God planted proof of his existence on the pages of history, in His workmanship of nature, and the artistry of the skies above us. We read of His faithfulness and how He tends to care for His people since the beginning of recorded history to this point in time. We discover nourishment for our bodies wrap around in plants, animals, and minerals. The stars He hung in the heavens above are use by sailors for directions to navigate and sail from one country to another. When we glance around us we are able to find God’s fingerprint on this planet or a signpost of his dwelling above the skies and beyond.

However, it takes eagerness to see Him, an open mind to look for Him, and an open sensitive heart to accept him, and an unselfish life to follow Him.

Even people who do not want to believe in Him, use the mind He gave them to deny His existence. The arguments they provide and the logic they use, in the end comes from His grace. When we look into all the Gods created by man, not one of them has stood the test of time. They last solely as long as their creators pass into the darkness of emptiness.

The Creator, the God who is God, spoke through a Psalmist and said, “The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands. Day after day…and night after night…there is no language where their voice is not heard.”

Men could speak and argue, lecture and labor, write and work to erase the existence of the true and only  God, but there is no way they will reach into the heavens and hide His stars.


The heavens proclaim the glory of God. The skies display his craftsmanship. Day after day they continue to speak; night after night they make him known. They speak without a sound or word; their voice is never heard. Psalm 19:1-3


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