God Is Not Real

 Real Confrontation

Many people believe that God is not real, but let’s take a look. The following is a translated video:

A barber takes care of a client; once he is finished, this happens:
Client: “Thank you for your work; may God bless you.”
Barber: “I don’t believe God exists.”
Client: “Why do you say that, my friend?”
Barber: “That’s easy; because the moment you go out to the street, you see there is so much suffering, illness, so many abandoned children, and if there were a God, then he wouldn’t allow all the world suffering.” However, the moment the client saw a male with long hair, he had the answer.
Client: “Did you know barbers do not exist?
Barber: “Then, what am I?”
Client: “If barbers existed, there wouldn’t be people with long hair.”
Barber: “Barbers like myself do exist. The problem is that people don’t come to me.”
Client: “Exactly. That is the problem. God does exist. The problem is that people don’t go to him, which is why the world is full of misery.”

Reflection

          This scene opens our eyes to reality. A reality that people do not see.

Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened.”


(Mathew 7:7&8)

This biblical verse explains it all. If one does not seek God, one shall expect absolutely nothing.

Note: When someone tells you something like the barber did, don’t retaliate, don’t argue but think of a smart feedback like this man did. Otherwise, walk away.

Confrontation:

3 Responses

  1. Feji ben says:

    I must say that you have done a great job on this article as it has been of help to me and I know it would be of great help to the public as well.yeah alot of bad things has been happening to people and places and that has made many people think that there is no God….but when you take your time and analyse things then you will be surprised that God has been helping us all along….

    Everyone has the  freedom to think what the fell like so if someone think there is no God just give them the proofs and let them figure it out

  2. Lily says:

    A fascinating theory and a very nice story but I still don’t believe it. Not because the whole evil and good thing or that people don’t ask, so therefore they don’t see him. Simply because I can’t believe in hearsay, that has been tampered with over thousands of years (often for political or control reasons)

    Please don’t get me wrong. The sentiments and lessons are a wonderful uplifting glue, that make social behaviour a positive and enjoyable experience but for that I don’t have to believe that there is a God.

    I remember a game we played as children, it was called Chinese whispers. It was a lot of fun. We would all sit in a circle and someone would whisper a sentence into the ear of the child next to them and that child was supposed to pass the exact sentence on to the next child. I’ve never heard the original sentence make it back to the first child. It’s so funny to hear how that simple sentence becomes changed as it is passed on.

    I respect your belief and honour your dedication. It just doesn’t have a place in my life. We are very happy and content.

    Lily

  3. Wayne says:

    Your headline had me a little worried when I read it.  Sadly, there are many out there who would have us believe just that… “There is no God” because there is so much evil (bad stuff) in the world.

    When looked at another way, this so-called problem actually proves there IS a God and that He really does love us.  

    What people don’t realize is that in order for love to exist there also has to be a propensity for evil or what some would call hate.  You can’t have one without the other.  If we can’t love then we can’t hate.  If we can’t hate then we don’t have the ability to commit evil acts.

    God could have created people that didn’t sin (do anything wrong) but the downside of that is that we would not have “free will”.  We would not be able to choose right from wrong and there would be no such thing as meaningful relationships.  We would essentially be like programmed robots doing only good and not really knowing the difference.

    Quite frankly? We would be living in a pretty boring world, I think.

    A better explanation of this subject can be found at a website called “Got Questions” in an article called “Why Does God Allow Evil?”  along with other info around this topic.

    I think it’s exciting that there is a God we can know and that He has given us “Free Will” so that we can know the difference between “Love and Hate”, “Good and evil”.

    Wayne

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