Category Archives: Monday’s Questions for God

Not Expected (Monday’s Question for God)

  A new year brings thoughts of change. We like to start with a clean slate with plans to be a better person. We might even feel like the new year is a chance to be “reborn”. The problem comes … Continue reading

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God Who?

When we last left Moses in Exodus 3, he was questioning God’s choice of a deliverer. God’s answer left more questions. Understandable. If you were out in the desert working and a voice from a burning bush started talking to … Continue reading

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Who Me?!?

This week’s question for God from the Bible takes us to the third chapter of Exodus. Here Moses encounters God in a bush that is on fire, but doesn’t burn up. God identifies Himself as the God of Moses’ ancestors: … Continue reading

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Obedience is Better Than…

Sometimes God asks a question first to stimulate action or bust someone out of their rut. In 1 Samuel 16, after the story of Saul not obeying God and being rejected as Israel’s king, the Lord basically asks Samuel the … Continue reading

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How, God?

Everyday┬áin my daily Bible readings last week someone was asking God some question, and the answer God gave taught me something. I’ve decided I want to explore that a bit and share it on Mondays. We’ll call this “Monday’s Questions … Continue reading

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