is not Mother Nature in a bad mood. This is a spectacular display of God’s immense power. And when He puts His power on display, it’s never without reason. There’s a purpose. And we may not always understand what that purpose is, but we know it’s not random. And we know that weather is sent to cause us to respond to God in humility, awe, and repentance.” – Kirk Cameron, speaking from the Orlando airport where people are fleeing God’s lovingly murderous wrath.

(Via The Friendly Atheist)

  • Fifth-and-a-Half Element
  • vorpal 😼

    It’s nice to know that it only takes a few dozen dead people to keep Kirk Cameron humble.

    You’d think the “box office sales” of his movie, Saving Christmas, would be sufficient, but you’d be wrong.

  • skyweaver

    Your god’s a bit of a douche, Kirk

  • Jonathan Smith
  • Buford

    Seems pretty clear that He’s sending His wrath to teach punish people who elect Republican governors.

  • BearEyes

    Talk to me in the spring when that manure will do some good in the garden.

  • Joseph Miceli

    The truth: Kirk Cameron is just fucking stupid. No wonder he’s religious.

    • GayOldLady

      He’s a more genteel version of ChaChi.

      • Joseph Miceli

        OMG, that is the meanest thing I’ve ever seen on this site. You just called Kirk Cameron “Chachi lite.” I’m still laughing!

        • GayOldLady

          You know I’m nothing but a vicious bitch.

          • Joseph Miceli

            Sit next to me…

          • GayOldLady


          • Gregory B

            We’re gonna need a bigger table!

          • David Walker

            It’s one of the reasons we love you.

          • GayOldLady


        • Librarykid

          The meanest thing is his thought that God murders people. What a vicious depraved heart he has, but then we knew that.

          Kirk, what about where we are told to take care of the earth which we have not done? No retribution for that?

          • prixator

            The bible tells him so.

        • Gerry Fisher

          You need to trademark “Chachi Lite.” That’s a winning label!

      • Rambie

        Epic level of shade thrown there GOL. I love it.

      • Librarykid

        And both of them such rip-roaring successes.

    • Thorn Spike

      It’s the only sensible response to a disastrous career.

    • Gerry Fisher

      With a particularly low EQ.

    • Nowhereman

      Which comes first? The religion, or the stupidity?

      • Joseph Miceli


  • Rex

    Sounds like Kirk is in a Dom/Sub relationship with God.

  • shellback

    Being the totally righteous man you are, why are you fleeing? Have you no faith in your god to protect you?

  • olandp

    Hey Kirk, your God is a real dick.

    • Jonathan Smith

      but Kurt wouldn’t suck it, because that would be wrong……..

      • -M-

        That’s not what the gossip pages said.

    • Todd20036

      Actually, the god I worship is mostly a dick too.
      And Priapus LIKES it that way….

  • Tulle Christensen

    Who is this guy?

  • GayOldLady

    What? More nonsense from the guy who’s spent his adult life trying to profit from the Rapture bullshit.

    • Librarykid

      What’s he trying to do, sell Rapture tickets? God Damn religious grifter

  • Larry in Oklahoma

    Kirk is so twisted and wrong in his assertions that this is all God’s will. So if a little baby is drowned, THAT is God’s will? What sin did the baby commit to deserve to die? Maybe KIRK can see it’s a good thing (echoes of dear Martha Stewart) but any death or destruction is never something that people deserve. There’s no lesson to be learned from this; there’s nothing that people are gonna say “Oh, I deserved this, God knows what’s best for me.”
    Kirk is like washed up has-been Scott Baio, whose careers are nonexistent these days. I suppose THAT was God’s will too. Then, enjoy what YOUR God gave you.

  • It’s too early for mental problem to be on full display.
    Fuck your goD. And if it has a problem with that, it can come down here and smite the shit out of me.
    I’m waiting.


    Still waiting.

    • Stogiebear

      It’s been an hour now. Still waiting?

    • Librarykid

      The problem is not with God; it is with the followers.

  • netxtown

    Fuckwit. Go take your silly stone tablets and stand up on the rails of a bridge to the Keys – with your arms out-reached – and let your gawd know just how humble you are. Idiot.

    Oh…and tell him not to tangle up your nasty little body so we have to find it. Feed it to some needy sea animals….

