One of the worst feelings for me is when I have a very important question that goes unanswered. It is an overwhelming feeling of being unfinished or incomplete.
There are moments in life when unanswered questions seem to leave holes in the truth as I know it. But there are also moments in life where unanswered questions revealed more than I was actually searching for.
If you’re stuck in a season of How, When, or Why, you can relate to what I’m talking about.
Here are 4 Things To Remember When You Question God:
It’s For a Purpose
One of the things I’ve realized is that questions lead us to our purpose. And understanding the nature of the purpose, of Christ in us, is just short of knowing everything important in life.
That is why I believe Paul said, “Christ in us the hope of Glory.” Whose glory? The Fathers Glory! Why? Because of who He is and what His Kingdom represents.
So, when we become imitators of Christ, we are acting as His shadow so to speak. Our purpose is the same as His. To show a dark and broken world life, love and hope.
Or as Bill Johnson would say: “Jesus has a one-step program: out of darkness into light.”
Questions will always lead us to our purpose, even when it seems like our life is directionless at the moment.