This morning sitting in front of my window and watching the people walking by, I began to think of what each one would be thinking. I see some are walking with a smile on their face as if they just thought of some joke that they heard somewhere, others looked grouchy and some were without any expression whatsoever. Then I began to wonder about how many of them believe in the supernatural and how many of those would admit that they do (or don't).
What I find weird is that some people don’t believe in the supernatural yet they go to church and pray. If a person doesn’t believe in the supernatural how can they believe that there is a God? I know some people would say that’s different but I say that it’s not different. If you’re telling me that you don’t believe in the supernatural that tells me that you don’t believe in what you can’t see. So how can you believe that there is a God? Can you see God? Your answer should be no. Then when you pray, to whom do you pray if you can’t see Him, because you don’t believe in the supernatural? There's a gap in your logic somewhere.