If you were able to stand before God right now and ask Him one question what would it be?
Now I am laying aside the theological implications of this question. I am going for the heart. We all have questions. We all have things we want to know, wonder about, etc. So what are they?
Would your question be about prayer? Healing? Life? War? Disease?
What are your real questions?
Questions are ok.
Abraham asked questions of the Lord. So did Moses, David (read the Psalms), even Jesus asked questions of the crowds who questioned Him. Questions can help us to go deeper in our understanding of Him. Questions can help clarify what we are truly thinking. Sometimes just asking them can help clear our mind and get to the heart of our concerns. It can help us draw closer to God.
My question. Why? Why do we have to suffer physically? (I know the theologically correct answer to this. Doesn't mean I can't ask!)
Matthew 7: 7-8) "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened."
Seek God, let the questions draw you closer to Him!
So what would you ask?