Jeremiah – Chapter 16: Day of Disaster

God was wishy-washy in the last chapter in terms of when he was killing and when he was saving. Let’s see what comes next.

“For this is what the Lord says about the sons and daughters born in this land and about the women who are their mothers and the men who are their fathers: ‘They will die of deadly diseases. They will not be mourned or buried but will be like dung lying on the ground. They will perish by sword and famine, and their dead bodies will become food for the birds and the wild animals.’” – Jeremiah 16:3-4

God is back to killing babies.

“For this is what the Lord says: ‘Do not enter a house where there is a funeral meal; do not go to mourn or show sympathy, because I have withdrawn my blessing, my love and my pity from this people,’ declares the Lord.” – Jeremiah 16:5

God is a dick. Even the worst of humans are more moral than the god of the Bible.

“When you tell these people all this and they ask you, ‘Why has the Lord decreed such a great disaster against us? What wrong have we done? What sin have we committed against the Lord our God?’  then say to them, ‘It is because your ancestors forsook me,’ declares the Lord, ‘and followed other gods and served and worshiped them. They forsook me and did not keep my law.’” – Jeremiah 16:10-11

God punishes the descendants for the crime of the ancestors. This is an asshole of a god.

“I will repay them double for their wickedness and their sin, because they have defiled my land with the lifeless forms of their vile images and have filled my inheritance with their detestable idols.” – Jeremiah 16:18

Remember that all of this starts with God hardening the hearts of the Egyptians and let us not forget that God has not once shown himself to the people. Who has sinned? God.

The god of the Bible is an awful god. A jackass god. An asshole god. An unjust god. A god that doesn’t show any love. An immoral god. Don’t every worship this god.

Coming Soon: Jeremiah 17: Keeping the Sabbath Day Holy

Isaiah 16:11

It’s Crazy Bible Verse Tuesday and today’s verse is about poop! Yes, poop!

“My heart laments for Moab like a harp, my inmost being for Kir Hareseth.” – Isaiah 16:11

Okay, this may not seem all that crazy. What does inmost mean? Well, let’s turn to the King James Version of the Bible for some insight.

“Wherefore my bowels shall sound like an harp for Moab, and mine inward parts for Kirharesh.” – Isaiah 16:11

Notice how bowels was turned to heart in the two versions? ROFL!!!

Jeremiah 15: Untitled

God has been showing off his evil ways in Jeremiah. Jeremiah has been filled with God being pissy and causing death and destruction to the land. Doubtful that changes in this chapter.

“Then the Lord said to me: ‘Even if Moses and Samuel were to stand before me, my heart would not go out to this people. Send them away from my presence! Let them go!’” – Jeremiah 15:1

Yep, God is still pissy.

“‘I will send four kinds of destroyers against them,’ declares the Lord, ‘the sword to kill and the dogs to drag away and the birds and the wild animals to devour and destroy.’” – Jeremiah 15:4

One method of destruction is not enough for God. He needs four methods of destruction!

“I will enslave you to your enemies in a land you do not know, for my anger will kindle a fire that will burn against you.” – Jeremiah 15:14

God once again promotes slavery.

“I will save you from the hands of the wicked and deliver you from the grasp of the cruel.” – Jeremiah 15:21

Now God says he will save some from the wicked. Sure.

There is a pattern with God. He will kill you, then you will save you, nope gonna destroy you, nope now if you repent you will be saved. This is what a domestic abuser does. God is a domestic abuser.

Coming Soon: Jeremiah – Chapter 16: Day of Disaster

Jeremiah – Chapter 14: Drought, Famine, Sword

Based on the title of this chapter, more people are about to die.

“The nobles send their servants for water; they go to the cisterns but find no water.” – Jeremiah 14:3

Yep, the people are dying.

“Even the doe in the field deserts her newborn fawn because there is no grass.” – Jeremiah 14:5

The animals are dying too.

“They greatly love to wander; they do not restrain their feet. So the Lord does not accept them; he will now remember their wickedness and punish them for their sins.” – Jeremiah 14:10

God is ready to strike the people down.

“Instead, I will destroy them with the sword, famine and plague.” – Jeremiah 14:12

Die you fuckers!

“Then the Lord said to me, ‘The prophets are prophesying lies in my name.’” – Jeremiah 14:14

Of course, they are. That’s what prophets do because there is no God.

“There will be no one to bury them, their wives, their sons and their daughters. I will pour out on them the calamity they deserve.” – Jeremiah 14:16

God punishing the children.

“We acknowledge our wickedness, Lord, and the guilt of our ancestors; we have indeed sinned against you.” – Jeremiah 14:20

Were the people 100% innocent of everything? No, but God created them this way. God has no one to blame but himself.

