A women in Ohio went to get a cup of coffee at Starbucks and received a cup that she had a message on it (one of many in a series):

The Way I See It #247
“Why in moments of crisis do we ask God for strength and help? As cognitive beings, why would we ask something that may well be a figment of our imaginations for guidance? Why not search inside ourselves for the power to overcome? After all, we are strong enough to cause most of the catastrophes we need to endure.”
— Bill Scheel
Starbucks customer from London, Ontario. He describes himself as a “modern day nobody.”

This sent  Michelle Incanno over the edge.

As someone who loves God, I was so offended by that,” Michelle Incanno, a married mother of three who is Catholic, told the Dayton Daily News. “I don’t think there needs to be religious dialogue on it. I just want coffee.”

The Seattle-based coffee shop has been printing a variety of quotes on its paper cups that with many different perspectives on it — Starbucks even welcomes comments because it wants to spur discussion. The WND complainers backed her up…

What do you think of the so-called ‘anti-God’ message on Starbucks coffee cups?

The folks who answered “I bet Starbucks would not print a quote promoting the belief in the God of the Bible” lose their bet — here’s another Starbucks cup in the series:

The Way I See It #250
“In reality hell is not such an intention of God as it is an invention of man. God is love and people are precious. Authentic truth is not so much taught or learned as it is remembered. Somewhere in your pre-incarnate consciousness you were loved absolutely because you were. Loved absolutely, and in reality, you still are! Remember who you are!”
— Bishop Carlton Pearson
Author, speaker, spiritual leader and recording artist.

Pam Spaulding

Pam Spaulding