On Believing In A Higher Power And Purpose


In today’s world, societal trends frequently portray belief in God as old-fashioned, associating it with losers or an inferior mindset. There is a dominant narrative that rejects God and the supernatural, viewing skepticism as a modern and fashionable stance. This contrast reflects a cultural shift in which the cool and contemporary are often aligned with the godless, secular perspectives. This overshadows the profound depth and richness that spiritual beliefs can offer in navigating the complexities of the human experience. The Bible insists that only a fool ever says in their heart, “There is no God.”

Common sense should tell us that it is safer to align with the Holy Bible, which has been battle-tested and time-tested, than with the opinions of some people going through a mid-life crisis. Opinions that change and shift every few years. It is important to believe in something bigger than oneself. The acknowledgment of a higher power is a pivotal aspect of mental and emotional well-being. In contrast to a godless worldview, which quickly leads to lust, greed, corruption, and all evil deeds, a study of history reveals that the greatest minds, most powerful figures, and wealthiest people never declared, “There is no God.”

In the fast-paced, modern world where the pursuit of success and fulfillment can be all-consuming, the practice of acknowledging God brings balance and critical perspectives. It serves as a reminder that, amidst our ambitions, there’s a higher purpose that provides a foundation for mental and emotional resilience. It’s an admission that there are aspects of our existence that transcend the material and the tangible. An admission that we are perishable and frail. Weaklings that cannot save themselves from abominable deeds. There is nothing cool or superior about insisting, “There is no God.”


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