Emotions are what help to build our character and develop our moral fiber, but our emotions and questions about God are hard to deal with. In fact, many people don’t want to admit that they have questions to begin with.
The big question is “Does God exist?”
Then we have to ask, Why does He do what He does from time to time?
Finally, Just how does little insignificant me fit into his game plan?
This is not going to be one of those books that tries to prove to you “God exists.” Or that, on the other hand, “God doesn’t exist.” I am going to explore both sides of the equation in the hopes that it will help you with questions you may have.
I am going to try to help steer your mind and body in the direction that is most comfortable and desirable for you and just possibly make some sense out of the events in your life, while at the same time answering quite a few questions.
Each of us has spent many years dealing with God and the questions that surround Him. The questions are endless:
Who is God?
Where is God?
What is God?
How do I get to talk to God?
Why don’t you answer me when I talk to you?
And there are so many more. But sometimes, asking a question is the best way for us to find the answers to other questions we may have. So be prepared to answer some difficult questions as you go through this book. And also find some surprising answers!
I liked the summation of God and our spiritual relationship and life vs material items. It covered the many questions we have of God and our relationship after we accept God as our savior. Introducing family history and the chapters on your flying were a nice touch and interesting. Writing style was easy to follow and understand.
Jamison Byars—Crossville, Tn.
This book was very thought provoking. I have never doubted God, but this book made me question many things about him. Great reading. It grabs you in the very beginning. Read it.
Bill Isaly Wheeling Wv