My wife yelled at me the other day.
She said you have to stop asking the question, “Who hurt you?”
I stole this question that was once uttered by Kelly on the best show of all time - The Office.
I ask this question to someone in jest, when others say things that are just, in my opinion, ridiculous.
So I need some new questions to ask. And I think I have some.
Before I give you the questions, let me say this:
Questions, not statements, invite life.
And in a world that seems to have lost all sense of any grounded-ness, questions - when they are heard, change us.
I could fill many pages of the people acting crazy and foolish over the past few months. I have actually never experienced such a viral movement of anger, angst, hypocrisy, lies, and plan evilness that has flowed freely.
Therefore, these questions, if you have ears to hear them, will ground you:
All of these questions can be found in God’s written and recorded word, aka His voice:
Do you want to be well?
Who is your neighbor?
Is your anger a good thing?
Ask the questions.
Seek the answers.
Knock on the door of the new.
Grace and Peace,