If the universe with its trillions of galaxies and an unknowable number of stars and the irrefutable laws of physics and mathematics which control and govern it are not enough evidence to convince you that God exists, then look in the mirror and consider the complexity and supernatural intelligent design of your physical being.
Your eyes alone are two miracles that defy understanding in human terms. So too is your DNA, your brain, and your ability to reason. Where did that come from? And where do you think you get your sense of right and wrong, good and evil, and your longing to make sense of it all? A creator God, the God who reveals himself in the Bible, is the designer, the author of all that is. Everything we see around us are the evidence of the Creator, God. That’s how you can be sure God exists. The evidence is overwhelming. God has revealed himself in the creation, nature, the Scriptures, in Jesus Christ, and, most specifically, in human life. When we understand that we, each one of us, is made in the image of God, we can begin to know this God of the Bible.
Beyond observation, the best way is to get to know the God of the Bible is to ask God to reveal himself in your life in some tangible way. Then wait and see how he reveals himself to you. Talking to God and listening to him is what is known as prayer. This may seem too simple, but millions down through the ages have discovered that prayer is the best way to encounter God.
In the New Testament letter to the Christians in Rome, Paul, an apostle of Jesus wrote this about God:
”for his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, and the things that have been made. So, they (people asking your question) are without excuse.”Romans 1:20
Clearly, God is ever-present, and we can experience and know him if we take time to seek him. The choice to believe that God exists is up to you. More importantly, believing that Jesus, God’s son, paid the penalty for your sin is an important first step in obtaining the promises that this God of the Bible has made to all of us–peace in this life and eternity with Him. The decision is one of the mind and the heart, as it is not for lack of evidence. Choose wisely as your eternal destiny depends on the choice you make. If you would like to learn more about how to enter into a life-changing relationship with God, please read our post, How does one become a Christian?