Questioning God – Body and Mind, Unity

“Then Moses turned to the LORD and said, “My Lord, why have you abused these people?
Why did you send me this? Ever since I first came to Pharaoh to
speak in your name, he has abused these people. And you’ve done absolutely
nothing to rescue your people.””
Exodus 5:22-23 CEB
Is Moses giving God tongue-lashing? Moses is asking God why he was sent to
save the Israelites when He thinks God has done nothing.
I have, on the odd time, questioned God on what’s going on in the World. I have
questioned Him in my thoughts that I thought were fine but was told through
Spirit they are not. The best example I can think of is when I see a pretty woman
and think to myself how beautiful they are. I am not thinking in terms of
sexuality (or at least I don’t think I am), but inside I hear that I have sinned. I ask
God, how did I sin? All I seem to get is “don’t get lippy, you sinned” so I
Then I always remember these passages:
“My plans aren’t your plans, nor are your ways my ways, says the LORD. Just as
the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways,
and my plans than your plans. Just as the rain and the snow come down from
the sky and don’t return there without watering the earth, making it conceive
and yield plants and providing seed to the sower and food to the eater, so is my
word that comes from my mouth; it does not return to me empty. Instead, it
does what I want, and accomplishes what I intend.”
Isaiah 55:8-11 CEB
I suppose I must remember I know very little yet I have been taught to be a
critical thinker. Trust is everything with God. Yes, if it was up to me, the world
would be different. However, if I had God’s wisdom, I would leave anything
alone. Sigh, got it...don’t get lippy!

by Kent Brosh a Kawaiaha’o Blog Contributor

Alberta, Canada

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