I didn’t always believe in God. I grew up in church, I knew my prayers were sometimes answered, but I wanted to do my own thing. I wanted to sin and do it my way. So I get that. I used to make fun of people who were Christians, and called them crazy. So now today, nearly 11 years after giving my life to Jesus Christ, I wonder why people don’t believe He exists. The evidence of God is all around us. The way the human body works so intrinsically together so that we don’t implode and die. The way the atmosphere around us doesn’t instantaneously kill us upon breathing in. How is it that the air is made so perfectly that we can breathe it in, and it nourishes us and keeps us alive? How is it that we can drink water and it hydrates us so perfectly? How is it that the food created on this earth is so perfectly designed that we can ingest it, digest it, and then eliminate it so perfectly? How is it that the earth hangs in the air and doesn’t just fly through space uninhibited? How is it that we aren’t burnt to a crisp by the sun, and that the sun is the perfect distance away from us that we don’t burn up nor do we freeze? Job 26:7 “He spreads out the northern skies over empty space; He suspends the earth over nothing.” How is that??
Just because someone says that God doesn’t exist doesn’t make it so. There are many people walking around that sometimes I wonder if they have a brain. I mean, I can’t see their brain, so they must not have one, right? However, the evidence is there that they do indeed have a brain. They are walking, they are talking, they are blinking their eyes, they are breathing. There is clear evidence that this person does indeed have a brain, but I can’t see it. I simply have faith that they do have a brain.
Yes, over the years people have done MRI’s to prove that the brain does exist in some people, but not all people have had an MRI to prove they in fact DO have a brain. So do they? Or don’t they?