  • Harveyrabbit

    Haven’t heard from Kirky in a while. Shouldn’t he be making a bad D movie with a bunch of crappy actors about Jebus smiting shit because of anti-christmas greetings right about now?

    • Jeffg166

      After a number of flops the phone stops ringing.

      • Karl Dubhe

        Not when they’re Jesus movies! Then you’ve got loads of churches in which to show your crappy DVD. 🙂

        • Harveyrabbit

          ‘zactly. Jebus NEVER loses your number! 1-888-DUMBASS.

  • Cerberus

    Hey Kirk, you’ve spent your whole life saying that it’s great people are suffering and dying in various places because it proves the Rapture is coming soon. So why are you being so vague this time? Is it because it’s actually affecting you rather than some random brown people halfway around the world that you can pretend aren’t fully real?

  • Skokieguy [Larry]

    I prefer my gods with less murdering.

  • HoneyBoySmith

    I simply refuse to believe anything as stupid as Kirk Cameron is saying.

    It’s too far a step.

  • crewman

    Wow, suddenly the hurricane seems like a great thing. God is amazing, and I am humble. Oh and now I believe in God too. Thanks Kurt!

  • Secure

    Okay Kirk. Now tell us Gods reasons for kids with cancer, and kids who die in car crashes, swimming pools, and animal attacks.

    • Tulle Christensen

      mysterious ways, mysterious ways I tell you

    • netxtown

      Quite obviously, his gawd never met Lucy. “you got some splaining to do!”

    • Chucktech

      That’s easy. Son God need’s ’em up in heaven, you see…

  • RickCabral

    How does Queenie La Churchmouse make a living these days?

    • Bluto

      Performing $5 back alley BJ’s. Poorly, would be my guess.

  • TampaZeke

    Well then Kirk, your god is one shitty piece of work who not only doesn’t deserved to be worshiped but should be reviled and cursed and you and anyone else who worships this petty, angry, egomaniacal, murderous asshole should likewise be reviled and cursed.

  • Acronym Jim

    No hurricane’s aren’t “random.” They can be explained by science…much like modern day bananas.

    • netxtown

      Surely the modern day banana was done by intelligent design. I mean, it fits his hand, his mouth, and his ass.

      • Ken M

        Isn’t there something about them being their firmest when younger too? : )

        • netxtown

          i believe you have accurately described why i won’t eat an aged banana.

      • Acronym Jim
        • Todd20036

          I REALLY don’t want to see what Kirk does with that banana, and I’m a pervert.

          • Karl Dubhe

            That’s from his creationist time, he was arguing that a banana was designed by god. In fact it was designed by humans controlling the evolution of the fruit and making a seedless and tasty version of an inedible god ‘created’ fruit.

            It’s actually pretty hilarious, if you understand biology it’s even more stupidly hilarious.

        • yes b’y

          Don’t look at me, when you are eating that banana.

        • Raising_Rlyeh
          • I’d like to see more please….

          • Raising_Rlyeh

            There are youtube videos, but nothing more like we’d like to see. Apparently deep throating bananas is a way to pass time. This guy, from what I’ve found, did it for $1

  • canoebum

    Did anyone tell Kirk we’re no longer in the Bronze Age? Ancient stories told to scare goat herders in the Sinai don’t stand up too well to science. Idiot.

  • Ken M

    “We may not/never understand why it happens.” That is the ultimate irritant in Christian logic. With all the “carved in stone” rules that come out of that book, ask a really basic “why” question, and you get that as a response.

    • zhera

      And when you give them a scientific explanation for why it happens, they’ll try to exorcise you.

  • hankbear

    God Kills Because He Cares (TM)

  • kareemachan

    Okay, according to you, it’s a punishment. But you’re a good xtian, right? So you should just stay and nothing will happen to you, right?

    Or you could just be a victim of friendly fire, as it were….

  • Dot Beech

    Humility? Try a boat load of smugness, kid.

  • Ginger Snap

    Taking joy in the death of others what a swell guy.

  • Rebecca Gardner
    • Gerry Fisher

      I love the word “fap.” I know, I’m twisted.

  • JDS
  • Rob NYNY

    How vile.

  • octobercountry

    Wow, that’s one of the stupidest things I’ve ever heard. And if it were true, then Kirk’s god is a total asshole.

