What is Life – Living Without God?

People nowadays are so entangled with the “World” and have no time for God. The demands of their needs are so overwhelming that attending to God is an extra burden to deal with. Another observation coming from a man saying; “it is too much of my time to go to Church and seek for the truth.”  People are at the age of “comfort and ease” where seeking is an additional burden to carry. We are in an age of disposables, fast food, fast computers- the internet, fast automobiles, fast travels and many other where the ease and comfort of having their needs are all easy and immediate to get. They feel like religion is out of fashion. By all of these, people treat the life around God as a hindrance to advance and by doing all things “freely.” In other words, God’s way makes a man think and meditate with Spiritual reason and values which are so hard to do. Sinful works are works of darkness. The wicked world keeps us far from this life as they can.

People think the other way around. Christ is hated because sin is loved. While we teach a man to give meaning to their lives by living a life around God, they see this as all waste of time. While we teach life is ultimately meaningless and have no hope or future without Christ, they see no immediate need for that. We teach the essence of life that we are so in need of life’s future, the hope of Salvation than a lonely stage with no audience, no one watching or caring. If Jesus Christ is not a savior of one’s life, their lives have no viable basis for hope!

Life is empty without God.  “Richard Dawkins denies the existence of God and if he is right, his opinion doesn’t actually matter. His words are merely the empty echoes of inanimate chemical reactions firing away in the evolving synapses of his brain.” If Carl Sagan was correct when he said, “the cosmos is all there is or was, or ever will be,” his words composed an epitaph of utter eternal despair” (Daryl Witmer- A life without Christ ).

God gives eternal life to those who believe.  To be in Christ is to be born again. This new birth is from heaven (John 1:12-13). It is the kind of birth the beginning of life; to be born again, is to begin to live anew. We must have a new nature, new principles, new affections, new aims. By our first birth we were corrupt, shapen in sin; therefore we must be made new creatures.  Our savior Jesus Christ came that we may have a life when He said in John 10:10“I come that they might have life and that they might have it more abundantly.” We have to be to Jesus to have life and be entirely different from what we were before. John 17:3 says; “And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent.” For a man to truly live, he must know our Lord Jesus Christ.

To think that man can live without God is to suppose a sunflower can continue to live without light or a rose without water. We, as children of God, is clearly admonished today: “If you seek him, he will be found by you.” This is such a profound principle that it is repeated throughout the Scriptures. The idea is that when we draw near to God, He reveals Himself to us. God does not hide from the seeking heart. Deuteronomy 4:29 says; “But if from thence thou shalt seek the LORD thy God, thou shalt find him, if thou seek him with all thy heart and with all thy soul.” Life without God is empty and without a purpose. To live a life without a purpose is meaningless. Let’s be happy and be optimistic about the promise that there will be life eternal for those who follow and obey God’s Word. Remember, our Lord Jesus gave that as a promise to you! (John 14:1)

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