When You Don’t Have All the Answers (And Why That’s OK)

March 13, 2014 | 3 comments

silentdoubts
What if you knew it was okay to come to God with your questions?

And what if your children and grandchildren knew that it was okay to come to you with theirs?

We’re asking our questions over at BibleGateway.com, one of my favorite places online when I’m looking for answers. I’m delighted to be guest-posting there this week. Will you join me there?

by | March 13, 2014 | 3 comments

3 Comments

  1. Pat Baer

    How absolutely appropriate this powerful message is sitting on BibleGateway’s website. I love it! Thanks for being who you are – real, relevant and completely preapproved.

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  2. lindalouise

    What a joy to see you there Jennifer. I, too, ran from the questions – thinking it would somehow make God angry. I have found He is just like you are with Lydia – easy to talk to, always accepting, far from angry. Such love.

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  3. Betty Draper

    This is such a sweet post Jennifer. The exchange between you and your daughter will stay with her the rest of her life. She will tell her children how she use to ask questions all the time and how her mommy was very wise. Glad I stopped by…

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