    • Rob NYNY

      I would say his god is a vindictive shithead rather than a total asshole, but let us leave that discussion to the theologians.

      • Librarykid

        Sounds more like what Kirk was raised to be.

  • AdamTh

    Poor guy, his life has been one (bad) comedy after another….

  • Ken M

    “Humility, awe, and repentance” for the weather in “The Sunshine State?”

  • OdieDenCO

    funny, I don’t believe in your god kirk, yet I still respond to misfortune with humility and generosity.

  • CB

    What a load of crap.

  • Frostbite

    Jeeze what a dipshit.

  • dcurlee

    You just can’t fix stupid in people.

  • And as we all know… Little Kirk as quite a bit of repenting to do… but he is ok with that, apparently he enjoys spending time on his knees… in Griffith Park

  • Ken M

    Blah blah blah blah….”fuck, gotta go, gonna miss my plane” wink, nod, run.

  • Jefe5084

    No. It’s just Physics. Dumbass.

  • j.martindale

    What do I need to repent for that is worthy of mass murder and the destruction of life and property seen in hurricanes? If there should be any repentance, it should be by the cruel god who is supposedly responsible for the destruction. Of course, I am kidding. There is no god–at least not the kind made in man’s image that this clown is talking about.

  • Matt

    Hey, Kirk – could you just go down and stand on the beach and wait for when it comes ashore? K, thanks, bye.

    PS. Don’t bring a life jacket.

    • Jefe5084

      Jeebus Saves,not life jackets. Hope Kirk the Durp acts accordingly.

  • kelven

    It’s so funny how he states “It’s not that imaginary Mother Nature who is all powerful, it is my imaginary Old White Man who is!” like those who refer to Mother Nature actually consider her an actual being. Even the most pagan groups I know of think of Mother Nature as a gestalt consciousness of the planet, not some actress selling margarine with fuzzy animals.

  • Personally, I believe it’s the Planet’s way of ridding itself of the worse of humanity, fake religious folk, cheetolini believers and but of course, the entire cheetolini family.

  • Patrick

    How come your god is so hateful? If he were a loving god he would cure cancer.

    • Karl Dubhe

      A loving god would have banned chattel slavery too. Rather than lay out the ‘rules’ to that crime.

      Among many other things…

    • Robincho

      A loving god would have never created cancer in the first place…

  • Halou

    Isn’t this the guy who “saved christmas” by spending the better part of two hours lecturing friends and family about the contents of his favorite story book which only ever became a best seller because the law once required everyone to buy a copy on pain of death?

    • Jefe5084

      He even made laughable movies that were flops.

  • Karl Dubhe

    Holy hell, so that’s what happens when you free base the bible. I thought meth junkies were scary…

    Of course, calling your god a murderer is going to get your god’s knickers in a twist.

  • Gregory B

    I wonder what Cameron will say when God sucks up Cameron’s wife and kids in a hurricane but leaves him behind?

  • ceeenbee

    I really don’t understand. Can anyone help me? Maybe you, kirk. The Bible says this about adultery and since over 50% of marriages end in divorce and there is probably an even higher percentage where adultery has taken place, why are you so sure the sky faerie is unleashing its unholy wrath on the relatively few people in same-sex marriage and not the countless adulterers like newt gingrich, and the shitgibbon?

    “You shall not commit adultery.” (Exodus 20:14)

    “If a man is found sleeping with another man’s wife, both the man who slept with her and the woman must die.” (Deuteronomy 22:22)

    “If a man commits adultery with another man’s wife–with the wife of his neighbor–both the adulterer and the adulteress must be put to death.” (Leviticus 20:10)

    “But a man who commits adultery lacks judgment; whoever does so destroys himself.” (Proverbs 6:32)
    “I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife, except for marital unfaithfulness, and marries another woman commits adultery.” (Matthew 19:9)

    “Anyone who divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery against her.” (Mark 10:11)

    “And if she divorces her husband and marries another man, she commits adultery.” (Mark 10:12)

    “Anyone who divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery, and the man who marries a divorced woman commits adultery.” (Luke 16:18)

  • ByronK

    Any chance Irma’s high winds will blow Kirk right out of the closet?

  • DrRobY

    Kirk, if your god does this, then he’s a dick.

