There is one subject which always irritates me when I hear it. The subject is the prove of faith. To make it a little more clear, the reality in believing in a God because it is a fact that He exist. What am I trying to say?- it should be understood that there is a God and He is good before you approach the point of what you believe this God to be.
For an average Christian this point is conceivable. It’s not hard for them to take for granite the existence of God, especially after having several personal experiences in their lives to verify the point. Nevertheless to the modern Gentile, skeptical agnostic or atheist this simple pure fact of grasping a common existence of God is rather obscured. The point is clear with common sense to those who understand. (Reflective Scripture Thought Romans 1:19 & 20). However it is a little more difficult for those who struggle in their faith. I have compassion towards those in society who struggle with this concept. The problem arises to me when there seems to be an argument. Rather or not God exist or rather one is able to comprehend the fact should not be a point of argument. It is a valued art, the justification of one’s faith, not a prosecution in a courthouse debate.
For example when one considers the gathering of history towards the creation of the Bible it is fascinating. The mere point that something written within that much history of time of existence can be polished and presented in a modern understandable way. The words weren’t lost. They were not buried, destroyed in fire, confused and dissolved in ancient language and translation. The mere fact a document like the Bible is here today and exists is remarkable. We can argue or debate rather the meaning is clear of what it’s saying, but we should not argue the reality that it exists. This in itself is a monument of history for the human race.
The existence of God as well as the completion of His Word in the Holy Bible is clear unconfused knowledge. One should not lose the purity and innocence of this fact over a philosophical debate about information which one could not fully understand anyway. The argument of the fact which we cannot fully comprehend this is the issue that irritates me. Our compassion for the lost or witnessing to the souls whom Satan confused, now this is another matter all together; this moral does not frustrate me. This is something which I have given great sympathy too.