waiting for God

Ever since I was old enough to understand the concept of faith I waited for some kind of religious epiphany to come. I heard about God in movies and read about him in books, but never knew why we don’t talk about him at home. So I asked my mom, why we don’t pray, who is God and was Jesus really his son. She said that in our family we don’t believe God exist. That was shocking for me. When someone talked about God on the television they knew he did exist. I was confused.

I felt like something was missing. What If God existed and I was missing out on spiritual enlightenment? As I grew older I read the Bible and I started to part with the image of God being a man in the sky. I did wanted to find God, but I couldn’t believe the Bible. I don’t mean to disrespect anyone who does. Faith is a gift I don’t have. I don’t think you need an organized religion to connect with your spirituality. The Bible was written by men and so were the rules.

The truth is I don’t know what I will feel when I finally find him or if I ever will. And who knows maybe one day I will be satisfied with my life enough to stop searching for him.

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3 thoughts on “waiting for God

  1. I believe that ‘God’ is just another word for Love. That is what we need to put our faith in and it is also what we should portray to others!
    Sometimes it’s difficult. But we can’t move forwards if we can’t forgive and let go.

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  2. The Bible was written by men, yes, inspired of God. Our Creator made us to want and need Him by putting something of Himself inside each of us– a soul. I pray you will search for Him with all of your heart! He loves you with all of His.

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