The Power of Doubt
But doubt is part of our lives for a reason, most notably so that we don’t accept everything we’re told without questioning, and if you are doubting something about God, it’s good to admit it — to yourself, to God; you don’t have to announce it to the panicky people drinking bad coffee in the back of the hall — and ask Him to walk you through it.
Because, ultimately, we want to trust in a good, loving, compassionate God who is all powerful, all knowing, and all wise. The alternative — that we’re pretty much stuck with circumstances as they hit us in the face, here, and that in the afterlife things will look kind of the same, with some people having so much more and others, like us, having so much less — is something we can’t accept.
And we shouldn’t.
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