Sigh…God is pure evil. How can anyone read the Bible and still worship him? Because they don’t read the Bible. The quickest way to make an atheist is to have a person read the Bible cover to cover.

Coming Soon: Jeremiah 15: Untitled

Jeremiah – Chapter 13: A Linen Belt

Jeremiah has been an interesting chapter so far. Jeremiah serves as the voice of God because God is too scared to speak to the people himself. Jeremiah speaks back to God and God declares that everyone will suffer. That’s the basics of this book thus far. Today we learn about a linen belt. Yep, that’s the title, “A Linen Belt”.

“This is what the Lord said to me: ‘Go and buy a linen belt and put it around your waist, but do not let it touch water.’” – Jeremiah 13:1

Huh, so this chapter really is about a literal linen belt. LOL! But don’t dare let that belt touch the fucking water!!!

“Take the belt you bought and are wearing around your waist, and go now to Perat and hide it there in a crevice in the rocks.” – Jeremiah 13:4


“Many days later the Lord said to me, ‘Go now to Perath and get the belt I told you to hide there.’ So I went to Perath and dug up the belt and took it from the place where I had hidden it, but now it was ruined and completely useless.” – Jeremiah 13:6-7


“Then the word of the Lord came to me: This is what the Lord says: ‘In the same way I will ruin the pride of Judah and the great pride of Jerusalem.’” – Jeremiah 13:8

God is going to buy the people and bury them? It sounds like God.

“Say to them: ‘This is what the Lord, the God of Israel, says: Every wineskin should be filled with wine.’” – Jeremiah 13:12

God finally says something that makes sense!!!

“I will smash them one against the other, parents and children alike, declares the Lord.” – Jeremiah 13:14

God is pitting families against each other…because he loves you apparently.

The rest of the chapter continues to tell how evil people are and if you are evil you can never do good. A perfect description of God. He’s an evil god that can never do good because he’s evil.

Coming Soon: Jeremiah – Chapter 14: Drought, Famine, Sword

Jeremiah 18:21

It’s Crazy Bible Verse Tuesday and for a book that is all about morals, it sure doesn’t care much about families.

“So give their children over to famine; hand them over to the power of the sword. Let their wives be made childless and widows; let their men be put to death, their young men slain by the sword in battle.” – Jeremiah 18:21

Yes, God is going to punish the children. The children will starve. This is the God of the Bible that Christians bow down to and worship. A god that kills children. Now that’s some crazy shit.

Jeremiah – Chapter 12: Jeremiah’s Complaint

Jeremiah has a complaint! Let’s see what it is.

“You are always righteous, Lord, when I bring a case before you.” – Jeremiah 12:1

No, he’s not. There’s all sorts of evidence in the Bible that God is not righteous.

“I will forsake my house, abandon my inheritance; I will give the one I love into the hands of her enemies.” – Jeremiah 12:7

This is God speaking. But he loves you.

“Overall the barren heights in the desert destroyers will swarm, for the sword of the Lord will devour from one end of the land to the other; no one will be safe.” – Jeremiah 12:12

Even the innocent children are not safe from God’s wrath and unjust destruction.

“‘But if any nation does not listen, I will completely uproot and destroy it,’ declares the Lord.” – Jeremiah 12:12

Do as I say and do not ask questions.

Jeremiah’s complaint in this chapter is the wicked are allowed to thrive and the above verses are directed at the wicked. But who are the wicked? In the Bible, the wicked are everyone who would dare question God or dare ask a question at all. Critical thinking is wicked in the eyes of God. If you dare think, you will be punished as will your children and generations after you. God is not just. He’s an abuser.

Coming Soon: Jeremiah – Chapter 13: A Linen Belt

Jeremiah – Chapter 11: The Covenant Is Broken

God is pissy and when God is pissy innocent people will suffer. Based on the title of this chapter, he’s still pissy and still destroying.

“Cursed is the one who does not obey the terms of this covenant” – Jeremiah 11:3

If you don’t follow God’s every command, including murder and rape, you will suffer horribly.

“Then I will fulfill the oath I swore to your ancestors, to give them a land flowing with milk and honey’—the land you possess today.” – Jeremiah 11:5

The words of a domestic abuser. Do as I say and I will love you, but as soon as you do, I will move the goalposts and demand more from you.

“Therefore this is what the Lord says: ‘I will bring on them a disaster they cannot escape. Although they cry out to me, I will not listen to them.’” – Jeremiah 11:11

This is God’s conditional love.

“Not even a remnant will be left to them, because I will bring disaster on the people of Anathoth in the year of their punishment.” – Jeremiah 11:23

All will be killed by God, including babies and children.

This chapter is more of the same and shows that God is not moral. Every human being that has ever existed on Earth is far more moral than God.

Coming Soon: Jeremiah – Chapter 12: Jeremiah’s Complaint