The Alphabet of Life–Q is for QUESTIONS

In the Alphabet of Life, Q is for questions. Because our God, the Creator and ruler of all things, He is never afraid of our questions. We might be, but He is not.

Questions in themselves are neither good nor evil. But not all questions are necessary, neither are all good for us. Somehow, so many of them have an accusatory spirit behind them.

“Why did this happen to me?” can be a sneaky way of pointing the finger at God and telling Him that He was not on the job, or it can be an honest heart cry for understanding. We don’t even always know the motives behind our questions; God does.

Let’s check our hearts honestly, and then ask away. God is not only never afraid of our questions, but He also has all the answers. Every single one of them. Whether we like them or not. And when we ask away, we must be ready to accept His perfect answer. Whether that is the answer we wanted, or not.

Because questions or no questions, God is God and we are not.

Cultivating Thankfulness with Ann

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  1. You linked up a post from your other blog to a hop that I co-host (HomeAcre Hop), and from that I clicked on a link and wound up over here. Thank you so much for sharing this. These past few years have been ones of questions for me. I really appreciated this post. I received this book this past week and look forward to reading it.

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