“How do we know that God exists?” That is one question everyone has asked at some time in their life. Of course God is not a material thing that we can study in science. It requires faith to believe in God. We can’t prove that God exists… or can we?
I was thinking recently; when a scientist, whether creationist or not mentions forces, what do they say? They say forces are things we cannot see, but we know they exist. If one would ask: “How do we know they exist?”, the reply would be that we know they exist because we feel them all around us, and we see the effects of them every day.
That’s the way God is. We can’t see God, therefore we cannot truly scientifically prove he exists. We can however, see the results of God’s existence all around us, and we can feel God when he moves. If you haven’t felt him, perhaps you haven’t tried hard enough.
Let’s suppose you went into space where there dwelt beings that lived where there was no gravitational force (supposing that such a place exists). When you tell the people there about Gravity, they laugh at you and say: “I don’t believe it. That’s impossible!”
Perhaps this sounds a little silly, but to someone who has never felt God, the existence of God seems just as impossible as Gravity would to beings who had never felt it.
Of course, whether or not you have felt God’s presence, there’s no denying the effects of God’s existence. I mean, just look at the world, how complex and well designed it is. Could this have actually happened by chance without the intervention of an almighty God?
Anyone who believes that is truly without excuse!