A paper that shows the truth of God’s existence

The Gospel according to John (GKJ) contains a number of passages that support the existence of God, including these: Jesus said to the crowd, “This is the truth, and this is life: that Jesus came to earth and that He died, and that all things were made by Him.

This is the true, and the only, God” (John 17:15–17).

This passage supports the existence and the power of God and his existence, for God has revealed Himself.

It is the one of the five pillars of the Christian faith.

In addition to being a pillar of faith, this passage is a demonstration of the power and the truthfulness of the word of God.

The Gospel also contains an account of how Jesus came into existence and how he died.

The gospel of Jesus Christ is the Word of God that God gave us to believe and preach, in order to prove His existence.

We do not have to accept a particular interpretation of the gospel of the Bible to know that it is true.

God is always present in the Scriptures, and Jesus Christ has always spoken truth to the world (John 4:5–7).

The Gospel of John has many other passages that are equally convincing in their statements of the existence or the power or the truth.

These include: the testimony of the apostles and prophets who testified to the existence, power and truth of Jesus, the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, and His words, deeds and resurrection.

The apostles testified to His existence in Matthew 27:1–7, Mark 9:36–43, Luke 23:1-18, John 17:2–16, John 18:1, John 20:1; Matthew 28:1 and John 20.

These passages show that the disciples believed in the testimony and the reality of Jesus.

It also shows that Jesus died and rose again.

The testimony of all the apostles was true, for they all saw and heard Jesus die and rise again.

When Jesus died, he rose again and came to Earth.

He was buried.

He went to the tomb and his disciples came with him.

They did not go to the grave with him; he had to come out of the tomb to go to them.

(John 15:16–17) This is a testimony of Jesus’ resurrection from the grave and His coming to life.

Jesus also testified to these things in the Gospels: “But he came to you, and you received him not; but I received him, and he became the Son of Man” (Matthew 26:47; Mark 9) “And Jesus said unto them, Behold, I am the way, the truth and the life.

The one who follows me shall not walk in the darkness, but shall have the light of life” (Mark 9:46) “I am the light that enlightens the darkness; the one who believes in me shall have life” [John 15] This is also the truth: “If I am he who is to come, then who am I that you should believe in me?

For I have come to save the world” (Isaiah 61:6–7) This testimony is not only in the Bible, but also in the New Testament.

“For all Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness, and for testifiers” (2 Timothy 3:16) In the Bible Jesus has said many times: “I came not to do your will, but to do what is right in your sight” (Luke 12:31).

He also said: “For what I have done, I will do to all who believe on my name” (Matt.

6:18).

“For I am not ashamed of what I do for the sake of others” (Heb.

8:9) “For this reason I have said to you before, that you know that the Son will come in the glory of his Father, and will be like the Son, and your Father will be in heaven” (1 Cor.

10:2) “Now to him who has ears, let him hear; and he will tell you the truth” (Rom.

15:19) And again: “Let the word be made flesh, and let it become flesh, that it may become wise” (Gal.

3:20).

The Scriptures also tell us that God made the world and everything in it.

God created all things and everything is made from nothing.

God did not create everything in one moment, nor does he need to make something from nothing, for everything has been made out of nothing (Romans 2:5).

God has created the world in accordance with the plan of creation, so that it can have a future (cf. 1 Tim.

1:6).

God did nothing in one instant to create the world, but in accordance to the plan and purpose