Do you believe in God?

You can't see Neptune and bacteria, but they exist. Neptune  is invisible to the naked eye because of its extreme distance from Earth. Bacteria  are invisible to the naked eye because very small organisms. Using a telescope, can you see Neptune? Can the bacteria  be seen clearly under your microscope? You can't see air, but it is all around you. Balloons, balls, and plastic bags can be used to collect air. Do you believe that air is really there? You never saw great-great-grandfather. Do you believe that you have great-great-grandfather? You believe what you can see.  You don't believe in God because you can't see him.  Understanding of the laws of nature  gives us many advantages, improves our life. No one knows how big the universe really is. No one knows how many planets there are in the universe.  Is earth a grain of sand in the universe? Is there life on other planets? Some people who believe that God and the universe are the same. Other people who deny the existence of god. To me, I believe in ghosts, angels because I see them. I believe in God because The mills of God grind slowly, but they grind exceedingly small.  The God appears only to those who believe.

How to know God.

It is the easiest way to know God is prayer. I don't kneel down in prayer because true religion is in my heart. God knew that I believed in God. I prayed that the communist regime crumpled. God forbade me prayer because I harped on my words for 25 years. That is the Power of Prayer. I recognized that God spoke in my soul. God will teach me what I want. I learn to control myself and distinguish between what is good and bad. I can change my heart to find happiness through Godís help. Thank God he helped me a lot.

 

