Why is it so hard for some people to believe in God? the Answers would probably be linked to personal, social, and possibly some intellectual reasons. Let’s explore this in more detail…
What is the reasoning that leads to belief in God? When talking to an atheist, trying to prove the existence of God using the Bible will not be considered a valid argument. Sometimes, the only way to convince a person of God’s existence is through pure logic. How would one respond to an atheist’s claim that there is no God? A belief in God is a process based on three types of reasons.
God’s supernatural power resides in every Christian, but it requires a submitted and sanctified life in order to partake of it. The outworking of that power—the fruit that is produced—is the hallmark of a true disciple.
Over the last several months, we have been examining what it means to “love” God. Our conclusion was that to love Him means “being totally given over to Him,” “relinquishing our wills and our lives to Him,” and “putting Him first in everything we do.” When we love God like this (being open and cleansed vessels), not only will His Love be able to come forth from our hearts, but also His supernatural power. This power is what enables us to become sanctified, to partake of His Life, to overcome the world, the flesh and the devil, and finally, to produce “fruit.”