"Many lose religion and find naturalism. I lost religion but found God. I lost God but found Jesus, finding God all over again in a whole new way. I certainly did not arrive at this destination with ease. Arguments were made for and against the divine hand that led me to the intersection of belief and cynicism. At this intersection lay a gap in the road. On the mystery of time, life, purpose, and truth, it is only by faith that any ideology be surmised. Should a particular ideology reach the destination of proof, there would be no fork in the road, just one continuous road that we all travel with proof as our destination. But on the question of life’s meaning, there will always be unknowns, as there is a leap of faith in truly believing in anything. For something in which there is no proof, it all amounts to a decision: will we consider the miraculous?
Where Are You, Lord?»