Proverbs, Famous sayings

Man proposes, God disposes. (Danish Proverb)
Pray to God but continue to row to the shore.
(Russian Proverb)
He who does not speak, God does not hear.
(Spanish Proverb)
From a praying young man, and a fasting old man, God preserve my cloak.
(Spanish Proverb)
In God we trust; all others pay cash.
(American Proverb)
God often pays debts without money.
(Irish Proverb)
Man punishes the action, but God the intention.
A man if he lives alone is either a god or a demon.
 (Latin Proverb)
The voice of the people is the voice of God.
  (Latin Proverb)
God cures the sick, and the doctor gets the money.
(German Proverb)
God gave teeth; He will give bread. (Lithuanian Proverb)
God gives birds their food, but they must fly for it. (Dutch Proverb)
God helps those who help themselves. (German Proverb)
If God shuts one door, He opens another. (Irish Proverb)
A greedy man God hates. 
Trust in God but lock your doors.
 (Russian Proverb)
Trust in God upon good security.  
(Spanish Proverb)
Trust in God, but tie your camel.
 (Arabian Proverb)
When it is God's will to plague a man, a mouse can bite him to death.
( Dutch Proverb)
When the child is christened you will have godfathers enough. 
 (French Proverb)
A solitary man is either a God or a beast.  
Abuse is like a god that destroys his master.  
(Hawaiian Proverb)
All things are possible with God. 
As to what is future, even a bird with a long neck cannot see it, but God only.
Begin to weave and God will give the thread.  
(German Proverb)
Better the world should know you as a sinner than God know you as a hypocrite.
(Danish Proverb)
Cats don't catch mice to please God.
(Afghani Proverb)
Children aren't dogs; adults aren't gods. ( Haitian Proverb)
Children pick up words, as pigeons peas, and utter them again as God shall please.
Dear God: You do such wonderful things for complete strangers; why not for me?
(Yiddish Proverb)
Do good to a knave, and pray God he may not do the same to thee.
(Danish Proverb)
Even the gods are conciliated by offerings.
(Latin Proverb)
Every little blade of grass declares the presence of God. (
Latin Proverb)
Every man for himself, and God for us all.
(German Proverb) 
Every one in his own house, and God in all men's.
(Spanish Proverb)
Every one sneezes as God pleases.
(Spanish Proverb)
Everything has an end except God.
(Dutch Proverb)
Father and mother are kind, but God is kinder
. (Danish Proverb)
Fear not the man who fears God.
(Arabian Proverb)
For a web begun God sends thread.
(French Proverb)
For God and our country.
(Latin Proverb)
From smooth water God preserve me, from rough I will preserve myself.
(Spanish Proverb)
From still water God keep me; from running water I will keep myself.
(Italian Proverb)
From those I trust God guard me, from those I mistrust I will guard myself.
(Italian Proverb)
Get thy spindle and thy distaff ready, and God will send flax.
Give and spend and God will send.
Give unto the king what is the king's, and unto God what is God's.
(German Proverb)
God alone understands fools. (French Proverb)
God and man think him a fool who brags of his of his own great wisdom.
God comes at last, when we think he is farthest off.
(Danish Proverb)
God comes with leaden feet, but strikes with iron hands.
God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mothers.
(Jewish Proverb)
God created a world full of little worlds.
(Yiddish Proverb)
God cures, and the doctor gets the money.
(Dutch Proverb)
God cures, and the doctor takes the fee.
(Spanish Proverb)
God defend me from my friends; from my enemies I can defend myself.
God defend you from the devil, the eye of a harlot, and the turn of a die.
God delays but doesn't forget.
(Spanish Proverb)
God deliver me from a man of one book.
(Dutch Proverb)
God deliver us from a gentleman by day and a friar by night. (Dutch Proverb)
God did not create hurry.
God did not create woman from man's head, that he should command her, nor from his feet, that she should be his slave, but rather from his side, that she should be near his heart.
(Hebrew Proverb)
God does not give to the cow that butts.
(Russian Proverb)
God does not smite with both hands.
(Spanish Proverb)
God give you luck, my son, for little wit must serve your turn. 
(Portuguese Proverb)
God gives a curst one short horns.
(Italian Proverb)
God gives all birds their food but does not drop it into their nests.
(Danish Proverb)
God gives burdens also shoulders.
(Jewish Proverb)
God gives clothes according to the cold.
(Portuguese, French  Proverb)
God gives little folks small gifts.
(Danish Proverb)
God gives the milk, but not the pail.
