God made the beautiful curves and slopes of this earth, with mountains, and canyons, cliffs and rolling hills.
He also made the curves on your body; the slope from point to point. You, in your entirety, are also His creation. How could you not find that so beautiful?
The most beautiful thing
is that He knows
what you are about to tell Him
He still listens.
Jesus is amazing.
You can not prove or fail to prove the existence of God. The Bible even says that we must accept by faith the fact that God exists: “And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him. “(Hebrews 11:6). If God so desired, He could simply appear and prove to the whole world that He exists. But if He did that, there would be no need for faith. “Then Jesus told him, “Because you have seen me, you have believed; blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.” (John 20:29).
Looking at the stars, understanding the vastness of the universe, observing the wonders of nature, seeing the beauty of a sunset, the sun - all these things point to a Creator God. If these things were not enough, there is also evidence of God in our own hearts, this is the cause of people feel empty. Ecclesiastes 3:11 tells us: “… [He] set eternity in the human heart …”. There is something in the depths of our being which recognizes that there is something beyond this life and someone beyond this world. We can deny this knowledge intellectually, but God’s presence in us and through us will still be there.
How do I know God exists? I know that God exists because I talk to Him every day. I do not hear Him speak to me “an audibly,” but I feel His presence, feel His leading, I know His love, desire His grace. Things happened in my life so that there is no explanation other than God. God saved me and changed my life so miraculous that I can only acknowledge and praise His existence. None of these arguments can persuade anyone who refuses to accept what is so clear. In the end, God’s existence must be accepted by faith (Hebrews 11:6). No matter what, he is, and he wants you believe.