As promised, Part II of “Stop Asking So Many Questions.”

Psalm 119:130, “The unfolding of your words gives light; it gives understanding to the simple.”

In my 52 Weeks, 52 Changes Quest, I am making a very significant change: Stop Asking So Many Questions. As I share in this vlog, questions are good. One huge sign of growth is to ask questions.
But sometimes, we ask too many questions. Sometimes, they get in the way of God’s movement. Sometimes, He wants us to shut up (excuse my language) and be still (Psalm 46:10). Sometimes, we
need to let the answers unfold. Author Albert Haase says it this way:

“God knocks on the door of the sacred moment as it unfolds before us.
Unfortunately, we are often unaware of that knock until we look back
and reflect on an experience in hindsight. God’s knock can be as
soft as an intuition or a gut feeling;
it can be as loud as a need to which only we can respond.
Sometimes that knock surprises even the most spiritually attuned among us.”

Today, our fresh word comes from James 3:13-18 (NLT). Jam-packed with spiritual truths, these scriptures brought me to a new awareness: Many of my questions are selfish in nature. They involve selfish ambition.

So, in light of this, I have been examining myself a little in order to grow and mature in Christ.

Is God asking you to stop asking so many questions? To “be still and know that HE is God?” Share your thoughts with us so we can all grow!


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