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I believe that there is a God and that God created everything in the universe My belief in God was centered around the affirmation my parents gave me when I was a little girl but when I grew up I clearly saw that the awesome earth and universe we live in could not have come from nothing The fact that the universe exist is so self evident that there is a God that God really doesnt need anymore proof of His existence To deny that there is a maker to this universe is denying our senses If people would just consider that something cannot come from nothing the picture of God would be clear All around us there are creations and those creations have makers For example A baby is created by a female parent and a male parent If the universe just happened then why cant a baby just pop up out of nowhere Every effect has to have a cause Every effect we see in nature had a cause which means something or someone had to cause that effect to happen Therefore I see the creation of the universe as this since the universe exists and something cant come from nothing then something or someone has always existed The second reason I believe in God is because matter has no intelligence It is a obvious to me as it is to any Atheist that a tree cannot turn itself in to a chair or that a lump of coal can turn itself into a diamond ring A creator a maker turns trees into chairs and coal into diamond rings Therefore it takes a mind of a creator to turn dead objects into useful items I truly believe it is more sensible to believe in the bibles truth that In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth then to believe in the alternative suggestion that in the beginning dead matter or nothing
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