The idea that God is a myth and cannot be understood because He cannot be seen is one of the leading stumbling blocks among Christians. God lives in a dimension that is not observable with the naked eye, but there are many invisible utilities that benefit men every day. Electricity, for example, is man’s best friend and yet only the results of electricity can be observed. One way to prove that God is a Reality is to observe the material world He has made. Only a chump could deny the intelligent design necessary to create such a universe. Paul, the apostle, said something similar, “There are things about God that people cannot see—his eternal power and all that makes him God. But since the beginning of the world, those things have been easy for people to understand. They are made clear in what God has made.”(Ro.1:20)
The second way to prove God is a Reality is to trace Bible prophecy. We don’t have to see God to hear what he says. 25% of the Bible was predicted a future event or activity at the time it was written. Of approximately 1000 Bible prophecies, more than half have been literally fulfilled. Over 300 predictions regarding the life and times of Jesus Christ were foretold before He was born. The life of Jesus has been validated in both religious as well as secular history, and archeology. All remaining Bible prophecies are being fulfilled in the generations that are alive today. From the geographical restoration of Israel to the new geopolitical alignment of European nations, from chaotic weather conditions to the global increase in earthquakes. The exponential growth in knowledge, technology, and travel are all Bible predictions dating back thousands of years and are coming to pass in this generation.
The most rewarding way to prove God is Reality is to take advantage of the many promises He has made to those that will believe Him. A promise is only as reliable as the person that made it. “Abraham felt sure that God was able to do what he promised. He never doubted that God would do what he promised. He never stopped believing.”(Ro.20-21) There are two requisites needed to receive the promises of God. First, you must know what they are; and secondly, you must use the faith you've been given. “We don’t want you to be lazy. We want you to be like those who, because of their faith and patience, will get what God has promised.”(Heb 6:12) Will you prove God's Certainty and take advantage of all the promises God has provided especially for you? For more about the Reality of God, read “Beam me up Commander” it's free.