Do we ask questions that we already know the answer to, hoping to find a loophole or exception for ourselves?
While not every question has to be answered, some of them are important for us to find correct answers to
Sometimes, it's not enough to take something that the Bible says as just a verse or two. The context may teach us much more, if we keep asking questions.
Stuck with a challenging question? There is one who knows all of the answers, and who is available for us to ask.
While we struggle with difficult questions, what if the really important answer was readily available?
Do you ever have a nightmare that you're in front of the class, and you don't know the answers?
If age does not automatically produce maturity, what should we do when we realize that we (or others) need to grow up, spiritually?
Have you ever thrown out a random question just to keep the conversation away from an uncomfortable (but perhaps important) topic?
When our view is distorted and clouded, how do we gauge what is straight and what is crooked?
When is a follower of Jesus like a hedgehog?
Even those with great faith in God asked Him questions from time to time. We shouldn't be afraid to do the same.
While we don't always get all of the answers right away, there is good precedent to ask God the hard questions that are on our heart.
Just as parents sometimes have to provide suggested answers for their children to give in specific situations, God provides us direction and guidance for the right words in a specific situation, also.
We are challenged to have an answer for what we hope in, but sometimes that can be a little intimidating.