Assuming any readers of this average blog are still around, you will soon be able to comment—meaning that this blogger will get back to work and give you something to ponder. Hang in there.
In the meantime, here's something to contemplate:
The Christian accepts the truth of the existence of God by faith. But this faith is not a blind faith, but a faith that is based on evidence, and the evidence is found primarily in Scripture as the inspired Word of God, and secondarily in God's revelation in nature. Scripture proof on this point does not come to us in the form of an explicit declaration, and much less in the form of a logical argument. In that sense the Bible does not prove the existence of God. (L. Berkhof, Systematic Theology, 21)
Seems that the second revelation has its place.