If there are millions and millions of towering trees, there must have been a first tree. There must have been a first of everything. If that is so, then there must have been someone who is all –powerful, all-complete, self –existing, independent from whom all things came. That someone is God. He not only is present. He has to be present.
Conan Doyle, the great writer of detective stories, puts it this way: `Show me a picture without an artist; show me a statue without a sculptor, then you may begin to talk to me about a universe without a universe maker, call Him by the name you will.’
Who made God? The answer is `nobody’. The chief proof of the existence of God lies in the fact that nothing happens unless something causes it to happen. Sweets do not disappear from the Jar unless someone’s fingers take them out. The philosophers express this by saying: `every effect must have a cause.’ There must be someone who always existed, someone who never had a beginning. There must be someone with a power and intelligence that has no limit, whose very nature is to exit. That Supreme Being is called God.
So, the answer to the question: `who made God?’ is –more made God. He always was, He is and He will always be. The very word `supreme’ is means `above all others’. Hence there cannot be more than one Supreme Being. Thus God is the Supreme Being.
What is God? We experience in our daily lives many physical substance physical substance is one that is made up of parts. For example, the air we breathe is made up of nitrogen, oxygen and other gases from the area. The nitrogen and oxygen, in turn, are made up of molecules of atoms. Every bit of the material universe is made up of physical substances. Physical substances can be increased, decreased or changed. All physical substances are limited in space or time.
Philosophers also speak about another kind of substance-spiritual substance. Spiritual substance has no parts and so it cannot be broken or separated.