Nick Vujicic, the popular evangelist born without arms and legs, has said that one of the reasons why he’s not an atheist is because he has seen things that science can’t explain, such as 10-foot-tall demons in his hotel room.
Vujicic, who has been inspiring millions throughout the world with his story of overcoming the odds, answered a few questions about his faith in a Facebook video on Friday.
In one of the questions he was asked, “How can we know God’s love is real, and how do you know it?”
He responded, “I can’t show you God, I can’t show you an angel, but one of the reasons I am not an atheist, and one of the reasons why I don’t believe science explains everything, is because I have seen miracles, and I have seen demons.”
Vujicic continued, “I’ve seen 10-foot-tall demons, 5-foot wide walk in through my San Francisco hotel room. And I felt the demon’s presence, the demonic presence, before the demon actually walked through the wall.”
He suggested that the existence of things like voodoo and witchcraft, which he said are real, also show that science can’t explain everything.
“There is a spiritual realm,” the evangelist insisted. “You have to walk by faith despite what you see, despite what you feel — you believe it.”
Vujicic, who recently had twin daughters with his wife Kanae, bringing their children to four, also revealed how he has been able to balance his time between his ministry and his family.
Calling his wife an “amazing wife, super mom”, he said, “In 2017, my total days away from home was about 105 days. [In] 2018, it’s going to be 84 days. And we’re going to stick to it, by the grace of God reaching the most amount of people ever.”
When he is home, however, Vujicic said his focus is on his family.
“Every week that I am home, me and Kanae, we do have a date. I am also about to start taking my son on a date once a week, and I also don’t want to forget my family. I am starting to take out my mom for a date every second week, and my sister every second week.”
The evangelist advised that in relationships, it’s important to take time to turn off the phone, and be real.
“Having those people in our lives is the greatest blessing, so we should live like it is,” he said.