7 edition of Questions I"d Like to Ask God (Poetry of the Soul) found in the catalog.
February 1, 2004
by Howard Books
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||68|
I am developing a Questions from God website and would like to quote some of the comments I’ve received from this blog and your e-mails. Please let me know if you prefer that I not use your comments online for public viewing. We have looked at all the questions from God in the first five books of the Bible (Pentateuch) and the book of Job. The 6 Key Questions People Ask about God. Here are the 6 main questions people ask and the short answer to each question: 1. Is God real? The simple answer to this is "Yes, and He's given pointers to His existence all over the universe." Psalm says, The heavens declare the .
In Genesis, the first book of the Bible, we find that God created mankind in His image Genesis This means that we are more like God than we are like anything else (any other life form). We also find that before mankind fell into sin and the curse of sin came upon the earth, the following things were true: 1. God made man a social creature. What question would you ask God? I was naive enough to raise that question in my class at the county jail. These guys; felons, addicts, forty year old high school drop-outs, had some remarkable insights about who a believable god should be – and what He should be able to do – and how – or whether – it mattered that anything like God.
These are all honest questions, the kind we all ask in times of trouble. We should note that Habakkuk is an utterly honest man who, when he has doubts, does not hesitate to tell them to the Lord. He doesn’t cover up his doubts with pious sayings nor does he rush to give glib answers. He answers the only question he can answer, and he waits. Sometimes we think that God exists merely to answer our questions when we are in trouble or perplexed. Quite often we become very upset when the answer is not this book, it will be God asking the questions and waiting for an answer. How each person responds to the questions asked is of enormous importance.
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Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Recently, someone asked me if I knew how many questions God asked Job. I wasn’t sure, and couldn’t find a definitive answer so I did a little homework.
We find the questions that God asked Job in the book of Job, chapters 38 through I counted 66 question marks, so there are at least 66 questions. Transformation comes from questions, not answers. We often look to the Bible as the book of answers. How often, though, do we consider the challenging questions God asks.
Hudson notes that Jesus was asked questions in the Gospels but directly only answered three/5(30). So when you ask God questions it is up to you to first to search the scriptures for answers. We should search the scriptures for answers because God has preemptively answered every question about general life and Godliness that you can ever possibly think of.
Parents know that kids ask amazing and often difficult questions about God, faith, heaven, and the Bible. Using the thoughtful answers in Questions Kids Ask about God, parents will not be left at a loss for words.
This resource from the Heritage Builders, a ministry of Focus on the Family, is a compilation of the best-selling Questions Kids Ask series and includes key verses, notes /5(33).
God does not answer their questions about Job's guilt or innocence, but rather speaks about the created order and contrasts what God can do with what humans are able to do. Analysis All through the book, Job had been hoping for an audience with God. He wanted some answers directly from the Almighty.
Our questions for God are often numerous—but have we deeply considered the questions that He asks us. Because God is all-knowing, His questions in Scripture can be easy to pass over as we read and study; after all, He already has the answers, right.
But what if His reason for questioning us isn’t to discover something new, but to challenge us to consider the state of our own hearts. The book of Ecclesiastes is yet another book in which the author (traditionally Solomon) asked difficult questions about life and sought to find the answers to them through various methods.
In the end, the conclusion is given to "Remember also your Creator in the days of your youth" (Ecclesiastes ) and to "Fear God and keep his commandments. The simple answer is that we should have questions and we should take them to God.
However, we should ask questions because our hearts yearn to know God better and to understand His will and ways. We should go to God with our questions, before doubts set in. God in His grace has been revealing Himself to man ever since the beginning.
People often look to the Bible for answers, but Trevor Hudson notes that there are also questions God asks - questions that provide a starting point for a deep dialogue between God and human beings. In Questions God Asks Us, Hudson points to five questions posed by God the Father in the First Testament and five questions posed by Jesus - God the Son - in the Second Testament.
Thinking correctly about God is of utmost importance because a false idea about God is idolatry. In PsalmGod reproves the wicked man with this accusation: “You thought I was altogether like you.” To start with, a good summary definition of God is “the Supreme Being; the Creator and Ruler of all that is; the Self-existent One who.
Answer: God is a spirit (John ), and so His appearance is not like anything we can describe. Exodus tells us, “You cannot see my face, for no one may see me and live.” As sinful human beings, we are incapable of seeing God in all His glory. His appearance is utterly unimaginable and too glorious to be safely perceived by sinful man.
You have to ask God to clothe you with the “garment” He provides for you. You do this by relying on Christ’s righteousness alone to validate you before God. The New Testament calls this “justification by faith” (Gal)—that through faith in Jesus, God views. “The book answers a lot of questions, shares the gospel, and the idea of getting a gift leaves a good impression, which increases visitor return rates.” Hal Seed.
Revised and Updated in Order The God Questions Gift Edition Today. Books $ Each 25 Pack $ ($ Each). Some of these are one-a-day questions; others could be asked several in succession.
Decide according to your preference. You can ask these questions over a forty day period, ten days, or in a single setting, depending on whether you want to spread out the self-examination, or go for the cumulative effect.
Most of these questions have already been answered within the pages of his Holy Book. A survey in USA Today reports the most popular questions people would like to ask God. Most of these questions have already been answered within the pages of his Holy Book.
Jackson, Wayne. "Questions for God." Access date: May The God Questions Gift Edition can be quickly read by those seeking answers to spiritual questions. Empower members to give this book to friends and family members, to help reach them for Christ.
The page book features color pages with illustrations, charts and clear-cut answers to key questions:Is God Real?Is the Bible True?Do All Roads Lead to Heaven?How Can a Good God Allow SufferingThe.
7. James If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you.
But when you ask, you must believe and not doubt, because the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea, blown and tossed by the wind.
Philippians Do not be anxious about anything, but in every. challenged, and blessed by this innovative book. Michael Farris, author, founder of Patrick Henry College and HSLDA I want to thank Israel Wayne for writing this book, Questions God Asks.
I found this book to be challenging and encouraging. Through the questions in this book, you will have a better understanding of the faithfulness of our Lord. The God Ask book.
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It doesn' /5(86). Question: Is this really God? Answer: This answer is provided by automatic email to everyone who posts a question and opts to enter a valid email address where always, the choice is yours. Question: How come someone who is a bad person throughout their whole life and claim they are a believer get to go to heaven if they ask for forgiveness.
This person i.Questions I'd Like to Ask God. likes. Our goal is to have a real conversation about the questions Christians and non-Christians want to ask about an all powerful God, but are afraid to ask.But if you had the chance, would you want to ask God a question?
Whether about you personally or the world in general, what question you would ask Him if you knew He would answer it? Often when we’re dealing with a challenge or when we’re standing at a crossroads, not knowing which way to turn, it’s tempting to wish God would just tell us.