I was watching a video yesterday, and it bordered around discussions of faith, especially the christian faith. Many of the discussants gave up on their faith when questions arose, and they were okay with it. This reminded me of a time in my life, about two years ago when my faith started to waver because I had questions. So many questions about God, Jesus and the world, constantly wondering if He really existed. I thought my questions would never be answered, that it was absurd to question my religion, and I almost gave up believing but in the end, I was undoubtedly proven wrong.
It is okay, quite normal to have questions, you won’t be normal if you didn’t. We are humans, and have been blessed with reason, so we are naturally curious especially when we can’t see what we believe in. It’s not okay however to wallow in your questions and not purposefully look for answers. This is when doubt starts to creep in, and in order to doubt your doubts, you need to have solid answers. Remember, even satan knows the bible, and he’ll use it against you. Why not use it against him instead.
There are evidences that God exists everywhere, there are historical evidences that prove Jesus existed too. So, if you have been wandering and doubting, and would like to get answers to some of your questions, leave a comment. If I have an answer, I’ll write a detailed reply. If I don’t, I’ll let you know, do some research, ask other people, and get some. Maybe others in the comment section can help us out too. You might even be able to help someone, so ask away.
Below are some books I’m currently reading that are providing insightful understanding of my faith.
And most importantly,
This ageless book contains all meaningful facts about our world, morals and faith. Reading it constantly makes me less naive about why things happen.
I’ve come to realize that my faith in God isn’t blind or misguided, it is supported by staggering evidences. I just have to open my eyes to see them.