From the creation of the world, God’s invisible qualities, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly observed in what He made. – Romans 1:20
Since the beginning of time, humankind has sought out God, an innate longing for a higher power, creator and judge. Cave walls, carvings, stone formations, hieroglyphs, and illuminations – all evidence of man’s earliest desire, understanding and connection to a supreme and spiritual being. It has only been in the last few centuries that man has denied this inherent bond to the Creator. With the wisdom we gained, many established themselves as their only God.
In the absence of ultimate authority, there is no right or wrong, none to hold us to account, no soul to guide us other than where we alone choose to go. However, denial does not mean that the belief makes it true. We can deny the wind, but none can repudiate its invisible power and the evidence of objects moved in its path. One has only to seek God for Him to be found; to see the evidence of His moving around us, among us, and within us. Is there a God? Test Him and see.