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What would change for you if your god decided to prove it's existence clearly to

  1. denkmuskel profile image74
    denkmuskelposted 5 years ago

    What would change for you if your god decided to prove it's existence clearly to you?

    Stretch your mind a bit, if possible. I know that whole christian religion thing is base of faith and believe but imagine this might finally happen. What would it do or mean to you?

  2. vector7 profile image60
    vector7posted 5 years ago

    Faith does not mean God doesn't reveal Himself to us. It means we come to Him on His terms. He has proven Himself to me over and over during my life, otherwise I'd still be lost.

    What it means to me is everything, and it's why I'm devoted and loyal to Him. When Peter asked Christ to bid him to come to Jesus on the water if it was Him, Peter's first step was on faith. If Peter never stepped out of the boat then he could have summed it up to a trick...

    Stepping out of the boat is the first step, and you won't believe He is real until you are walking on the water yourself. It's up to the person to step out the boat before proof is able to be given.

    Faith isn't blind faith. If it were, Christ would have told people they don't need miracles, yet He told the Pharisees that if they didn't believe His words for the words sake, at least believe in Him because of the good works [miracles] He done so they could be saved.

    God is my everything.. BECAUSE when I searched for Him He has proven Himself to be there for me.

    And it means more than life to me.

  3. glmclendon profile image61
    glmclendonposted 5 years ago

    I have faith in God. Some people use their unbelief to mean disrespect. Christians do not have to do that. Nothing would change.

    My faith tells me nothing would change, but everything would be confrimed.

    I was uncomfortable with the writing of your question; He became you god, but He is my God. I oftent wonder why people think Christians must prove anything.

    If you choose not to believe that is your business. We will pray for you and keep moving forward.

    Stay Well

  4. ithabise profile image84
    ithabiseposted 5 years ago

    "But imagine this might finally happen." In the Christian faith if will finally happen and all, including those who now don't believe, will become believers! Even demons believe (James 2:19). But to answer the question: for the Christian, absolutely nothing would change. St. Augustine: "Faith is to believe in what you do not yet see; the reward for faith is to see what you have believed." My bet is with faith and a God who is very real beyond any doubt in my mind.

  5. eternals3ptember profile image61
    eternals3ptemberposted 5 years ago

    I'm pretty sure if the supreme creator of the universe, of all that exists, ever existed, and ever will exist, if He came down, I'd probably explode. Not joking. Seeing Him would probably kill a mortal.
    If I didn't die, I'd do WHATEVER he asked.

  6. ReneeDC1979 profile image60
    ReneeDC1979posted 5 years ago

    It is funny to me that you asked this question and then your description points directly to Christians.  But, I read your question again and if you say your god and then only put Christians in the description, you must be a believer as well.  So let me say my God is not just any god - He is the only God.  He is not an it's because that mean it is and there is no need for Him to prove His existence. I believe in Him; therefore He is.  I am not sure where you are going with this question.  But what is your answer?