Eric Speir

Thrive In Your Faith and Family

10 Questions I Would Ask God

What would you ask God if you had the opportunity? Have you ever thought about this?

What would you ask?

Here are some questions I would ask God:

  1. Why was the unicorn late getting to the ark?
  2. Why is it called the funny bone because it’s not very funny when I hit it?
  3. I have always thought that children are your way of humbling parents. Is this true?
  4. Did you really make the cockroach and call it “good”? Seriously?
  5. Do angels have chores to in Heaven?
  6. What do you do on your day off?
  7. What do people in China call their good dishes?
  8. Are the Saints your favorite football team?
  9. Do you have a last name?
  10. Why did you include the book of Numbers in the Bible? It’s not an easy read!

These questions are obviously just to get you to laugh and to get you thinking. But on a serious note, what would you ask God if you had the opportunity? Are you facing something right now that you need an answer? Do you need the Lord’s direction in your life for an important decision? Do you need some perspective in a situation that you are dealing with?

What would you ask God? What do you need to know right now? I have some good news for you! He’s waiting for you to ask him. In fact, he’s looking for someone to spend time with him? The Bible reminds us in James 4:8, “Come near to God and he will come near to you.” The key is that we have to come toward him in prayer.

He also says that if you need wisdom to make a decision, then all you have to do is ask! He says through James, “If any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him.”

I challenge you to write down some questions and ask him. You might be surprised by what he says.

Question: What are some ways that you can meet with God? What would you ask God?

About Eric

I'm a pastor, writer and serial encourager. I like to help people to grow in their relationship with God. I live outside of Atlanta, GA. I've written a book, Stubborn Faith: 30 Day Devotional Guide For New Growth. It's available for download on Amazon. Feel free to follow me on Twitter at @ericspeir

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5 Replies

  1. I have been getting up earlier so I can take time to spend with God before work. Most of the time its in my home office or in the car while driving.

    A situation which recently came up(can’t go into details about it) has been leading me to ask God what his plans are in all of this. Through it though my faith, trust, and reliance in Him has grown.

    Great post!

    1. Eric

      Thanks Dan. That’s good to hear that you are growing. When I had to drive to Atlanta every day I used my car as my prayer closet. I figured it was better to pray than to commit road rage!

      1. So true, praying is better than road rage. I turn my car into a devotional and personal growth time. If I was not doing this I know would become more frustrated with some of these California drivers. Which would make me need to repent each time I get home.

        have a great weekend!

  2. Like you said, ask God for wisdom and he will answer. It’s amazing what he says when you get silent for a little while and listen.

    1. Eric

      The problem is that most of us don’t want to slow down long enough to listen.

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