Is it right to question God?


Is God fair? Can He be trusted? Are you disappointed with God? Does He make sense?

Questioning God is marketable. A number of books have become best selling titles by questioning God.

One book, Disappointment With God, ironically offered a 100% money back guarentee for those disappointed with the book! Gratefully, many of the books using these titles (the above mentioned included) help people better understand God.

But the marketing power of such titles is revealing.

It’s nothing new, of course, for people who believe in God to question Him. Many examples can be found in the Bible. God invites people to look to Him for wisdom, grace and peace when faced with trials (James 1:5; Heb. 4:16Phil. 4:6-7). We are specifically instructed to “cast our care on Him,” because “he cares for us” (I Pe. 5:7).

Yet God’s invitations are…

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