[This is a guest post by author Kathy Collard Miller, a fellow member of the Advanced Writers and SPeakers Association (AWSA)]
Why does God ask questions in the Bible?
Does He need to ask questions?
For whose benefit does He ask questions?
In God’s Intriguing Questions: 40 Old Testament Devotions, husband and wife team, Larry and Kathy Collard Miller share insights from examining 40 questions God asks in the Old Testament. Their goal is to help you unearth a fascinating spiritual exploration of who God is, in all the amazing aspects of His nature—His love, grace, faithfulness, mercy, kindness, wisdom, and so many other incredible pure qualities. He desires to draw us into more intimate connection with Him by learning the truth about Him. Then we will seek Him more, trust Him more, and obey Him more often.
People are saying:
“As those who minister to marriages, we know the value of asking questions. The Millers help us identify God’s unique and powerful way of involving the hearts of others through questions. God’s Intriguing Questions invites both individuals and couples to explore the Bible in a new, thought-provoking way.”
—Bill and Pam Farrel, Co-directors of Love-Wise and authors of 50 plus books including bestselling Men Are Like Waffles, Women Are Like Spaghetti
“As we meditate on God’s questions in the Bible, and also on the way he acts following a person’s response, he invites us to see his work in our lives. God’s responses help us identify the problems in our lives, broaden our vision, and shift our perspective to a plan we cannot initially see and a power at work in and through us. All of God’s questions remind us God draws near and cares about our circumstances and our feelings. He asks in order to answer.
“Through each of these daily questions, ask God to help you answer his questions, giving your life purpose and meaning beyond your daily run of the mill activities. Ask him to reveal his plan and power even in deep sorrow or jubilant joy. As you make your way through this life-giving book, listen carefully to God’s ultimate question for you: What are you doing here?”
–Erica Wiggenhorn, Speaker & Author of Unexplainable Jesus: Rediscovering the God You Thought You Knew
[God’s Intriguing Questions | Available on Amazon]