Is there a God? Is there a God? Is there a God? Is there a God? Is there a God?
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Most Helpful Girl
Yes, he exist every single day of our lives. He is not within the jurisdiction of time like we are, and he knows our hearts and what's in our minds. He always pursues us, but we neglect to pursue him. When we think we won't make it, he gives us hope and purpose, because he knows how cruel and dangerous this world is. When your financially unstable and you have no other way to provide for you family, he makes a way out of no way. It may not be what you want or expect, but he gives you what you need. When you think turning to the left while walking down the street is wise, he will warn you someway [either by sensing it, feeling it, or hearing his voice] to not do it. But we tend to ignore him, and go left, meanwhile you've put yourself in danger because you didn't heed to his warnings. I had that happen to me years ago, and it taught me a valuable lesson to listen to him. When I was struggling so badly in high school, I was told I may not graduate in time or I will be forced to get a GED. Something I did NOT want to happen. I had regents exams I needed to pass, and math is my worse subject. Every time I take it I get closer to a passing grade, but still failed. Do you not know how depressing and frustrating that feels? One the test day for Algebra, I finished the exam, but I just simply gave up. I was physically, emotionally, mentally, spiritually and psychologically tired. I was weary. I just to God that whatever happens, happens and I no longer do everything by myself [mind you this was my mistake and flaw growing up as a child], and said I give it all up to him and leave the situation in his hands. I already had a strong feeling I failed... AGAIN.
Then at summer school towards this day, I was called in to the office of my assistant principle to tell me how I did on the exams taken. You know what he said? Mind you it's been 7 years and I still have a hard time believing it but can. He said "Congratulations Ms. [my surname], your going to graduate at the end of summer school. You passed your regents." Now before anybody claims this story as a lie. My GPA average is less then 2.0, because of how my last h. s before transferring screwed me over. My math scores were horrid. I was truant from school because I was sick. Classes I should had have in my last school they didn't have, so that was why I was in summer school for my new h. s. I have my transcript with grades to prove it. It was hell. No one was of any help. God made a way out of no way.0
Most Helpful Guy
The existence of a God makes more sense than believing in no God at all. If you look around, it takes life to create life, and we've never seen life form out of nothing or from any type of accident. The idea of a big bang creating life accidentally is a hypothesis and it doesn't make sense to me. As humans we reproduce, so do the plants and the animals. Trees make oxygen, the sun makes water vapor which turns into a cloud and although this isn't life everything makes something and whatever is made there's purpose to it. The sun making water vapor which then turns into a cloud to rain down on us to nourish us isn't accidental how can a Big Bang create something that supports life, by accident? This World was designed for life, from life, for life.
I believe in God because it makes more sense to believe in him then it does to not believe in him.4
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