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Someone Like You … might have questions

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“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened.”
- Matthew 7:7-8

Oftentimes, faith begins with a single question. “Who is God?” or “What is life all about?” or  “Is this all there is?” or “How do I get to heaven?” or “Why would God allow that to happen?” The list of questions we have might be long. But perhaps a question is the best place to start when it comes to God.

In our culture there is an illogical phrase that has become almost normal. So normal that many people actually believe it to be accurate. The phrase is, “My truth … your truth.” People can definitely disagree about what they believe. That’s human and it will always be the reality. But the idea of multiple versions of truth is as nonsensical as saying “water is fire to me” or “snow is molten lava”. We simply cannot have a reality where water is fire. And we cannot find that both snow and molten lava are one and the same.

It must be one or the other.

That is the same with truth. Truth is called truth because it is absolute. I might stare at a fireplace and think I’m seeing rain falling atop the logs. I might actually see it because of some medical or psychological condition. But that would not make it true. Likewise, I could not walk through crunchy fresh-fallen snow and convince myself my feet are burning from molten lava.

This is why questions are good.

Here we are talking about questions that have a single answer. In a crowd of people, questions like “How are you?” or “What do you think?” or “What do you believe?” can have an endless number of answers. But questions about God cannot. For instance, according to the Bible, questions like “Is there a God?” or “Is there a Heaven and a Hell?” can only be answered one way: “Yes.”

This is based on the Bible being absolutely true. Some people may answer those questions with “No.” They would say that their truth is that there is not a God and there is no Heaven or Hell. One thing we know for sure is that these responses cannot ALL be true. Someone is right in this sense, and someone is wrong.


The next question is what will you base the truth on? Will you base it on your thoughts and opinions? The cultural tendencies and trends? What a friend told you? Your college professors?

Each of us must find true answers to these basic questions, and each of us should then anchor our lives on the truth.

Seekers who ask these questions are looking for truth. Not my truth or your truth. Just truth. Something that provides a plumbline, a true North for the culture we are living in today. Something that is what it is. Actual truth.

With that in mind, in Someone Like You, London Quinn admits to her best friend Dawson Gage that she has questions about God. She says this after asking Dawson about church. “How was it?” She is clearly uncomfortable as she asks. But she knows this much: Dawson’s answers will be from the Bible.

If you have questions, first ask yourself what source do you trust for the answers. Questions about God are good, like Dawson told London. But seek your answers from the Bible. Only then will the truth be based on God’s wisdom and Word. The Bible tells us heaven and earth will pass away, but His Word never will.

For Discussion: 

  • What questions have you had about God?

  • What is your source of truth?

  • Have questions about God and faith been a good thing in your life?

  • What do you believe about the Bible? Why do you believe that?

I Can Do That:

  • Journal your questions and thoughts about God.

  • If you have no questions about God, choose someone you will share this truth with?

  • If you do have questions, join a Bible-believing church and get connected to a small group. You want to find a group where your questions will be safe, and then you will, undoubtedly, find the answers you seek.

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