    • alguien

      old testament god is a major dick

    • Chucktech

      Kirk, if your god does this, then he‘s a dick.

  • Elliott

    What the fuck happened to his forehead? It looks like he’s trying to hatch a new head from the old one.

  • mad-dog

    Earthquake off coast of southern Mexico last night, killed several people including an infant in a hospital, and yet my heathen self remains un-smote. “Mysterious ways” doesn’t even begin to explain it.

  • Alpha 50327

    Fuck you and your god sideways and 500 times on Sunday.

  • Yalma Cuder-Zicci

    Yours is faith based reasoning, Kirk, and you “know” nothing. The definition of faith is believing something without proof, so shut up about how much you “know”.

    • John Ruff

      No! Faith is love. Lol. Or some shit.

  • Jefe5084

    He needs to explain to me why the group of Evangelical conmen prayed Hurricane Harvey away, and prayed Hurricane Irma out to sea away from “God’s fave country–‘Merikkka’, but both storms are turning out to be unrelenting in disobeying their prayers. I am sooooooo confused. Almost as if what they say if pure BullShit. /s

  • -M-

    Weather is a natural phenomenon you blithering idiot, nothing to do with with the mood of any supernatural being. It’s spectacular because it’s driven by the flow of terawatts of thermal energy through the atmosphere.

    • John Ruff

      Those words are too big for him, so…god did it.

  • John Ruff

    Said the cocksucking, has been, dipshit Christian.

  • jmax

    So your god is an attention whore and if we don’t act impressed by his tantrums he will kill us all.
    Nice guy you worship there, Kirk.

    • Librarykid

      Sounds more like 45.

      • Chucktech

        45 thinks so…

  • William

    So if some guy screws a goat in Kazakhstan, then I get hit by a bus.
    That makes sense.

    • edrex

      “mysterious ways” my friend. “mysterious ways.”

  • DoctorDJ

    Sorry, Kirk. Your god is either impotent or evil. I vote “Non-existent.”

  • John Ruff

    A little OT, but someone contradicted me the other day in jmg when I commented that when I saw the immediate aftermath of hurricane Andrew, it looked like a nuclear bomb had exploded. Well, read this about Irma

  • TexasBoy

    Oh please, God is much too busy to care about such trivial things as weather, Kirk. He stays very busy trying to keep up with Facebook. You know…like =1 prayer, comment = 5 prayers, share = 1000 prayers.

    • DoctorDJ

      And He’ll be there to help my football teams win this weekend! Gawd be Praised!

      • edrex

        god did right by the chiefs last night.

  • The New Paige Turner™

    Fuck off Kirk you failed B grade TV actor has-been

  • Mike

    Babyjebus keeps turning over trailers in “god hates fags” country when he could make it rain hundred dollar bills as a reward instead. It’s more likely that he hates Kirk Cameron, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, NASCAR, and country music than that it’s because some boys kiss each other.

    Republicans want to put sincerely held primitive superstition before the law. Only atheism can save us. Atheists are never unkind just to please the gods, but that’s all christians seem to want to do.

  • Bryan

    “I’m outta here, I’m leaving Florida, I’m on my way to Arkansas right now.”

    Have fun and f^ck right off.

  • Natty Enquirer

    So desperate to manufacture evidence for the existence of his imaginary god.

  • Adam Stevens

    I so stoopid I duz wurship god that hurtz me.

  • DaveMiller135

    Trying to crawl your way back into the news is not a measure of humility. Also, hurricanes, and other tropical storms, form because warm moist air near the equator rises, leaving a lower pressure area below. As this process continues, the rotation of the earth causes the lower pressure area to rotate. Sometimes very fast.

    True humility, for Evangelical Christians, would be to admit that, though they didn’t pay attention in school, others did, and that a scientific explanation for tropical storms exists, and they need no longer be explained by superstition. Meditate and pray on applying that same humility to the theory of climate change. Before it’s too late.

  • 2patricius2

    Kirk Cameron: “God murders people with hurricanes because he is a vicious monster who destroys innocent people because some sexy people don’t bow down and grovel before his will as interpreted by me.”

    • -M-

      And this is his idea of humility.

  • Lee Grupsmith-Pedersen

    If wars are there to force Americans to learn geography, maybe natural disasters are there to force Americans to act like they care about each other. I know it’s American-centric, but it fits.

