I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve heard or read bereaved parents second-guessing themselves. They say or write: “I know you’re not supposed to ask ‘why?'”
Baloney! The Psalms are FILLED with “Why God?”
Questions are where the rubber meets the road in the Christian life.
Questions are where I learn to submit my heart to the lordship of a God Who loves me and Who has a perfect plan even when all I can see is pain.
Questions are the way I weed my garden of faith-they force me to choose between trust and doubt.
“There are those who say faith means you never doubt. Those who live by the creed, ‘Don’t ask questions!’
But I say faith is exactly what you cling to in the margins of doubt–when you have exhausted all the possibilities that exist in the physical, you-can-touch-it world and yet you KNOW there is MORE”
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