How do you explain to someone that without God there is nothing? What did God do? What has He done?
God was and is:
In Hebrew Scripture, the Word was a specialist of creation (Psalm 33:6), the wellspring of God's message to His people through the prophets (Hosea 1:2), and God's Law, His norm of sacredness (Psalm 119:11). In Greek theory, the Word was the heavenly pith that held everything together, God's optimal example for creation. John's depiction shows obviously that he is talking about Jesus (John 1:14), an individual he knew and adored, and yet the Creator of the universe, a definitive disclosure of God, the living image of God's sacredness, the one by whom “all things consist” (Colossians 1:17). To the Jewish readers, “the Word was God” was ungodly. To the Greek readers, “the Word was made flesh” was unbelievable.
We know that God is creative; as the Creator He is unmistakable from His creation; He is everlasting and in charge of the world. We do not know why God created, but He did. He did not have to make the universe; He chose to make it.
If a man is without God, then he is also without:
Numerous individuals shout out for solace, security, and alleviation; however, they have not found a way to eliminate the transgression in their lives and open channels to God. They have
not tried to atone and trust in Him. If we want genuine peace, we need to look for God first, at that point we can obtain it.
Jesus tells us to have courage. Regardless of the struggles that we will face, He is with us. We must remember that the victory has already been won.
We must daily choose to center ourselves on God. Daily, in every situation, we should ask ourselves, “what would Jesus want me to do.”
Paul is telling us that the peace of Christ should be the umpire of our hearts. In our hearts there is continual conflict over what is right and what is wrong, hopes and fears, love and jealousy, and other aspects. The choices we make will either promote peace or remove it.
Without Food & Water:
Numerous spiritual aspects are comparable to physical capacities. Our bodies get hungry and thirsty, our souls do as well. However, our souls need spiritual food and water. We would not consider denying our bodies of food and water so for what reason would it be a good idea for us to deny our souls? We can fulfill spiritual thirst and hunger and support our spiritual life simply by a correct relationship with Jesus Christ.
We can do nothing to save ourselves. Mankind is helpless. For that reason, someone had to come and rescue us.
Spiritual pride blinds us to our own shortcomings and amplifies the deficiencies of others. We should be mindful so as not to become proud for our salvation. The Jews and the Gentiles could both be blameworthy of profound pride. The Jews believed that their services and ceremonies raised them above everybody. The Gentiles failed to remember their hopeless position prior to accepting Christ.
We cannot say that we love God if we have no love and concern for others. Do we truly love other believers and non-believers? We can show the love that is within us by our concern for others and how we help them, regardless of what we think of them. What makes us feel good is not love. Are we willing to give up on moral principles in hopes of obtaining what the world thinks is love?
Simply stating, if we believe in Christ and the work that He did on the cross, and have accepted Him as our personal Savior, then we have eternal life. We do not have to wait for it. We do not have to work for it. We do not need to worry because God has given us guaranteed eternal life through His Son Jesus.
When God created, He made something from nothing. Since we are made creatures, we have no reason for pride. We ought to remember that we exist simply because God made us, and we have extraordinary endowments since God offered them to us. With God we are something important and special; aside from God we are nothing.
A conscience without God is like a court without a judge.