  • edrex

    i see he never made it past deuteronomy.

    • Treant

      He never made it past mononomy.


      • edrex

        that’s really hard to pronounce.

  • M Jackson

    Please give him a guest star on the next season of “Fargo” for another air conditioner window unit drop. Pretty please!

  • joe ho

    Good news. The percentage of Americans considering themselves not religious keeps growing every year. Religion is dying in the industrialized West. 53% of Brits now say they’re without religion.

    The US is following the trend, but at a slightly slower pace.

    David Frum says he thinks that lots of Americans have always been not religious. But now it’s become easier for them to admit it. (Thanks to popularizing atheists like Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris.)

  • Gerry Fisher

    “Life and death scare me, so I make up stories to soothe myself…and then use the stories to beat others over the head until they submit.”

  • Cucker “Dick” Tarlson

    What. A. Dick.

  • Cucker “Dick” Tarlson
  • Tatonka

    Christ. I’d rather listen to Steve Bannon than this mope. Shouldn’t he be tying balloon animals at some kid’s birthday party somewhere?

  • justmeeeee

    Hmmm…seems that you’ve taken the liberty to misrepresent (errr…paraphrase) a bit.

  • Cucker “Dick” Tarlson

    Also, he’ll never, ever live this down.


    (sorry if this is a repost — it’s never not funny)

    • Treant

      Does he try to bite your arm off if you admire his cake before he does?

  • Westcoast88

    Katrina, Harvey, Irma. Mother Nature is very pissed off at Republicans for denying climate change. That’s why she chooses to pummel red states when there is a Republican in the White House.

  • Clive Johnson

    “This is a spectacular display of God’s immense power. And when He puts His power on display, it’s never without reason.”

    Funny how that power has never been used to eliminate cancer suddenly or increase the caloric and nutritional content of food 10 fold to reduce hunger and starvation.

    It also makes you think that this form of the Christian god is a kind of serial killer in the sky, a cosmic murderous tyrant.

  • The_Wretched

    On the plus side, cruel and stupid christianity drives people out of the churches.

  • LatrinaDiBucca

    He needs to be drug-tested. He’s lookin’ like a meth whore, and sounding like an idiot.

  • pch1013

    God is such an asshole – why do those people love him so much?

    (Oh yeah – they’re Trump voters. Duh.)

  • lattebud

    Okay the Kirk, show your humility by hauling your ass down to Florida and volunteering to drive an evacuation bus and then volunteer in a shelter

  • Ninja0980

    Drop dead asshole.

  • Dick518

    What a fucking idiot!

  • Friday

    What a sicko, with a sick religion.

  • Treant

    Who? Who clearly needs some serious drugs and therapy…but who?

  • Mom

    This is how the religious always explain away the things that happen. It’s in God’s plan and it’s for a purpose, even though we may not know what that is. I have several very religious people in my family and they constantly ask for prayers for things, and sometimes all I can do is chuckle. Such and such woke up with a runny nose and cough this morning; asking for prayers. And then when kid is better, such and such is feeling much better today; thanks for all your prayers. I try to be respectful to them and not say anything, because some of them are truly kind, giving people. But some of them are huge hypocrites and I want to rub the shit in their face. *sighs* A few of them live in Kim Davis’s county. So, I know you will all understand. 🙂

  • Robert Adams

    So hows come these here hurricanes are going after Trump supporters instead of going after ISIS?

  • JWC

    Since we may never understand why things happen. In fact we plainly don’t know so we will make a stupid ridiculous stab with no supporting facts and I get my face on the internet

  • Hardy

    And to think that as a teenager I had a crush on both Kirk and Scott Baio. I find them both despicable and revolting now.

    • David Gervais

      Pretty is fleeting, hate spewing lasts a lifetime.

  • greenmanTN

    Kirk should demonstrate the depth of his faith by staying in FL, on one of the keys.

  • Bj Lincoln

    Prove it by staying there and be untouched because you are such a good follower.

  • twinkie223

    “I’d like you to eat me.” — Karen Walker

  • Octoberfurst

    So God sends all storms that kill people and destroy property to let people know how awesome he is? If so God is a fucking dick.

  • Bill
  • barrykyle415

    Gee, Kirk, you’re god sounds kinda like an asshole.

