Good morning people who accept limited knowledge and lots of questions
You won’t always understand. It won’t always make sense. It won’t always be fair. There won’t always be answers.
If you are told differently to this, I think that is dangerous because it sets us up for disappointment.
Joseph must have had many questions in the pit, in Potiphar’s house and in prison. As did David running for his life from Saul. I’m sure Daniel didn’t understand looking at those lions, nor did Shadrach, Meshach or Abednego looking at the flames. Job would have had many questions having had lost everything. Esther probably had questions about being taken from her family, as did Paul and Silas about being put in prison. Jesus Himself no doubt struggled Himself at times with many afflictions and difficulties.
In all of these people’s lives, they focused on God despite unanswered questions and a lack of understanding.
Proverbs 3:5 NIV Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding.
Don’t seek answers – seek God.