Does God Exist?

Does God exist? Some people are looking for God, but they get confused as to what they are looking for. Evidence for the existence of God is available for anyone who wants to learn. The universe as well as microbiology show us that an eternal Creator interacts in this world. Then where is our Creator?  How does he interact with human beings? Romans 1:20 says, “For his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made. So they are without excuse.” When we look at this universe, we can learn many divine attributes about the Creator who made everything, from the micro to the macro, from DNA to all the many galaxies. God is powerful, intelligent, life-giving, and personal. 

In addition to evidence found in creation, we also find evidence in good philosophy (logic) and historical documents. Creation offers evidence from design to intelligence, from matter to non-matter, from non-living things to living things, and from microbiology to the entire realm of the cosmos. More evidence is found in several other categories such as cosmology, teleology, the invisible human mind, the greatest good, the problem of pain and suffering, absolute truth, the moral law, Jesus Christ the Son of God, fulfilled prophecy, and the personal testimony of millions of believers, including the Twelve Disciples mentioned in the the Books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.

Ancient books throughout the ages offer significant insight into historical truth. Many, many pieces of written evidence affirm the existence of a divine intelligent Being. If you really care to find out what people have discovered, then take your pick and begin learning, using a higher level of reason. I continue to enjoy learning what people say about cosmology, teleology, the moral law, and the problem of pain and suffering. I like to find out what people are concerned about today. I also find it very helpful to examine objections people might have such “Why do people suffer?” The simple answer is because we live in a fallen world where we have the freedom to make choices. We are supposed to use our freedom to praise God for making this amazing Earth, a good place for us to live.

I encourage you to seriously consider who made the universe. Ask God in prayer to reveal Himself to you. I know you will gain a fresh new look at this world once you believe our Heavenly Father will show you His divine nature, His personal interactions, and His good work. From century to century, many church fathers have made a strong case with compelling evidence that points to this: God does indeed exist, and He is a personal God. He loves you with an everlasting love.

Here is an article, “16 Ways To Show God Exists”:

https://ladyapologist.com/2018/05/18/16waystoshowgodexists/

Published by @hmschuldt

Heather Marie Schuldt a Christian Counselor and an author of several fiction and non-fiction books, including a young adult science fiction mystery, "Cindy Sailor and the Hunt for Owen" (2021) and a workbook for creative writers called "Writers 750 Emerald Workbook." She co-authored an award winning fantasy novella, "Gryffon Master," with five authors in 2015. She published six Giant Tales anthologies with over fifty authors in 2013 and 2014. She began studying apologetics in 2016, served as the president of student government, and graduated with a master's degree in 2019 and a PhD in 2022. She is the founder of the Writers 750 Program which began in 2012. She is a Certified Therapist in cognitive behavior therapy and loves to help people learn new life skills. She is happily married with three grown children and enjoys riding her bicycle.

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