    • Nowhereman

      Yeah–“God’s lovingly murderous wrath”. They keep claiming that their god is a loving and merciful god. I just don’t see it.

      • Mikey

        he’s the most “loving” serial killer in history.

  • Nowhereman

    Kirk, stick to what you’re best at–making really sappy and crappy “christian” movies. Scott Baio is looking for a gig…

  • trouble94114

    I wonder if it physically hurts to be this dumb

  • Porkie

    Tell me about the banana again Kirk!

  • EdA

    These Christianist fundamentalists who disproportionately infest the South (like fire ants) just don’t get it — God keeps on sending them hurricanes, tornadoes, etc. because s/he’s increasingly pissed at their bullshit, butting into other people’s business, taking his/her name in vain, and bugging him/her all the time and s/he’s trying to tell them to STFU.

  • JCF
  • Pablo Sánchez

    Cant help but notice God seems to send these things to Red States. Hmmm.

  • RJ Bone

    OMG, shut UP Captain Crocoduck, you washed up has-been.

  • Galvestonian

    Maybe he should get his humble, repentant ass down to Miami Beach so that God can show him his immense power and understand God’s specific purpose and reasoning for his personal line of bullshit.

  • EDinMCO

    Oh bugger off, asshole.

  • Barry William Teske

    Oh look!
    As bad an actor it is, outs itself.
    Is that where some of humility, in need of some ‘othering’ nourishing awe and repentance, flees to when the attention gets to be too much to bear witness.
    Will miracles never cease or is that just ‘bad mood’, whispering bitter nothings into a mirror, at itself and not getting an answer.
    Sitcom and shut up seems to be lost on ‘someone’, in this instance.

  • maria

    In their rush to blame God, some point to Bible accounts where God brought destruction by natural elements. (Genesis 7:17-22; 18:20; 19:24, 25; Numbers 16:31-35) An examination of these Bible accounts shows, however, that in each case, there are three major distinguishing factors. First, there was warning beforehand. Second, unlike today’s natural disasters, which kill good and bad people alike, destruction from God was selective. Only the incorrigibly wicked or those who refused to listen to warnings were destroyed. Third, God made a way for innocent people to escape.—Genesis 7:1, 23; 19:15-17; Numbers 16:23-27.

    In the countless disasters that have wreaked havoc on the lives of millions of people today, there is no evidence that God was behind them.

  • Gianni

    What a load! More biblically inspired pretzel logic from another self-appointed talking head. So when you return home and find your house and all your possessions destroyed, you thank God for humbling you with such misery and for His demonstration of how much He really loves you. And for those killed in the fury, well it’s either too bad for non-believers (they deserved it) or the true believers got the fast-track to heaven and were frightened for nothing. It all makes such sense now that I’ve heard it explained by Kirk!

  • Gregory Peterson

    Bad teleology! Bad bad teleology! Go to your room.

  • StudioTodd

    “And when He puts His power on display,
    it’s never without reason. There’s a purpose. And we may not always
    understand what that purpose is, but we know it’s not random.”

    If we don’t understand the reason or purpose, then what’s the fucking point? If your idiot god cannot clearly get his point across (even after killing a bunch of people), then why do it?

    Also, who exactly is he sending this message to? People who believe in him are not in consensus about what the message is and people who do not believe in him don’t care. Why does your god have to be so vague? Is he just completely unable to speak in clear, concise and understandable language? Or does he just get his kicks by killing people?

    Why do you follow a god who is so completely incompetent and fails every time he attempts to make a point?

  • I would say it was really god punishing his disciples for not being good stewards of our planet but, alas, it’s nature’s response to cyclical (maybe) and man made climate change. If there were a god, wouldn’t he protect the righteous?

  • Daniel Turner

    Keep on sending them, because this world as and is becoming so wicked, that his God’s does this so you will turn back to him, it will get worse till that happens. Keep on saying what you are saying and see what happens

  • Friday’s_cat

    Magic Cloud Being or Heat Engine powered by warm ocean water. Take you pick.

  • WICheesehead98

    Kirk, let me get this straight, God sends the storms to make us quiver and quake and be awed. But then we are supposed to run to God, who just sent a hurricane that causes death and destruction, but at the same time He gives “peace, security and strength.” That makes no sense whatsoever and your premise is not found in the bible that I read.