index:BIBLEREADPLAN1 June10 Questions beyond man's answers. When considering the Bible people often discuss the answers presented by the Bible and rightfully so. When people consider science or other religions answers are weighed as well. There is another realm of consideration however often missed, the realm of profound questions. There are questions presented in the Bible that few if any secular sources brave to bring up let alone resolve. Today alone we are faced with questions as to why isn't an Assyrian king satisfied with his own considerable kingdom? Why must he always expand hi s reign? Why does it take so much effort to produce good and so little to destroy it? Why are even good leaders tested? Where do the trusted and empowered of such revivals hide to in the absence of such leaders? Why do the son's rebel so frequently against the goodness and the establishments of their fathers but not their evils? Why does momentum for good turn so quickly? What does it take to sustain goodness? Why is a bad person that turns to good is still remembered for his bad and not his good? How would we really react if confronted by extreme intimidation and fear. Is Jesus our king because we have been told so or because we have determined such on our own? And given all of this, what is the nature of truth? Not bad for a day's reading hey?
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