Yesterday Yw, made a post which sent us into thought, (he does that so well), and we continued the argument here on the blog site last night, but I believe that we still have more to say on this subject so I believe that instead of writing a new post I would continue the discussion today. Everyone’s views is important and ought to give it, the subject brought our peeper New Name, and mek MTH get whey inna speech and views. So let us continue. Below I found this article on the internet and also I have brought over Yw, post onto this page. Mek we go on the journey, the same journey Yw invite us on and see where it takes us.
How can I know if God exists?
Most people in the world think that some type of God exists. But there are still a lot of people that say “There is no God” – but how can you be certain?
Proving that something doesn’t exist is impossible – all a person can truthfully say is that the thing in question probably doesn’t exist based on the evidences they have seen or heard. But this does not prove that the thing doesn’t exist.
An atheist is actually believing by faith that there is no God rather than believing by proof! The only other option is to agree that there is a possibility that outside of their understanding a God could exist but that they have seen no convincing arguments for God. However to say this infers that in the future there is a possibility that they could hear or see a convincing argument for the existence of God.
There are many different evidences that point to the fact that a God exists. A few of them are on this page – they don’t prove 100% that God exists but they do make it very very likely.
If there is a small chance that God does exist then we should really try to find out more about Him and whether he exists as our whole eternal future will depend on what this God thinks towards us.
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Obara Meji is a spiritualist, Ifa-Orisa practitioner, and teacher of metaphysics. Since 2011 she has used her online platform to share her personal experiences to those seeking answers about spirituality. Her teachings will expand into short stories, novels, and public speaking to continue her mission of bringing enlightenment to the world.