LOLOLOL, oh for crying out loud!!! Gb says:
most skeptics and non-believers say definitely for they cannot dare to acknowledge or believe that God may have answered a very public and open prayer. People certainly prayed throughout the drought as the are in Texas. Cherry pick all you want as to try and discount what happened but the fact was that this happened and very much appears as a direct answer to the Governor's and states call to prayer.
Bestworking, whoever you are, do you have a problem with the word "appears as". If I was certain it was a direct answer to the people's prayers I would have stated such. I would have said that it was a definite answer to the people's prayers, but I did not say this.
Do I believe it was? I very much believe it could be but just as with other prayers or request to and of God ... God is not controlled by any person or group of people that He abides by our request or wishes. Who are we to think that God would? I am still amazed that God would put Himself upon a Cross and suffer physical pain ( pain in and through the body of Jesus Christ, God in Human Fleshly Body) so that we, humans, would have a perfect blood sacrifice to atone for our sins against Him. It makes no logical sense why a God would do such a thing but then I believe there is little about God that we, humans, can conceive and understand. That is why we must approach God in Faith.
So what is so funny about the post you seem to find amusing?