TITLE: Do you believe God exists?
By Mark E Crossley
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You are not alone if you are still unconvinced of believing that Jesus Christ still exists 2000 years on. Everyone believes in something even if it is their own self.
There are atheists that cannot prove there is no God, pantheists that cannot prove everything is God, pragmatists that cannot prove that what will count for them in the future is what works for them now, agnostics cannot prove one way or the other but just by disbelieving you cannot make God go away and finally there are Christians that believe that God is living and exists today and can provide evidence.
Where do you stand? Do you believe that what has been; what is, and is to come affects your eternal life based on your current beliefs? The bible says “What’s to be decided is the evidence and who or what we are willing to believe in”.
Each of us has a choice after looking at the arguments for and against God. Do you perceive the world was created by God or the big bang theory?
Space has no beginning and no end, it goes on and on. We find this hard to take in because our minds are limited. We can only understand what we can see and know but God is far greater than our mind can take in. It is true to say God is the one unchanging factor in an ever changing world unless you have found something I have not.
He knows what would happen yesterday, today and tomorrow in the world and we do not but we must surely believe in God then. I believe and know that God is alive today and although I cannot see him with my eyes I know deep within me and you HE is there waiting to fill that space. Nothing else will and only time will tell.
If God does exist who would you turn to in the hard times, yourself or a friend. Where would the world or we be if there was no God that is in existence? Is that your final answer? Use the three life lines if you need them. Take as much time as you need but God wants an answer today. God Bless you!.
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