(Romanian Proverb)
God gives the nuts; but he does not crack them.
(German Proverb)
God gives the will, necessity gives the law.
(Danish Proverb)
God gives wings to the ant that she may perish the sooner.
(Spanish Proverb)
God gives, but man must open his hand.
(German Proverb)
God grant me a good sword and no use for it.
(Polish Proverb)
God grant me to argue with those who understand me.
(Spanish Proverb)
God grant me to dispute with those who understand me.
(Portuguese Proverb)
God grant you good fortune, my son, for knowledge avails you little.
(Spanish Proverb)
God grant, dear wife, that this son be ours.
(Spanish Proverb)
God has given nuts to one who has no teeth.
(Portuguese Proverb)
God heals and the doctor has the thanks.
(Italian Proverb)
God help the poor, for the rich can help themselves.
 God help the rich, the poor can beg.
God help the sheep when the wolf is judge.
(Danish Proverb)
God helps the early riser.
(Spanish Proverb)
God helps the strongest.
(Dutch Proverb)
God helps three sorts of people: fools, children and drunkards.
(French Proverb)
God is a good worker but loves to be helped.
(Basque Proverb)
God is everywhere, except where he has a delegate.
(German Proverb)
God is on the side of the strongest battalions.
(French Proverb)
God keep me from my friends, from my enemies I will keep myself.
(Italian Proverb)
God knows who is a good pilgrim.
(French Proverb)
God made hands before knives.
God made man because he loves stories.
(Yiddish Proverb)
God made us, and we admire ourselves.
(Spanish Proverb)
God makes and apparel shapes, but it is money that finishes the man.
God makes the back to the burden.  
God never sends mouths but he sends meat. (Danish Proverb)
God permits the wicked; but not for ever.
God postpones, he does not overlook.
(Turkish Proverb)
God preserve you from one who eats without drinking. (
Italian Proverb)
God promises a safe landing but not a calm passage.
(Bulgarian Proverb)
God puts a good root in the little pig's way.
(French Proverb)
God save me from him who has but one occupation.
(Italian Proverb)
God save me from him who studies but one book.
(Italian Proverb)
God save me from those I trust in. (French Proverb)
God save you from a bad neighbor, and from a beginner on the fiddle.
(Italian Proverb)
God save you from a man who has but one business.
(French Proverb)
God says: Take what you want and pay for it!
(Spanish Proverb)
God sells knowledge for labor, honor for risk.
(Arabian Proverb)
God send me a friend that may tell me of my faults; if not, an enemy, and he will.
 God send you joy, for sorrow will come fast enough.
 God sends cold according to the clothes.
(Italian Proverb)
God sends enough to all. 
God sends fortune to fools.
God sends nothing but what can be borne.
(Italian Proverb)
God sent him meat, but the devil cooked it.
(Dutch Proverb)
God visits us, but most of the time we are not at home.
(French Proverb)
God wanted to chastise mankind, so he sent lawyers.
(Russian Proverb)
God will be present, whether asked or not.
(Latin Proverb)
God will listen to you whatever cloak you wear.
(Spanish Proverb)
God will provide, but a good bundle of straw will not be amiss.
(Spanish Proverb)
God writes straight with crooked lines.
(Spanish Proverb)
God's friends, the priest's foe.
(German Proverb)
God's mill goes slowly, but it grinds well.
(German Proverb)
God's mill grinds slow but sure.
(Greek Proverb)
God's work is soon done.
(French Proverb)
Good, good, good, but God keep my ass out of his rye.
(Spanish Proverb)
He to whom God gives no sons, the devil gives nephews.
(Spanish Proverb)
He who lends to the poor gets his interest from God.
(German Proverb)
He who reforms, God assists.
(Spanish Proverb)
He who stands godfather to a wolf should have a dog under his cloak.
(German Proverb)
He's a friend at sneezing time the most that can be got from him is a "God bless you."
(Italian Proverb)
If God give not bushelfuls, he gives spoonfuls.
(Danish Proverb)
If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans.
It is better to have to do with God than with his saints.
( French Proverb)
Keep yourself from opportunities and God will keep you from sins.
(Italian Proverb)
Let every one be content with what God has given him.
(Portuguese Proverb)
Let that which is lost be for God.
(Spanish Proverb)
Let what is lost go for God's sake.
(Spanish Proverb)
Man concocts a million schemes; god knows but one.
(Chinese Proverb)
Man does what he can, and God what He will.
Man's extremity, God's opportunity.
Near the church far from God.
(French, Italian Proverb)
No woman marries an old man for God's sake.
