There are so many lingering questions about the Bible in people’s minds – even today. There are just some things that can never be answered regarding the Bible. They say it’s a mystery. Some say it’s an impossibility. I say I know the answer. But will you be able to accept it?
This entry was inspired by my usual walk to the place where I swim laps. During those walks I get a lot of time to think.
When I was younger I had so many sets of questions in my mind about the Bible. Questions like:
“How about the other people who are in remote parts of the world?”
“How about the babies who aren’t able to decide and comprehend about Christianity yet?”
“How about the people in the world before Christ?”
And the questions went on and on… It was literally endless.
This world we live in makes the questions endless as the generations pass us by and as history writes out our lives. A lot of my friends here and there talk to me about the questions running in their heads about the Bible. As I’ve said in my recent post, there is no one knock-down argument. But there is an answer.
The question is, if I tell you the answer, will you be able to accept it? Will you be able to even consider it? Will you keep on searching why it is the answer?
There will always be Biblical mysteries. Just as there will always be mysteries here on Earth and in our lives. And when my friends ask me the most unanswerable Biblical questions they have, this is what I tell them: The answer is Faith. Faith in God.
The moment you develop faith in God that’s when you try to know Him more and see the questions in a different light. The moment you believe He exists and the more you get to know Him, the more you realize that the questions don’t really matter.
Unless you accept faith as the answer to your questions, you will never run out of ‘em.