I believe God exists, I don't think he cares where or how we choose to worship.
Just out of curiosity are you Jewish? I only ask because I realize they don't recognize Jesus because they don't believe he fulfilled Messianic Prophecies or embody the personal qualifications of the Messiah as prophet and the Messiah has not come yet. I remember when I was just a child having a neighbor who was Jewish and having a lot of conversations with him about this as we were out riding horses in the desert - strange conversations for kids to have, but I remember them to this day. His Judaism was so foreign to me that I was fascinated hearing his explanations of his religion.
I gave this a more thought (I'm wont to pick at loose strings!). It's not Christ I have the problems with as much as those who claim to be "Christian". Those, who in their zeal to be the perfect Christian, miss the mark entirely.
For example, as I have mentioned previously, Christ wasn't mocking the Pharisees simply because they were an easy target. It was a warning as to what not to become and it's fallen upon deaf ears. A crystal cathedral? A televangical empire? For whom? It sure isn't for His glory.
On this forum, how many denied the TRUE meaning of His teachings and conveniently forgotten who He did choose for examples. Many would deny His outreach to Zacchaeus, the tax collector? The adulteress, at her stoning? The Centurion with the sick servant (which, by the way is one of my favorite parables.). Dismas, upon His own crucifixion, addressed the thief.
But no, we have "Limbaugh the Clever", weighing in with His own sense of infallibility. To deny the tenet of Christian charity and it's social requirement is to turn one's back on a cornerstone of God's law. One doesn't give charity as an indulgence, to cleanse one's conscience, an act comparable to Martin Sheen sleeping on a sewer grate for one night but to deprive oneself of luxury or comfort for the long term. That is the point of a wealthy man not being able to enter the Kingdom of Heaven.