(German Proverb)
Not even a god can bring back the leaves that have fallen.
Not God above gets all men's love.
(Greek Proverb)
One "take this" is better than ten "God help you!" (
German Proverb)
One God, no more, but friends good store.  
One God, one wife, but many friends.
(Dutch Proverb)
People worry, and God smiles.
(Hebrew Proverb)
Peter is so godly that God does not improve his condition.
(Spanish Proverb)
Places are God's; placemen are the devil's.
(German Proverb)
Pray to God, but hammer away.
(Spanish Proverb)
Pray, pray very much; but beware of telling God what you want.
(French Proverb)
Put your trust in God, and keep your powder dry.
Right or wrong, God aid our purpose.
(Spanish Proverb)
Science reveals the secrets of God.
Set a peasant on horseback, and he forgets both God and man.
(Spanish Proverb)
Spend and God will send.
Take care how you beseech the gods for a gift, for they will give it to you.
Take care how you beseech the gods, they may answer you.
Take the goods the gods provide.
Tell God the truth, but give the judge money.
(Russian Proverb)
The charitable gives out at the door and God puts in at the window.
The danger past, and God forgotten.
The farther from Rome the nearer to God.
(Dutch Proverb)
The friar who begs for God begs for two.
(Spanish Proverb)
The gods assist the industrious.
(Latin Proverb)
The gods sell all things for labor.
(Latin Proverb)
The grace of God is gear enough.
The hand of God is with the group.
(Arabian Proverb)
The mills of the gods grind slowly, but they grind finely.
(Irish Proverb)
The monk that begs for God's sake begs for two.
(French Proverb)
The Mother of God appears to fools.
(Spanish Proverb)
The nearer to the synagogue, the farther from God. (
Yiddish Proverb)
The noise is so great one cannot hear God thunder.
(French Proverb)
The pencil of God has no eraser.
(Haitian Proverb)
The river past and God forgotten.
The rooster said, "I shall cry but whether the sun rises God knows."
(Georgian Proverb)
The secret of two is God's secret, the secret of three is everybody's secret.
(Spanish, French Proverb)
There is nothing for which the boors pray so much to God as that the horses of the squirearchy may not die, for otherwise they would ride the boors with spurs.
(German Proverb)
Time is God's and ours.
(Dutch Proverb)
Time spent laughing is time spent with the Gods.
(Japanese Proverb)
To be a good spender God is the treasurer.
To be in love and act wisely is scarcely granted to a god.
(Latin Proverb)
To become rich in this world, it needs only to turn one's back on God.
(Italian Proverb)
To God's council-chamber there is no key.
(Danish Proverb)
To grow rich one has only to turn his back on God.
(French Proverb)
Trust not to God but upon good security.
(French Proverb)
Unless a man is simple, he cannot recognize God, the Simple One.
Use the means, and God will give the blessing.
We decide our affairs, then we rest them with God.
We must not lie down and cry, God help us.
What a woman wills God wills.
(French Proverb)
What God will no frost can kill.
When God gives light he gives it for all.
(Spanish Proverb)
When God means to punish a nation, He deprives its rulers of wisdom.
(Dutch Proverb)
When God pleases, it rains in fair weather.
(Spanish Proverb)
When God says To-day, the devil says To-morrow.
(German Proverb)
When God sends flour the devil carries off the sack.
(French Proverb)
When God will not, the saints cannot.
(Dutch Proverb)
Where God bestows an office, he provides brains to fill it.
(German Proverb)
Where God builds a church, the devil builds a chapel.
(German Proverb)
Where God has his church the Devil will have his chapel.
(Spanish Proverb)
Where God helps, nought harms.
Where God sends babbies he sends penny loaves.
Who don't keep faith with God won't keep it with man.
(Dutch Proverb)
Whom God wishes to destroy He first makes mad.
Whom the gods love die young.
You burn incense before the god, and then topple him.
(Chinese Proverb)
You cannot serve God and mammon.
You would do little for God if the devil were dead.
Your soul to God, your body to dust, your property to your relatives, because thus it has been found written.
Do not blame God for having created the tiger, but thank him for not having given it wings.
(Indian Proverb)
When God wanted to doom the ant, he gave it wings.
(Arabian proverb)
God couldn't be everywhere, so he created mothers.
(Yiddish proverb)
God help the rich, the poor can look after themselves.
(English Proverb)
If rich people could hire other people to die for them, the poor could make a wonderful living.
(Yiddish Proverb)

