Habakkuk 1:2-3 When I watch a movie, I like to be surprised. Nothing is more mind numbingly boring than watching a movie when you’ve figured out exactly what is going to happen and when half way through the movie. It becomes predictable and boring. On the other hand, it can get confusing when a movie throws you one curveball after another to the point where you have no clue what exactly is going on in the storyline. The best movies, in my opinion, are when you pretty much know what will happen, but you have no clue how or when it will happen. This is kind of how faith works. Many people believe that you should have no doubts or questions when it comes to your faith in God. They think you should be 100% sure of every detail of what you believe every second of every day. But, in God’s opinion, we can express both faith and have questions at the same time. We don’t have to fret and worry that, if we start asking questions of God or our faith, that we have completely turned our back on God. But, God welcomes our questions. In fact, it’s through our questions and doubts when God asks us to trust more heavily on Him. God is a big God and can handle any question we may have. Don’t feel guilty for having doubts about various aspects of what you believe. If you are genuinely seeking the truth, it will not only not derail it, but it will probably strengthen your faith in God.]]>