Early in my Christian faith, my head and my heart were in a constant conflict. My mind would tell me God can not possibly exist while my heart was telling me that it was the only thing that made sense. As the years have gone by my heart has remained faithful while my brain began to fight with itself. One side of my brain was telling me that it makes no sense that somewhere in this universe is a heaven, and that when we die our dead soul travels through space into heaven, where a God lives and where your soul goes when you die. Unless of course it goes to that other place, where ever that is.
The other part of my brain tells me that it makes no sense that this world and all living creatures could possibly be created from an explosion and particles just happen to form together to create life. Back and forth I would go. While all along my heart stayed steadfast.
Over the years I have realized that our Father comes to us through our heart and he never leaves it. God wants us to use are brain to make decisions that impact our life here on earth. Our mind can’t possibly visualize a God and a heaven, nor can it see a hell for those who “make the wrong choices” in this life.
Belief can not possibly happen through our brains, because our brains have to see in order to believe. Where as with God in our hearts it takes all the thinking out of it.
In the end our mind will always have doubt and disbelief, but God does not care about our minds, He only cares about what is in our hearts and that we allowing him to occupy it, with all the love he can give us.
He replied “Because you have so little faith. Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there’, and it will move. Nothing will be impossible to you”