Is God still out there? What about taking a look at Jesus Christ?

What about God? Have you forgotten about Him? Is He still out there? or Has He disappeared? Plenty of people tell you that you’re wasting your time even thinking about God. They tell you that you’re a fool if you believe in God. Did you know that the Bible says the exact opposite: “The fool has said in his heart, There is no God” (Psalm 14:1). Two very different views – who’s right? Perhaps, it depends on how you set about looking for God. Many people ask the question, “Is God still out there?” – and they come to the conclusion, “No. I don’t think He is.” I wonder if there’s a better way of looking for God. What about looking at Jesus Christ? What about learning from Him? Jesus said, “The person who has seen Me has seen the Father” (John 14:9). Can Jesus help us to see more than a God who watches us “from a distance.” A God who watches us from a distance can be comforting, and He can be threatening. He watches us from a distance – if that’s all that we know about God, we don’t know what to think of Him. Does He like what He sees? That’s the question that keeps on nagging away at us. Can Jesus help us? Can He tell us a bit more about God – maybe even a lot more about Him? The Father – that’s what Jesus calls God. That’s a bit different from a faraway God, isn’t it? In the four Gospels, you can read more about Jesus, and learn more about God. Soon, you will that God is much more than a faraway God, who watches us from a distance!


One thought on “Is God still out there? What about taking a look at Jesus Christ?

  1. Thanks, Pure Glory, T F Thompson, Alex, Kristi Ann, Beholding Him Ministries, Faith Love Soul, Child of God, Isaiah, Cole, Ryan and Shell-Shell, for liking these notes. God bless each of you.

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