BTW I've seen certain proof of the power of God to heal someone from what the medical community said was certain death. The person that was saved from that death was me. I was told I had 6 months to live. The year was 1989. After 4 rounds of chemotherapy (not just any chemo - I took about the strongest type and they gave me SIX times the normal dose) my tumors (yes they had spread) had not shrank or grown. An operation was out of the question because of the location of my tumors. The elders of the church laid hands on me on Sunday evening. I had another in an almost endless string of MRI's on Tuesday. My cancer was 100% gone. My doctor called it a miracle. So do I. God is real. That's far from the only evidence I've seen that we don't see everything in this world. I could go on for hours about that subject. Like inviting my father to church to hear my best friend sing. As my friend sang my father's favorite hymn (per my request) I bowed my head and said a silent prayer that I wanted to see my father go the altar and be saved. When I looked up my father was half way to the altar already. No way he heard what I said. But my heavenly Father did. The evidence is all around us. I've been dead too. I didn't see a thing like some people do. I still believe. It's called faith - ..."the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen."