Is God Real?

Scripture: Psalms 14:1 NKJ -  The fool has said in his heart,  “There is no God.”

Many adult men and women profess to be saved and have spent nearly their whole lives sitting on a church pew, singing, praising the Lord, and reading scripture; yet, they seek answers to questions such as “Is God real? Was Jesus born of a virgin? The questions continue in the 21 century. Perhaps, your response and my answers are similar. Yes, God is real. He saved my soul by the washing of regeneration, and not by works of righteousness which I ‘ve done but according to His mercy; He saved me. I have His indwelling Spirit, which guides me; His Spirit transforms me from the inside out – enabling me to serve and obey Him. My God has always existed, and the Holy Bible bears witness from the words “in the beginning,” God created the heavens and the earth. The mere complexity of the universe points to a Designer who not only created our universe but sustained it from then until today.

My life is changed. I now live an undefeated life in Christ Jesus, begotten Son of God. For, I was once blind, by sin, but now through Christ Jesus, my sins have been dealt with at the cross I am no longer God’s enemy; therefore, there is no condemnation against those in Jesus by faith, and His love has made me whole and free from the bondage of sin. His righteousness is imputed to me just by believing in Christ’s finished work on Calvary. My life is a living testimony of God’s genuine realness to humanity. It is a journey of grace and love, Spirit and truth.

I recall an old hymn sang decades past, and its’ lyric is fresh in my mind. The songwriter use lyrics  such as:

Yes, God is real
I can feel Him in my soul
For He has washed and made me whole
His love for me is just like pure gold

Prayer: Yes, my God is real. For, I’m saved from the penalty of sin. My salvation is wrought by the precious blood of the Father’s begotten Son. I have access to God’s Holy Word, bound together in 66 books called the Holy Bible --  which helps me grow, trust and obey Him who came that I may have life more abundantly. In Christ

(by Novella D. Carpenter)

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