When someone says, “I don’t know how unbelievers make it through tough times without God in their lives," I’m always tempted to respond, “Well, it’s been in the toughest times of my life I wished God didn’t exist.”
All of us have at least three faces. There is the face we wear in public, the one our coworkers or fellow worshipers see. Beneath that outer face is the one we wear at home, around our spouse and children and perhaps close friends. And deeper still is a third face, the naked face, when we are alone, when no one sees us except God.