October 5, 2019

Ecclesiastes 6:10-12; Isaiah 55:8-9; 1 Corinthians 3:18-23

There are some questions without answers
One of my favorite Bible Study lessons I’ve taught over the years is a lesson on the reasons why we doubt the existence of God. One of my points says we often try to fit our infinitely wise and creative God into the confines of our tiny little brains as if it to say, “If I can’t understand it, it just cannot be.”

As students of the Bible, there is a multitude of knowledge to be gained by allowing the Holy Spirit to move in our lives to open our eyes to new truths we’ve yet to see in the Scriptures. But no matter how hard we study, there will always be more questions. Solomon, Isaiah, and Paul all write about the folly of human wisdom. Each concluded that our ignorance should encourage us to live by faith in God. After all, we don’t live on explanations; we live on God’s promises.