Non-religious folk get mad and irritable most of the time when a believer tries to preach the gospel (good news) to them. Been wondering lately; what could be so wrong with the good news?
A message about God, an omnipotent being
Who loves you, cares about you,
Who just wants to love you,
take away all your worries,
to give you eternal joy and peace
Sure, it probably sounds ridiculous and stupid. But seriously, it’s a great shot to a wonderfully perfect life. A great shot at healing all your heart’s ailments.
It will be like trying out a new drug for an incurable disease. Chances are, the drug would probably run out. People desperate to try it. But why is it not so for the gospel?
Why is it difficult for people to give God a chance? Why are so many reluctant to give this a try? You know, just to see what happens.
Don’t dismiss the idea of God with a baseless argument: as if you know everything about our universe. Unless you know all the nerves in your body by name, and what organ they innervate, you probably know very little. Which means you are probably not in a position to dismiss the existence of God.
Scientists and mathematicians are working tirelessly to prove that God doesn’t exist. None have been successful yet. Which is interesting because most people still believe God doesn’t exist. Because they can’t touch him, see him or feel him. Based on that argument, air probably also doesn’t exist. I hope you get my point.
There is absolutely no harm in giving God a chance. Just give it a try. And I promise you’ll be pleasantly surprised with what you’ll find. What you’ll learn and how you’ll feel. Don’t be too quick to dismiss the idea of the omnipotent God.
It’s better to have tried and failed than to have never tried at all.
What could be terrible about the good news? I see no harm in trying out a philosophy/religion that aims to bring you peace, love and success. There is no part where you are a loser in this equation.