Why not appear to us in some way and prove it? What has it been, 2000 years since we've seen evidence? I know this sounds condeming, but I really want to know why there is no true evidence. Anyone?
Asked by Anonymous at 4:05 PM on Mar. 11, 2009 in Religion & Beliefs
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For one thing, God doesn't insist that we worship Him, that's why He gave us a free will. It's our choice. He is God whether we acknowledge Him or worship Him. He wants us to fellowship with Him and He gives us the privilege to do so.
There have been times in the past that God has revealed Himself more "visibly" to people. Yet, in spite of these repeated demonstrations of His love, guidance, and power, they still refused to trust Him. These events, found in the books of Exodus and Numbers, show that God's further revealing Himself to us would have no greater effect on our ability to trust Him. For were God to interact in a similar fashion with all of the people living today, we would respond no differently than did those Israelites...our sinful hearts are the same as theirs.