A civilization is destroyed only when its gods are destroyed.
E. M. Cioran
All the gods are dead except the god of war.
Eldridge Cleaver
God does not ask about our ability, but our availability.
Anonymous
God will not look you over for medal, degrees or diplomas, but for scars.
Elbert Hubbard
It is easier for a camel to pass through they eye of the needle than for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of God.
Bible
A god who let us prove his existence would be an idol.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer
All good fortune is a gift of the gods, and you don't win the favor of the ancient gods by being good, but by being bold.
Anita Brookner
As you know, God is generally on the side of the big squadrons against the small ones.
Comte De Bussy-Rabutin
Prayer carries us half way to God, fasting brings us to the door of His palace, and alms-giving procures us admission.
The Koran
Faith is different from proof; the latter is human, the former is a Gift from God.
Blaise Pascal
It is the heart which perceives God and not the reason. That is what faith is: God perceived by the heart, not by the reason.
Blaise Pascal
conscience without God is like a court without a judge.
Alphonse De Lamartine
Let us never forget that the greatest man is never more than an animal disguised as a god.
Francis Picabia
It is true greatness to have in one the frailty of a man and the security of a god.
Seneca
God will forgive me, that's his business.
Heinrich Heine
You don't need to pray to God any more when there are storms in the sky, but you do have to be insured.
 Bertolt Brecht
The gods conceal from men the happiness of death, that they may endure life.
F. L. Lucan 
Don't think so much about who is for or against you, rather give all your care, that God be with you in everything you do.
Thomas p Kempis
We are to be shut out from men, and shut in with God.
Andrew Murray
Blessed is the man who finds out which way God is moving and then gets going in the same direction.
Anonymous
That fear first created the gods is perhaps as true as anything so brief could be on so great a subject.
George Santayana
Fear that man who fears not God.
Abd-el-Kader
God's glory is His goodness.
Henry Ward Beecher
God's sovereignty is not in His right hand; God's sovereignty is not in His intellect; God's sovereignty is in His love.
Henry Ward Beecher
I know by myself how incomprehensible God is, seeing I cannot comprehend the parts of my own being.
Saint Bernard of Clairvaux
The more I know of astronomy, the more I believe in God.
Herber Doust Curtis
I do not believe in the God of theology who rewards good and punishes evil.
Albert Einstein
Man thinks, God directs.
Alcuin
The God of merely traditional believers is the great Absentee of the universe.
William R. Alger
God is a being who gives everything but punishment in over measure.
Henry Ward Beecher
Whatever is your best time in the day, give that to communion with God.
Hudson Taylor
Troubles are often the tools by which God fashions us for better things.
Henry Ward Beecher
We have no commission from God to police the world.
Benjamin Harrison 
It is only in misery that we recognize the hand of God leading good men to good.
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
The best way to know God is to love many things.
Vincent Van Gogh
When we know what God is, we shall be gods ourselves.
George Bernard Shaw
Man's extremity is God's opportunity.
John Flavel
Man is, and always has been, a maker of gods. It has been the most serious and significant occupation of his sojourn in the world.
John Burroughs
It may be that our role on this planet is not to worship God, but to create him.
Arthur C. Clarke
All Bibles are man-made.
Thomas Edison
God appoints our graces to be nurses to other men's weaknesses.
Henry Ward Beecher
God is the one great employer, thinker, planner, supervisor.
Henry Ward Beecher
God wishes to exhaust all means of kindness before His hand takes hold on justice.
Henry Ward Beecher
People see God every day; they just don't recognize Him.
Pearl Bailey
God said, "Let us make man in our image." Man said, "Let us make God in our image."
Douglas William Jerrold
Space is the statue of God.
Joseph Joubert
We know God easily, provided we do not constrain ourselves to define Him.
Joseph Joubert
If I make the seven oceans ink, if I make the trees my pen, if I make the earth my paper, the glory of God cannot be written.
Kabir
God is able to do more than man can understand.
Thomas a Kempis
I want to know all Gods thoughts; all the rest are just details.
Albert Einstein
God enters by a private door into every individual.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
All but God is changing day by day.
Charles Kingsley
God must love the common man, he made so many of them.
Abraham Lincoln
God is the brave man's hope, and not the coward's excuse.
Plutarch

The presence God calms the soul, and gives it quiet and repose.
Francois de Salignac Fenelon
I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use.
Galilei Galileo
God give me strength to face a fact though it slay me.
Thomas Henry Huxley
God is the tangential point between zero and infinity.
Alfred Jarry
We know all their gods; they ignore ours. What they call our sins are our gods, and what they call their gods, we name otherwise.
Natalie Clifford Barney

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