The Titanic; Not Even God Could Sink This Ship

We all have seen the movie Titanic. We also know that this movie was a true-life story. The Titanic was the world’s largest passenger ship when it entered service. It measured 269 meters (882 feet) in length and was the largest mobile object on Earth to be made by man. The ship burned around 600 tonnes of coal a day – hand shovelled into its furnaces by a team of 176 men.

The Journey

When they built the Titanic, they were going to sail from Liverpool to New York for the first time. One of the inventors of the ship was asked a question in an interview if this whole ship could actually sink into the ocean. Replying to the question asked. He said, “Not even God himself could sink this ship”. The man who said this was called as Edward John Smith.

Three weeks after the Titanic left Liverpool for New York, the ship hit an iceberg and sank. This horrible disaster went down as one of the greatest in history, and over 1500 people sank to death on that day. This incident happened from 14 April 1912 – 15 April 1912

Did the ship sink as a result of the Captain’s ‘careless’ utterances? That’s what some believe, and I won’t differ though. Your utterances can favour or harm you. Words are powerful, you know; both what you say and what you hear.

There is a Man who rules the whole universe in power and might – God. He makes and unmakes people. Nebuchadnezzar had his own bitter experiences for his pride and contempt of God’s power over him.

The point I am driving at is, you can’t unrepentantly make a mockery of God’s power and sovereignty and go scot-free. He has a way of proving to the universe that He still has control over the affairs of men.

Don’t make a mockery of God; He owns you!

May the Lord mend our net!

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