Each of us have questions when it comes to our faith in God. These questions address different issues and thoughts we all have.
Sometimes, these questions deal with understanding a specific text of Scripture. For instance, what do all the metaphors in Revelation mean? Other questions are more complex, such as why are there so many denominations with various understandings of Christ? Then there are questions that are formed out of deep pain, such as does God still love me when I do something wrong?
Questions are not a bad thing. They come out of our struggles and our faith in Christ. Many Christians have this belief that asking a question about God is not allowed. To ask a question about God is wrong, we believe, because it shows we have doubts. We somehow believe that doubts are evidence of a personal weakness in our faith. This couldn’t be further…
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