The case for God (1)
“He never left them without evidence of himself.” Ac 14:17 NLT
Do you believe there is a God who made all things, including you? Yes? Then you’re blessed. On the other hand, if you don’t believe in God, try to make an eye, an ear, or a brain. Only make one…from nothing! Or create a flower that can produce nectar which can be collected by bees you made and make them transform it into honey for you to eat. You breathe in life-giving oxygen released by trees, then you breathe out carbon dioxide giving the trees what they need for their survival. Brilliant, right? And since atheists believe all this came into being without an intelligent guiding power—there was no “mind” behind creation—imagine having your brain removed and then being asked to create it. Perhaps that’s why the majority of people in a Newsweek poll said they believe in God. So, what about the tiny 3 to 5 percent who claim to be atheists? Are they just smarter than the rest of us, or are they missing some apparent evidence? An atheist is defined as someone who doesn’t believe in God. But since it is impossible to prove scientifically that something doesn’t exist, atheists can’t know for sure that there is no God. Their view is based solely on the lack of evidence. However, believing there is no God doesn’t mean one does not exist. The Bible says, “He never left them without evidence of himself and his goodness. For instance, he sends you rain and good crops and gives you food and joyful hearts” (v. 17 NLT). The “evidence” is all around us. God’s existence can be proved. And you can have a personal relationship with Him!