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God is Real

I've often had conversations about how we know God is real, about how we know His spirit lives, about how we know we are spiritual beings in human form (not the other way around). The answers lie in the beginning starting with the living spirit of God and how the world began.

God is Real. He's a living breathing spirit, an organism. God is love.

I often wonder how it is that some people think the opposite though. That the world began with a bang, a big bang, a black hole, whatever else they want to call it. The question I always raise to such a "theory" is, how was love created? How was flesh, blood, bones, or our souls created? What I mean by soul is that part of us that perceives "silently" what we do, think, believe, feel, and our mind, our will, our intellect, our emotions. Science or no bang or hole of any sort can explain that. If science can indeed come up with an explanation that does not include God, then let me know. In fact, let us all know.

No man can explain logically how flesh and blood were created without acknowledging God being the creator. It's impossible simply because God is The God of the unimaginable, the impossible, the extraordinary. He's the alpha and the omega. The first and the last. The beginning and the end.  So don't rely on science because science cannot explain it. We must realize that certain things just can't be explained. Only God knows. That's why He's God and we're not. Simple, but not really.

God is real, because to say He isn't real means to say that some other being, person, or entity created the world right? Created us right? Then if that's the case then who was he, she, it? Please tell me, tell us.

No big bang -- "God created the heavens and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters" (Genesis 1:1/2). Yes, that's right. The spirit of God. Now, need I say more?

God is Real, people.


  1. I believe God is real. Did you see that movie "God is not Dead?" Great movie. I'm with you. Unless somebody can prove that He's not real, He's real. :-)

  2. Hey Greta (lol),
    No I haven't seen that movie (yet). I intend to though.

  3. LOL I think you'll like it. It's probably on DVD. It's God's not Dead.

  4. I'll watch it and I'll report back to you, my dear.


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