Volcanic ash from the Icelandic volcano shut down air travel to and from Germany.
We as Christians must ask: Why did this volcano erupt?
Taking the cue from our American Christian leaders like Brunson and Pat Robertson, we must seek answers to the following questions:
Could this volcanic eruption be the judgment of God?
What is God telling us? What is God telling the Icelanders?
Perhaps the Icelanders are not tithing to the national church, the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Iceland? Could it be that their failure to fork over 10% of their income, their desire to drive stolen cars and wear stolen clothes has caused God to shake the foundations of this volcano?
Maybe the Icelanders failed to "just slice off a big hunk" of their assets for the ELCI building program and God didn't like that.
Perhaps God tried to wreck their economy, and raise their gas prices, but that didn't get their attention, so God pulled out the 'ole "volcanic eruption and ash" trick.
Or maybe God is paying Europeans back for being the training ground for Ergun Caner in his youth; after all, according to Caner he was "rrrraised in Eurrrope" before he came to "Ah-meerrr-icah", when he was trained in the "Islamic Youth Jihad", training to "do that which was done on 11 September".
Or maybe the Icelanders' ancestors, much like the Haitians, made a deal with some Viking demons long ago, and God is paying them back for it?
Or maybe, just maybe, God didn't want the "Trip Down the Danube" to take place. Maybe he used the volcanic eruption to stop yet another example of modern Christian celebrity worship and excess all in the name of Jesus? I don't know, just asking the questions.
Maybe when Mac Brunson returns from Europe, he and Pat Robertson will share their insights as to why this tragedy occured.
And by "tragedy", I mean the volcanic eruption, not the cancelation of the "Trip Down the Danube".