You Can’t Prove God Exists

Don’t worry about proving God’s existence, because no one can disprove it.

Sometimes we think we can prove God exists, but it just can’t be done, at least not in the scientific sense. You can’t stick God under a microscope or view Him through a telescope, because God is Spirit. No one has actually seen God (John 1:18).

On the other hand, no one can disprove God’s existence. If someone says that God doesn’t exist because you can’t prove it in a scientific experiment, then you must also conclude that love doesn’t exist, because you can’t scientifically prove that, either.

But love does exist, because there’s evidence. We see the effect of love on the world and in our lives. The same goes for God. We know He exists because we can see the perfect order of the universe. We can feel His presence in our hearts. We can see the evidence of God’s involvement in the world and in every detail of our lives.

They can clearly see his invisible qualities–his eternal power and divine nature. Romans 1:20

Posted on June 8, 2014, in Daily Devotionals. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I have this conversation on a fairly regular basis with my “far to intelligent to be Christian” atheist friends. They do not get how I can have faith in something that cannot be proven.

    It is funny. I can make just as logical argument for the existance of a higher power as they can for the universe and everything in it just randomly popping into existance. They some how think that science has proven God does not exist. My argument is that if you eliminate all other posibilities (and there is no rational explanation as to how the universe, with all of its detail and intricacy, could just “happen) whatever remains no matter how unlikey you feel it is must be the truth.

    They will say sure there may be a great intelligence out there somewhere but how can you prove he cares about you?

    This is where I always have to say… I can’t. You cannot prove a personal God to anyone… you have to experience Him.

    I have subscribed to your blog as I have found your posts to be thought provoking.

    Wow… six kids. People think I am nuts for having five.

    God Bless.


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