I don't understand this concept AT ALL. It makes no sense. Someone in another question replied that the bible says you are not to question God, you are just to have faith. SO....my question is:
If the president of the US came on TV and said "I am going to do a bunch of things right now that you wont understand or maybe even agree with, but you MUST take it on faith that I know better what is good for this country than you do!" Would you believe him wholeheartedly? Or would you be skeptical and want more info? Do you think it's wise to follow a leader like this, without questioning whether he has your best interest in mind?
(Lets PLEASE not make this an Obama debate....pretend the president is not Obama or anyone else, pretend he's someone you voted for and like. Please? LOL)
OK We do have free will. We can Question. Sometimes an answer come sometimes it doesn't right away. When you question and seek you learn. The problem is there are many who listen to men or women who have no clue of what they are talking about. Yes all the answers are in the Bible but it take years to learn to tear apart to cross reference. It helps to have other sources. Use your own mind the one God gave you, Don't just take what one person says as the gospel truth look to see what others have found. If it makes perfect sense then it's true, don't just blindly follow. Faith alone is not enough. Be it God or man.
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