Definition of find God in US English:

find God

phrase

  • Experience a religious conversion or awakening.

    • ‘Sprung from the Catholic ghetto, however good that may have been in my spiritual formation, I found God now at work, revealed, known everywhere.’
    • ‘The most die-hard atheist or skeptic may suddenly find God when faced with extreme suffering or danger.’
    • ‘If people want to find God or religion, it is something they ought to be able to do themselves, and should not be pushed or hassled into it.’
    • ‘He had done so in the mistaken belief that by living a solitary existence, far from the religious confusion of his day, he might find God.’
    • ‘Every individual should try through the spiritual exercise of practising Sufism to reach God and to find God.’
    • ‘And in the moment that she utters that prayer, she believes that she finds God.’
    • ‘If we find ourselves by getting to know who we are, we will have little difficulty in finding God, and in letting Him find us.’
    • ‘After his father died on the day Pearl Harbor was bombed, he considered going to college, but after a car wreck which caused him to have a near-death experience, he found God.’
    • ‘Churches exercising a Good Samaritan Strategy were committed to finding God in contemporary society.’
    • ‘Millions have found God this way, in the silent corner of their room, because they dared to ask God, and God sent them a book like this through someone who loves them and has been praying for them.’