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I really don’t have an issue with atheists. Atheists are simply people who haven’t had a direct experience of hearing God’s voice in life, or a direct experience of God’s love.

Recently, Ricky Gervais, the guy that hosted the most recent Golden Globes, went toe to toe with a bunch of Christian fundamentalists on Twitter. Ricky is an atheist. He said, “I used to believe in God. The Christian one, that is (There are a few thousand to choose from. But I was born in a country where the dominant religion was Christianity so I believed in that one. Isn’t it weird how that always happens?). Luckily I was also interested in science and nature. And reason and logic. And honesty and truth. And equality and fairness. By the age of eight I was an atheist.”

If Ricky were to call our free intuitive counseling hotline, I would simply walked him through our 5 steps and help him to have a direct experience for himself. He would probably argue with me, and give all kinds of different reasons why it wasn’t God’s voice, but I would simply ask him to extend love to all of those thoughts and have him share his experience with me.

I have met a number of people who are atheists. In fact, one of my best friends is an atheist. I think the only way to truly know there is a God is to have a direct experience of It. A direct experience goes past all of our thinking, rationality, and beliefs and gives us an experience that is undeniable, that we can’t argue with or ignore. Atheists aren’t bad. They just haven’t had a direct experience of God for themselves.

Perhaps Ricky will see this blog post and give our free spiritual counseling hotline a call! I’d love to be the one to pick up the phone.

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