Blame – Kataginosko (Strong’s Greek 2607): to condemn, to find fault with, to accuse
DON’T BLAME GOD
He that hath seen me hath seem the Father… Believest thou not that I am in the Father, and the Father in me? The words that I speak unto you I speak not of myself: but the Father that dwellest in me, he doth the works. (John 14:9-10)
Many of the laws that govern this earth today came into being when Adam sinned and the curse came upon the earth. Because people don’t understand this, they accuse God of causing accidents, sicknesses, the death of loved ones, storms, catastrophes, earthquakes, floods, etc. Even insurance policies call such things “acts of God.” They are not acts of God! They are acts of the devil!
Jesus set aside these natural laws to bless humanity. We don’t see Jesus bringing any storms on people. In fact, we see Jesus stilling the storm. Therefore, God didn’t send the storm. Jesus wouldn’t rebuke something God did! But Je-sus did rebuke what the devil stirred up.
When you see Jesus at work, you see God at work. Jesus’ description of the Father, and His statement that “…he that hath seen me hath seen the Father . . . (John 14:9), make it impossible to accept the teaching that sickness and disease are from God. The very nature of God refutes such an idea!
CONFESSION: God is love. And I don’t blame God for what the devil does. I look at Jesus and see love at work.
(Kenneth Hagin Sr.)