There's a God.?

Have you ever heard someone cite for evidence, against God, that they have never experienced or felt God so He doesn't or must not exist?  I think that the most common reason would be that if there is a God he wouldn't remain silent to so many people but would step up and make Himself known demanding worship.

Whatever reason people may cite for their evidence or reason to reject God I wonder how often they second guess themselves?  Many would say the same regarding those, of us, who believe in and attest to God's existence.  While I realize for  many it seems delusional it is the very evidence desired in that God dwells within the physical bodies of His believers, Saints, by His Holy Spirit. 

Many have difficulty in conceiving of One God in three forms (Father, Son, Holy Spirit) and many also have difficulty in believing in a Spiritual realm apart from and coexistent with the Physical realm that is so evident around us. 

In essence, for a moment, discount any speculation that God doesn't exist and accept the premise that God does exist.  Carrying that forward  would you expect an all powerful, beyond human conception and understanding God, to just present Himself before a skeptical Human creation knowing that it is within human nature to find fault in everything or if you were such a being that you were infinitely beyond human understanding, seek worship from those who would accept you and worship you without any proof at all?   Who would be more desirable and strong, with regards to faith, those who require a sign or require evidence in order to submit and yield their worship or those who on faith alone, fully believing and accepting, without ever having any tangible evidence or proof of you existing?

It's all for naught anyway as Scriptures reveal God unto us and Scriptures also say that God is revealed through and in all Creation around us and the order of the Universe.  In the end, for those who believe there is ample circumstantial, acceptable evidence to confirm God exist.  For the skeptics and those who disbelieve there never will or could be enough evidence to satisfy them.  Essentially it is for the believer, the skeptic, the person who doesn't believe to satisfy themselves and for the rest of us to accept that we have only ourselves to account for, ultimately. 

The real question apart from the obvious, when it comes to believing or not believing God is how we treat those, of us, who believe differently than ourselves.  Do we respect the rights of others to disagree with us and when that happens are we somehow shaken in our own beliefs?  Each should be confident not only in their own beliefs and decisions but know why we believe as we do.  Many believe out of fear and other's out of faith.  There may be as many reasons to believe as there are to reject that God exist.  It is a question that will continue to exist through time as it has since time (for humanity) began.

There will always be those who believe in something and conversely those who reject.  Whether it be with Religion or Science or other things such as Global Climate Change we all make decisions based upon things we choose to accept as valid or not valid.  Again what's interesting is how we view those who hold opposite opinions to those we hold and that also reveals as much about ourselves.

GBRK...........

Many have difficulty in conceiving of One God in three forms (Father, Son, Holy Spirit) and many also have difficulty in believing in a Spiritual realm apart from and coexistent with the Physical realm that is so evident around us.

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The Trinity could be as simple as the Father created the human race
as a man and a woman only and they in return were to populate the earth.
In this way God showed his wish for a family type unit of Man, Woman child.
The Father didn't state his command of the method to procreate at that
time and after the party several things lead to the eviction of said tenants
which brought forth a promise from him a savior to atone for their sins.
The Father chose an immaculate virgin who he found never ending favor.
So the birth of the saviour was both man and God, conceived of the
Holy Spirit, not of the Father, in keeping with a family unit.

 

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